The Game Awards showcased a further League of Legends title as a part of Riot Forge, referred to as Conv/rgence: A League of Legends Story.
This game focuses on Ekko, an inventor who has discovered easy methods to time journey again seconds at a time. Conv/rgence is one other single-player game, although this one is an motion platformer, that’ll have Ekko exploring the streets of Zaun, an undercity stuffed with air pollution and crime. The game is in improvement by Riot Forge and Double Stallion Games and will probably be launched for PC and console.
This follows an earlier announcement about Ruined King: A League of Legends Story, a single-player turn-based game set in Bilgewater.
Riot Forge is Riot Games’ new publishing brand, which is able to work with different builders to create extra games set throughout the League of Legends universe. Riot Games is already engaged on a fighting game, an action RPG, and a card game, Legends of Runeterra, in-house throughout the League universe, in addition to a brand new IP first-person shooter.