League Of Legends Dev Reveals Spin-Offs Convergence And Ruined King (VIDEO)
This year’s The Game Awards proved to be quite the interesting spectacle, with the show providing heartfelt outlets for former Nintendo exec Reggie Fils-Aimé and gamers around the world which also showing off loads of new and upcoming games for the masses. League of Legends developer Riot Games was certainly no slouch regarding the announcement of new titles, proving once again that the studio has every intention of earning the ‘s’ at the end of its name.
Riot Games revealed two brand new games during The Game Awards 2019. Both Ruined King and Convergence were revealed in separate trailers, with both titles being considered as a spin-off to League of Legends. Ruined King is a single player game in development between Riot and Airship Syndicate, the latter of which is known for Darksiders Genesis. Check out the trailer below:
Convergence, on the other hand, is looking to tell a decidedly different story. Announced as a single-player platformer, Convergence: A League of Legends Story is being developed by Double Stallion Games and features none other than veteran League champion Ekko, who can undo time, as he explores Zaun to unravel its secrets. The trailer for Convergence can be seen below:
Neither title currently has a release date, though we’ll likely learn more about both games as we head into the new year. League of Legends is free-to-play on PC, with a mobile version coming next year.
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