Riot Opens third-party developers to expand on League of Legends universe

Excellent news for the 8 million or so League of Legends addicts out there: Riot Games is working on expanding the League of Legends universe with help from third-party developers.Of course, it also means that the millions of LoL players all over the world will have new things to look forward to in the coming years.

Riot Forge will focus on developing “completable game experiences,” serving players who want to engage with the League of Legends universe in different genres on various platforms, while complementing the live service games being developed internally by Riot Games that were shared during its LoL 10 Year Anniversary celebration. Riot Forge partners closely with its third party developers to ensure they are supported by Riot’s teams to create fun, compelling and unique game experiences in their own voice within the League of Legends Universe.

The first is to be shown during The Game Awards 2019, scheduled for December 12. “League of Legends” is one of the biggest games in the world, not only in terms of player numbers but also estimated playtime and its global eSports footprint. Best and Cheapest League of Legends Wild Rift Accounts For Sale – 5mmo.com.

Like the rest of the Riot Games catalog, Riot Forge titles will be set in the Runeterra universe inhabited by the characters and events of multiplayer online game “League of Legends.” Mobile version “League of Legends: Wild Rift,” auto battler “Teamfight Tactics,” and digital card game “Legends of Runeterra” were three of the six spin-offs announced in October, all three due for release on Android and iOS, as opposed to “LoL” on Mac and PC platforms; “Wild Rift” will also serve as the main title’s console adaptation.

As League enters its second decade, Riot continues to evolve the game while delivering new experiences to players with Legends of Runeterra, League of Legends: Wild Rift, Teamfight Tactics, and multiple work-in-progress titles, while exploring the world of Runeterra through multimedia projects across music, comic books, and more.