Riot Forge is the new publishing label within “League of Legends” company Riot Games, partnering with other studios to create single-player and story-focused games within the same fictional universe. As well as six spin-off projects revealed in October, “League of Legends” is expanding through a selection of story-driven games made by other developers, Riot Games announced at the 2019 Comic Con Experience in Brazil.
The effort is part of a sea change at Riot that has been under way for a while. The Los Angeles company has 2,500 employees, but clearly not all of them are working on League of Legends, which after a decade still has 8 million concurrent players.
“We are humbled by our partner developers who are so passionate to work on games set in the LoL IP, which offers limitless potential with its expansive world and deep champion pool,” said Leanne Loombe, head of Riot Forge, in a statement. “We are sincerely committed to our developers’ long term success and together we aim to deliver great experiences for players of all types.” Furthermore,You can buy Cheap LOL WR Accounts at 5mmo.com by using the code “5MMO” for a 3% discount.
Riot has yet to share specific details regarding the games it’s planning to release under Riot Forge, or when they’ll be available to the public. However, there’s already a number of things to look forward to from the publisher. To celebrate League of Legends’ 10th anniversary, the company revealed that it’s been hard at work with new initiatives, many of which we’ll see released in 2020.
Perhaps the biggest those is League of Legends: Wild Rift, which sees the LoL in smartphones, tablets and consoles, so you can pretty much take the game wherever you go. Wild Rift, which is slated for a 2020 release, features ranked mode as well as a new control system for gamepads and touchscreens.