League of Legends MMO in Development, Riot Games Executive Announced

Riot games are being seen in MMORPG, although it was announced in an unusual way. This will be the first influx in MMO style coming from the developers behind Legend of Legends and Valuation. On Twitter, Greg Street, vice president of intellectual property and entertainment, tweeted that he was hiring for a new project that would develop League of Legends. The universe. When asked if he was an MMO, Street confirmed he would be on Twitter.

While big projects like the League of Legends MMO aren’t usually announced on a personal Twitter account, the move makes sense for the season, which has been working hard in recent years to expand its stable games outside of the League of Legends.Over the past two years, Riot has developed and published Legends R F Runetera, a competitive card game based on the Legend of F Legends universe; Competitive shooter based on the original IP, as well as Velorant.

Riot also announced Wright Forge, a publishing initiative in which Wright will work with external developers on games and other projects based on the League of Legends universe. One of his first projects is Ruined King, a turn-based LOL RPG coming to consoles and PCs in 2021.

Writing is also a fighting game that has been quietly working for many years, as well as Arcane, an animated league of legends animated TV series, like Wright was not busy enough.

IGN reached out to Riot for clarification and we were drawn to Street’s tweet. But then another league announced the Le F Legends project. Stay tuned for more updates on it in the future.

Matt TM Kim is a reporter for IGN.