Riot Games shows off LoL Esports Manager and four other projects


Riot Games, the developer of League of Legends (LoL), announced in Singapore multiple new game titles and projects in development during a global stream celebrating LoL's 10th year anniversary.

Riot Games is a company that is well-known for its iconic MOBA, League of Legends. Since the franchise is being ported to mobile platform, there will be some tweaks to the gameplay as well.

The difference from the Blizzard game lies in the way the regions affect the game: the decks are organized around the regions and up to now, Demacia, Noxus, Freljord, Piltover, Zaun, Ionia and the Shadow Islands have been announced.

On launch, it will feature 40 of the characters, which is a mere fraction of the 140 plus that you'll find in the PC version, though more will be added over time.

Legends of Runeterra (LoR) is a free-to-play strategy card game set in the world of LoL.

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There have been rumors that Riot Games plans to bring League of Legends to mobile several months ago, but the reports claimed the game will not be launched this year. They did one thing, and while they did it well, League of Legends was all they had - this is no longer the case. They're promising new information next year.

Player turns are divided into actions as opposed to full turns, meaning every time you play a card, your opponent gets a chance to play one as well, and vice versa. This allows players to build up their card portfolio quickly. It will eventually come to the App Store too, though it's not available for pre-register yet.

The new MOBA title boasts a dual-stick control scheme and a 5v5 map based on League of Legend's Summoner's Rift.

Riot is also expanding on its selection of animated character reveals with a full "League of Legends" series, "Arcane".

While there are a lot of details missing about Wild Rift, gamers should expect to see a much faster playstyle than vanilla Leauge of Legend. Also, Riot confirmed there's not going to be any sort of cross-play between PC and consoles or mobile devices.