Riot's MMO has an in-depth universe to pull from, one that rivals even Azeroth and the surrounding realms from World of Warcraft. Here's a primer on what the Riot MMO's world just might look like.
Riot Games is leveraging its mega-popular IP to host a 10-week long event across three of its titles featuring its in-universe magicl girl anime tribute. The event will feature a host of new skins, a narrative experience, and the release of a new copyright-free album for streamers.
As someone who grew up in Las Vegas, Bradford was reminded why this city - and the events it can hold - can truly be special. With Amazon's Ultimate Crown event pitting MrBeast and Ninja together, Bradford looks at the event as well as how it reminds him how incredible in-person events can end up being.
Amazon is celebrating Prime Day next month in a rather big way, as the company is putting on a headliner in Las Vegas: The Ultimate Crown tournament will see two celebrity heavyweights, MrBeast and Ninja, go head to head at the HyperX Arena in a League of Legends tournament.
Riot's upcoming MMO set in the League of Legends universe is still under tight wraps, though the executive producer on the title, Greg 'Ghostcrawler' Street has pulled the veil back a bit this past weekend. When asked about the approach to group content in the upcoming MMO, Street discussed their philosophy behind this for the upcoming MMO.
Jinx, one of the most iconic champions from Riot's League of Legends, has made her way into Fortnite thanks to a new collaboration with Epic Games. Riot is also celebrating the release of its upcoming animated series Arcane by releasing multiple titles on the Epic Games Store, including the insanely popular League of Legends proper as well as a few others.
Riot's upcoming MMO just got an experienced developer to join their team, as Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz announced via Twitter he would be setting up shop working on the anticipated MMO.
Niklas breaks down MMO game design, specifically why the asymmetry of how some MMOs are built can be, in the end, a very beautiful thing.
League of Legends: Wild Rift, the League of Legends mobile game announced last year, is set to launch its open beta on March 29.
League of Legends developer Riot Games posted a recruitment portal earlier this week, as they look for experienced MMO developers to make the world of Runeterra come alive.
With Riot Games starting their latest season of League of Legends, the company announced a variety of new updates to their other League-oriented properties.
In a tweet today by Riot Games' Greg Street, VP of IP and Entertainment at the studio, the company has confirmed that its creating an MMO. Also, in the same tweet the studio confirmed they were hiring for this endeavor.
League of Legends is getting yet another character for players to sink their teeth into, this time in the form of Rell the Iron Maiden.
League of Legends: Wild Rift is set to arrive on iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro in Spring 2021. And you can catch a preview of this gameplay on October 22. Oh hey, that's tomorrow.