As already announced in this news, Riot Games is working on a tactical shooter of which not much is known yet, but it is not finished here. For the celebration of the ten years of League of Legends, title that will also arrive on mobile and console, Riot Games has announced a long series of projects related to the world of LoL including one animated series.
The first game announced by Riot is Legends of Runeterra. It is a free-to-play card game based on the League of Legends characters. Each character has his own style and strategy. Legends of Runeterra features alternating fights that force players to use creativity and cunning to win. Players will have more options to acquire cards, including the ability to use real money or in-game currency. Legends of Runeterra, of which you can see a trailer just below, will be published on PC and mobile devices in the 2020. You can pre-register for the game at following link.
Another title announced, and currently known only as Project L, is an 1 vs 1 fighting game set in the League of Legends universe of which nothing else is known.
We then move on to Project F, a diablo-like of which not much is known. It is at an early stage of development and will allow for "Explore and traverse the world of Runeterra with your friends".
The last project announced is League of Legends Esports Manager, which puts you in charge of managing an eSports team, for which you will be engaged in entering into new contracts with players as well as managing daily operations. The game features real eSport players from the League of Legends Pro League, but hopes to expand into other regional championships in the future. The money generated by League of Legends Esports Manager will be shared with the teams in the game.
Finally, a new champion was also announced Senna. Known by fans since its introduction into Lucian's history, it is a support that will soon arrive in the game. 10 November will be inserted in the live servers.