League Of Legends story alongside 'Hextech Mayhem'

Riot Games Launched Unexpectedly The Shattered King: The League of Legends Story side by side Hextech Mayhem: The League of Legends Story Which we learned was launched today. Both games are now available across a variety of platforms, with more launching in the coming weeks.

The launch of both titles was linked to the Riot Forge Nintendo Switch demo, which showed both titles, now available on Switch, along with some upcoming games from Riot’s publishing arm designed to expand the game’s reach. League of Legends IP. with launch Hextech chaos Given that it was a save of the day along with the show, many expected that he would focus primarily on it and perhaps reveal more about it. Destroyer KingWhich is what many have been anticipating since it was announced. However, few expected the game to start right away.

The Shattered King: The League of Legends Story Available now on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4, and PC via Steam, GOG.com, and the Epic Games Store for $29.99, with Xbox Series S/X and PS5 coming soon. Fortunately, the old versions are compatible with the new consoles, and all owners will get a free upgrade when the new versions arrive.

Destroyer King is a Single-player RPG developed by Airship Syndicate, the creators of Battle Chasers: Nightwar And Genesis Darksiders. It was one of the first games to be announced as part of an expansion League of Legends the universe, and as a result it was highly anticipated by League of Legends fans. Now with this surprise launch, fans can finally get their hands on it.

Of course, all this comes along with the launch Hextech Mayhem: The League of Legends StoryAvailable now on Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam, GOG.com, and the Epic Games Store for $9.99. It’s also coming to the new Netflix Gaming service soon, available at no additional cost to Netflix subscribers.

These are the first titles released from Riot Forge, with several more titles in the pipeline. After spending the better part of a decade focusing solely on League of LegendsThe developer is now branching out greatly, with the release of several new Riot developer titles such as valuation And the new titles inside League of Legends The universe of Riot Forge like these. There is also League of Legends Netflix anime Arcane which is currently being released in three parts, adding more content to the League of Legends stable.

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