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Riot Games has reclaimed its ‘s’ in a big way by announcing a massive spread of new games last week. One of the biggest surprises was Project A, an FPS which looks at first glance like a cross between Overwatch and Counter-Strike. But the studio is keen to make sure you know this is not a hero shooter, and that the real emphasis is on tactics.
League of Legends might just be the biggest game in the world – at the very least, it’s in the conversation among the industry’s most astronomical titans. Riot recently reported that League of Legends player count is regularly reaching eight million concurrent users, and one of the best free PC games has sucked up more player hours than the total length of human history.
The best players in League of Legends really do not want to play against Pantheon. The champion got a substantial retooling earlier this year, and since the Pantheon rework he’s been in a very good place – perhaps too good, as the stats from the League of Legends World Championships imply. Pantheon’s Worlds ban rate has been 100% so far.
Riot Games wants to effectively eliminate all the things that make online shooters frustrating, and the company has brought in some of the industry’s top talent in order to make exploits like ‘peeker’s advantage’ a thing of the past with its upcoming FPS, Project A.
The special League of Legends tenth anniversary stream was last night, and it brought with it a ridiculous number of announcements from developer Riot Games – including an Overwatch-like competitive shooter, a Diablo-like open-world RPG, and confirmation of the League of Legends mobile game – now called Wild Rift – amongst others.
In a flurry of Riot Games announcements, it has been revealed that a new version of League of Legends will be landing on mobile and console sooner than you think. Wild Rift will be a reworked version of the famous 5v5 MOBA, optimised for mobile, and “not a port of the PC game” will have limited alphas and betas rolled out by the end of the year, with plans to fully arrive on most platforms and regions by the end of 2020.
It was the big tenth anniversary celebratory stream for League of Legends last night, and it brought with it a selection of exciting announcements by developer Riot Games. There was confirmation of the League of Legends mobile game that has long-suspected to be in-development, as well of news of a tactical shooter that looks like Overwatch meets Counter-Strike.
During the special 10th anniversary stream for League of Legends last night, developer Riot Games had a few surprise announcements to make. It was nice to finally get confirmation of the League of Legends mobile version, now called Wild Rift – but the biggest announcement was that Riot is working on a brand new game, codenamed ‘Project A’.
We’ll soon see the next few League of Legends champions, and after a bunch of leaks and tiny teases, Riot has put out a slightly more substantial video with some strong hints that the next original character will be Senna. The teaser comes just before next week’s planned champion roadmap, which is set to properly unveil the next three new champions for League.