Riot Games shows off LoL Esports Manager and four other projects

League of Legends Wild Rift

League of Legends Wild Rift

Riot Games, the developer behind League of Legends and Teamfight Tactics has announced they are now developing a new first-person shooter title, named at the moment as Project A. Legends of Runterra is a card game set in the League universe that features the same champions that players know and love.

The game is taking its name from the Summoner's Rift map from the PC version of the game.

Once we gain access, we'll have a game-play preview and review for you all shortly afterward, so stay tuned! If you're an Android user, you'll be notified as soon as the game releases by pre-registering here.

In terms of mobile specs, Riot says they're going to try and make the game as accessible as possible.

League of Legends, the hugely successful multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game from Riot Games, is finally coming to Android and iOS.

Riot co-founder Brandon Beck told The Hollywood Reporter: "Originally, League started off with a bunch of characters and we threw them together really quickly". Yesterday, Riot Games was able to show off a snapshot of gameplay of Project L.

The company has now launched the pre-registration system of the League of Legends: Wild Rift, both on the Google Play Store and on its official website. From the brief glimpses we got, it looks a little like Street Fighter but with its own twist.

Looking for how to play Legends of Runeterra and what the new League of Legends card game brings to the table?

One pretty interesting thing the guys at Riot are promising is that there won't be randomised card packs that players have to buy, but rather that they will have to earn and gain access to the cards in different ways.

Wild Rift has a new twin-stick control scheme and a rebuilt Rift designed for 15-18 minute games.

So here's all you need to know about this exciting new game. While it will also be available on console, Wild Rift is hoping to attract more players from the Asian regions by also coming to mobile devices.

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

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