A League of Legends spinoff title for PC and consoles is reportedly in the works.
First reported by Polygon, the leak comes from South Korea's games rating committee. According to the leak, the game is titled Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story and has been rated for PC and console.
Riot Games' New Action Game for PC – The Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story has been leaked by South Korea’s Game Ratings Committee.
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The game could apparently star Sylas on a quest to save Demacia. Demacia is one of the kingdoms in League of Legends, ands has often been depcted as a kingdom in turmoil. Sylas is a champion who was added to League of Legends back in early 2019. Also known as Sylas the Unshackled, the character's basic attack in League of Legends whirls chains around him, damaging nearby enemies.
His equipment could lend itself nicely to an action title, with chain whips evoking memories of God of War's Kratos or Castlevania's Simon Belmont. The character also uses stone and steel magic attacks, and as you level the character up, Sylas can also Hijack the powers of opponents. We'll have to wait and see what the gameplay looks like when and if it's officially revealed.
Convergence: A League of Legends Story Screens
This leaked title isn't the only League of Legends spinoff we know about. Project L is Riot's League of Legends fighting game, which rescently resurfaced with new gameplay. The fighting game will be free to play, and Riot has said the game will not reward players with NFTs. And, players are also looking ahead to Convergence: A Leageue of Legends Story launching sometime in 2023.
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