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- Riot Games announced several games and ports at its League of Legends 10th-anniversary celebration event.
- Card-battling game Legends of Runeterra is coming out in 2020, plus Riot Games is working on a role-playing game, fighting game, and tactical first-person shooter.
- Riot Games will also release League of Legends for mobile and consoles as League of Legends: Wild Rift, and also bring Teamfight Tactics to mobile.
At a 10th-anniversary celebration for League of Legends, Riot Games announced four new game projects, as well as mobile versions of League of Legends and Teamfight Tactics.
Legends of Runeterra is a card-battling game in the vein of Hearthstone and Artifact, and features League of Legends characters and content. It will officially release for PC and mobile in 2020, although Riot Games will have brief test periods in October and November, as well as a closed beta test in early 2020.
The company also showcased three games that do not have final titles or formal release plans just yet. “Project F” is a role-playing game and “Project L” is a fighting game, both set within the League of Legends universe, while tactical first-person shooter “Project A” will be a new property set “in a near-future Earth,” according to a Riot Games tweet.
Meanwhile, League of Legends: Wild Rift will bring a streamlined version of the original PC MOBA game to mobile and console, plus Riot Games will release a standalone version of Teamfight Tactics—the auto-battler mode added to League of Legends this past summer—for mobile. Riot Games also announced a League of Legends animated series called Arcane.
Additionally, the company announced the Riot Games Social Impact Fund, a standalone philanthropic venture fund created to make investments into charities around the world.
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