Riot Games reveals League of Legends digital card game Legends of Runeterra

Ruben Fields
October 16, 2019

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Riot Games has showcased the first footage of "Project L", the new fighting game now in development by Radiant Entertainment that it first teased back at EVO 2019. Now we're learning that Riot is developing a bunch of new games, including a shooting game, a fighting game, a card game called Runeterra, and an open-world game, the latter three taking place in the League of Legends universe. You'll find that Riot mixed familiar elements with the new, though, including the use of a 5v5 map that's based on LoL's largest map Summoner's Rift. We got a generous amount of gameplay footage for an unnamed project still early in development, as well as plenty of key details. The team also plans to create a tactical shooter with more creativity, more expression and more style.

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But Riot Games has also been honest with how they are putting together this new game, which is no mere PC port.

Teamfight Tactics will arrive on mobile in 2020. We don't know that for sure, but some job listings on Riot Games' website certainly makes it seem plausible. The FAQ page for Legends of Runeterra is expansive and detailed, even diving into the risky waters of paid transactions. Legends of Runeterra will offer players multiple options to acquire cards, "including both robust free-to-play options and the ability to directly purchase any card with either earned or paid currency", says the developer.

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