Riot Opens League Of Legends To Third-Party Spin-Offs

Ruben Fields
December 6, 2019

Riot Games is letting other developers use its characters and worlds to create original League of Legends games. "When they're a little further along, we'll announce the games that they are making". Riot Forge is a game publisher rather than a game developer. Riot didn't explain what developers it would be working with, but it did say that Riot Forge would "focus on developing completable game experiences, while complementing the live service games being developed internally by Riot Games". With Riot Forge, not only will we get new games from Riot itself, but a multitude of devs, each with their own creative style. More Champions are coming to League as we speak, and a ton of games are in the pipeline. The team wants to make sure that each game is "designed with the right platform in mind for the best possible player experience".

The games are created to be "memorable experiences", taking League of Legends fans down different storylines in the game and exploring different sides to everyone's favorite champions. Multiple titles are already in development, according to the company. There is expected to be an reveal of the first game published by Riot Forge at the Game Awards on December 12.

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"We are always looking for new ways to bring the World of Runeterra and its champions to new and existing audiences around the world", said Greg Street, vice president of intellectual property and entertainment at Riot Games.

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