Not to be outshined by Fortnite, Riot Games has announced several games for their 10th Anniversary.
Teamfight Tactics for Mobile
TFT released this year during the rise of the Autochess genre. Despite coming out later than Steams’ Autochess, TFT is the most popular on Twitch streaming as of this article. The mobile version is cross-play so you can play competitively on the go! You can pre-register for the game now.
Legends of Runeterra
First Autochess, now card games. League of Runeterra is Riot’s new online card game. The game features factions based on Runeterra’s lore and League of Legends champions. You can play on PC and Mobile devices and will be free to download. You can watch people currently stream it for League’s 10th anniversary.
League of Legends: Wildcard
Wildcard is the mobile and console version of League of Legends. The map is still the same but controls are adjusted for mobile and console play. Some champion mechanics are changed. You can see Ashe’s Ultimate is controllable in this version. The game is currently in Alpha stages but is expected to release in 2020
League of Legends Fighting Game (Project L)
During the stream for the 10th anniversary, you can catch a brief glimpse of Riot’s new fighting game. Riot acquired Radiant Entertainment who had worked on the PC fighting game Rising Thunder. Although Riot announced it at EVO this year, this is the first screenshot of the game. There is no planned release date at this time.
Project L: Riot fighting game pic.twitter.com/qbvi0qtPAs
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Project F and Project A
Two new potential games were also shown off. A 3D dungeon crawler was Project F and Project A was a tactical shooter similar to Overwatch.