It’s been a long time since Riot Games went from being just the developer of League of Legends to launching a series of other games on the market, both MOBA derivatives like Hextech Mayhem and Ruined King, as well as new franchises like Valorant.
Apparently, yet another League of Legends spin-off title may be on the way.
Despite not being officially announced by Riot Games yet, the game Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story has been spotted on a body that publishes age ratings in South Korea, which could indicate that the launch is close.
According to the record, Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story is an action game with online elements in development for PC. The game puts you in control of Sylas and the region of Dematia will also be present.
For those who follow the League of Legends lore, you know that Dematia, home to iconic characters like Garen and Lux, is a kingdom that abhors magic and known for fighting many battles against those who practice this art (which is curious, considering that Lux is one of the most powerful sorceresses in the game).
This part of League history has always been a fan favorite and many will love being able to explore more of it. It is worth remembering that during the cinematic of the beginning of the 2020 season, Riot released a video that addresses a little of this fight between the wizards commanded by Sylas and the Demacians.
In addition to the alleged Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story, Riot still plans to release the games CONV/RGENCE: A League of Legends Story, based on an adventure by Ekko through the subferia of Zaun, and Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story. Both games will be published under the Riot Forge label, which sees Riot partnering with smaller studios to develop the projects.
Among other projects derived from League already confirmed by Riot, we have the fighting game Project L and an MMORPG called “Project F”, which was revealed in 2019, but which has not gained further details since then.
So, looking forward to the new games based on League of Legends?