For PC and consoles, a League of Legends offshoot game is apparently under development.
The leak, which was initially reported by Polygon, came from South Korea’s games rating body. The game has been rated for PC and consoles and is called Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story, according to the leak.
Sylas might appear in the game and go on a mission to save Demacia. One of the kingdoms in League of Legends is Demacia, which has a reputation for being in disarray.
Riot Games' New Action Game for PC – The Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story has been leaked by South Korea’s Game Ratings Committee.
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Early in 2019, the champion Sylas was introduced to League of Legends. The League of Legends character, also known as Sylas the Unshackled, uses a basic strike that spins chains around him to harm enemies in the area.
His gear would go very well with an action game, with chain whips bringing to mind Simon Belmont from Castlevania or Kratos from God of War. As the character levels up, Sylas can now Hijack the powers of opponents in addition to using stone and steel magic assaults. When, if, and how the gameplay is officially released, we’ll have to wait and see.
There are other League of Legends spinoffs that we are aware of besides this rumored title. Riot’s League of Legends fighting game, Project L, recently made a comeback with updated gameplay.
The fighting game will be available for free, and according to Riot, players won’t receive NFTs as rewards. Additionally, players are anticipating the release of Convergence: A League of Legends Story in 2023.