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LoL: Riot Games announce Riot Forge, a third-party game publisher

LoL: Riot Games announce Riot Forge, a third-party game publisher

After the many announcements made during the 10th anniversary of League of Legends, Riot Games announces the launch of Riot Forge, a video game publishing label that will become part of the LoL universe.

LoL: Riot Games announce Riot Forge, a third-party game publisher

This year was marked by the 10th anniversary of League of Legends and the many announcements Riot Games made. Legends of Runeterra, Arcane, Project L, F & A... the studio has a plethora of new features for us in the coming years.

In parallel, Riot Games have announced the creation of Riot Forge, a video games publishing label for third-party developers. In short, independent developers will work in parallel with the studio to create unique games that will extend the League of Legends universe.

These new games will be developed on different platforms and in different genres, but always in the spirit of the announcements made during the 10 years of LoL in order to bring new experiences that will be integrated into the LoL universe.

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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, VP of IP and Entertainment at Riot Games in a press release. "There are so many talented game studios around the world that have exceptional experience and craft skills in all areas of game development, and we are really excited to work together to bring the LoL IP to new game experiences."

Several projects are already in development and will aim to enhance the League of Legends universe for players around the world. The new and innovative gaming experiences awaiting players will complement the various games announced by Riot Games during the special edition of Riot Pls, on the occasion of LoL's 10th anniversary.

If you want to know more, go to the official website

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