League of Legends fans will soon be able to drop into another adventure in the world of Runeterra.
Riot Forge and Double Stallion Games announced that Convergence: A League of Legends Story will release on May 23, 2023.
The game is set to release simultaneously on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The PC version of the game will be available on Steam, GOG and Epic Games Store.
For those who didn't follow the game thus far or didn't see the trailer yet, it is a 2D action platformer where Ekko will be the main character.
The aforementioned trailer is embedded below and teases the involvement of other League of Legends characters, such as Camille, Jinx and Warwick. Some, if not all of them, will probably act as bosses and obstacles in the game.
As for Ekko, the protagonist, he is visited by himself from the future, who warns of a bleak outcome of the world's actions and is trying to prevent it from ever happening.
Unfortunately, there is currently no word on the game's pricing but it is unlikely to cost what AAA games are asking for nowadays and going by past examples, this small production will end up being way more playable than the biggest games that have been released in recent months.
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