In a surprise move, Riot Forge launched two of its published games at the same time and while not many saw it coming, the fans are the overall winners here.
Riot Forge launched two games published by the label on November 16, 2021. Hextech Mayhem was recently announced and it was known the title would be released on November 16, 2021, but it was the other game that was released at the same time that may have caught you by surprise.
Ruined King: A League of Legends Story was announced all the way back when Riot Games celebrated LoL's 10th anniversary and fans have been waiting ever since to get their hands on it. The game is now available on PC via Steam, GOG and EGS, as well as all the modern consoles - PlayStation, Xbox and Switch devices.
The reason we didn't mention the generation of PS and Xbox the game is available on is that the same purchase will make Ruined King available on both current and last gen. For example, if you buy it for PS4, you will automatically get the PS5 upgrade as well. The same goes for Xbox One and XSX/S.
Hextech Mayhem, meanwhile, is available on the same storefronts for PC but it's not available on consoles. Instead, you can get it on mobile via the Netflix mobile app.
Besides the aforementioned simultaneous launch, Riot Forge also revealed a featurette for Song of Nunu: A League of Legends story, which is coming in 2022 for PC and consoles.
Additionally, CONV/RGENCE is also coming in 2022 while a new game was also teased and it will take place in Demacia.