Unfortunately for the fans of Riot Games' titles, two upcoming games based on League of Legends will have to wait a bit longer before release.
Fans of League of Legends lore are not used to stories being entirely wholesome as they usually have a dark twist but the cheery nature of Nunu and Willump's friendship often outshines the negatives.
Unfortunately, the development of the game with the iconic friendship at its core ran into a hiccup as Riot has just announced it will be delayed.
Initially, Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story was slated for release at some point in 2022 but the developers will need a bit more time to polish it properly before launching it to the proverbial store shelves.
The same goes for CONV/RGENCE: A League of Legends Story which will follow the exploits of Ekko, the boy who broke time. Ironically, no one invented time travel in the future to come back to 2022 and get the development on track.
While the news that Ekko didn't manage to ult back in time is sad for the fans, it is ultimately better to have these two games released in a polished state, rather than running into a bug every step of the way.
This will be especially true if these adventures aren't all that long as bugs tend to have a more detrimental effect on smaller titles where they would take up a bigger slice of the adventure.
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