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Including, and let's all take a deep breath, a League of Legends fighting game, a tactical multiplayer FPS, a card game called Legends of Runeterra, League of Legends: Wild Rift for mobile devices, Teamfight Tactics going mobile, an esports management sim, and even hinting at a possible Diablo-like action-RPG.

Now, some projects are very early in development and may take years to come out - but it's impressive non-the-less. Plus, there some big updates coming to League of Legends proper.

Here's a recap.



From the quick glimpses we can see above the still-to-be-titled tactical shooter definitely looks like Riot's answer to Team Fortress 2 and Overwatch, with its competitive card game Legends of Runeterra definitely looking to be more Hearthstone than Valve's Artifact.

Interestingly League of Legends: Wild Rift is not a port but a built from the ground up 5v5 MOBA coming to iOS, Android, and console. As per the announcement trailer below it looks to be pretty far along.



And with a twin-stick setup it could reinvigorate the MOBA genre on consoles.



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