League of Legends Convergence and Song of Nunu spinoffs delayed to 2023

Convergence and Song of Nunu, two spin-off games inspired by Riot Games’ hit MOBA League of Legends, have been delayed and are now slated for release in 2023.

In a social media post, Riot Forge, the developer-focused publishing arm of Riot Games, announced the social media delay. Although they recognize that both titles have progressed well, they still need a little more time to finish. No release window outside of 2023 was given.

Developed by Double Stallion Games, Convergence: A League of Legends Story was first announced in 2019. It is a 2D action platformer that focuses on Ekko, a young inventor with a ingenious device for manipulating time.

Song of Nunu is a solo adventure from Tequila Works, the studio behind RiME. The game invites players on an adventure through the treacherous world of Freljord as Nunu, a young boy in search of his mother. Traveling alongside her is her best friend, a wise and cheerful Willump.

To date, Riot Forge has released two games that have come out: Hextech Mayhem, a single-player rhythm platformer featuring Hexplosives expert Ziggs, and Ruined King, a story-driven turn-based role-playing game.

In the same article, it was announced that the next-gen version of Ruined King will also be released in 2023. Those who already own the game on PS4 or Xbox One will be able to update their copy for free.

As a longtime League of Legends player, I loved Riot’s commitment to expanding the League of Legends universe into other genres. The truth is, not everyone appreciates the competitive nature of MOBAs. By expanding into other genres, such as action-adventure, platformers or RPGs, millions of other games can now enjoy the wonderful characters and stories that Riot has imagined. As always, we’ll keep you posted if we learn any new details.

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