League of Legends Spin-Off Game is Coming to PC, Switch, and Netflix Gaming
Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends Story is the new game that is coming to PC, Nintendo Switch, and the upcoming gaming platform Netflix Gaming. Riot Forge, a publishing company, secondary to Riot Games, that works with independent creators that design different games of League of Legends, announced the news that Bit.Tip developer Choice Provisions is about to release a new League of Legends game.
Hextech Mayhem is a rhythm runner game, which follows Ziggs, a Yordle and Hexplosives master causing chaos all across the city. Ziggs can perform three actions. That is to stomp, to jump, and to bomb. In order for the players to pull off the moves, they have to make combinations of specific actions, so that the character remains on his route. All these take place while listening to a Riot soundtrack. The character has to beat his enemies, including Heimerdinger, who tries to take Ziggs down.
The visual and sound features of the game are super fun, not to mention engaging just like you find at the top Japanese オンラインカジノ. The colors are vibrant, and the overall appearance of the game is very entertaining and enjoyable. Also, it has different gaming modes so that the players can choose. Each mode and level has different features and characteristics, as well as props that the players can use. It is still unknown how far the game goes. But, as Mike Verdu, game development executive of Netflix, stated, the point is to create games that are enjoyable by both experienced players and newbies.
Hextech Mayhem platforms
Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends Story will be available to buy on PC and Nintendo Switch for $10 on November 16th. Moreover, it is coming on the new Netflix Games app, which rolls out on November 10 in the US. In order to access the Netflix Games app, the player must have an active Netflix subscription, in any of the streaming platform’s payment tiers. Thus, they can access for free the pool of game titles and play whichever game they want.
League of Legends on Netflix Games
This new game comes right on time for the first original animated series that takes place in the League of Legends universe, Arcane, and is coming exclusively on Netflix. The reviews are already positive. These two launches are part of the latest partnership between Netflix and Riot.
Furthermore, Netflix recently announced the integration of games to the mobile app. The first game selection was dismal. So far, the platform has only five available games that have already been released, such as Stranger Things 3: The Game. Nevertheless, the recent news shows that the new titles are far more exciting. They are exactly what a Netflix subscriber expects from the gigantic entertainment platform. Thus, the value of the Netflix subscription obtains an even bigger value.
Netflix’s arsenal is already loaded with huge titles, such as The Witcher and Castlevania. So, it is very promising that League of Legends is coming on the platform.
Other League of Legends spin-offs
For all the League of Legends enthusiasts out there, there is another release. It is the RPG Ruined King: A League of Legends Story. Riot had announced this some time ago, but it is still unknown whether it will launch on smartphones or on Netflix Gaming. Also, it does not have a release date yet. From what the gameplay footage of Ruined Kings allows us to understand, the game works in a menu-driven RPG battling mode. Also, it seems that it runs smoothly on smartphones. So, the Netflix subscribers are possibly in for a treat.