Riot Games hinting at a new potential LOL game with Among Us gameplay.

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There are 2 games currently at the top of the trending list right now. League of Legends: Wild Rift and Among Us. Both have very different gameplay mechanics, heck they aren’t even in the same game genre. And yet Riot Games, the company behind League of Legends and Valorant seems to have diabolical plans to merge the 2 titles into one brand new game.

Earlier this week, Riot made some surveys asking players if they would be interested in playing other video game genres. The catch is that these potential upcoming titles will still be based in the world of League of Legends, similar to what they’ve done to Legends of Runeterra, and the upcoming Tellstones. One particular question caught the attention of the internet. The description goes as:

“A social multiplayer game based on deduction with characters and locations from League of Legends. You will have the ability to work as a team to solve mysteries, trick other players, and explore unique locations. The gameplay would be similar to that of Among Us or Town of Salem.”

The questions are rather straightforward and quite the eye-opener. We’ve known for years that Riot is expanding the world of LOL beyond any of us could have guessed, but it seems like they’re aiming beyond those expectations and are now planning to add a LOL-based game in every currently existing game genre. That’s a pretty exciting prospect, especially for all the LOL fans around the world.

Other huge survey questions include a potential Real-Time Strategy (RTS) game where you will choose a faction, construct buildings, and train units just like Civilization and Starcraft, a turn-based RPG much like Final Fantasy and Octopath Traveler, and a 2D platformer action game like Metroid and Cuphead.

If these projects push through, Riot Games is gonna be very busy indeed. What do you think about these new potential LOL-based games? Are you interested to see more of them? Let us know! We would love to see a Final Fantasy-like RPG game with League characters forming your party, that’s for sure.

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