The Runeterra universe, created by Riot Games, is now on everyone’s lips thanks to the proven Netflix series Arcane released this fall. We tested games that allow you to immerse yourself more deeply in the universe of Runeterra.
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1. League of Legends
Riot Games is the best known and most played game, of course League of Legends. The entire universe of Runeterra is derived from the League of Legend and its characters. The F2P game in League of Legends is a competitive multiplayer game played on teams of five against five, with each player taking on the role of one Champion with special abilities. The mission of both teams is to destroy the other team’s main building.
League of Legends can seem like a rather complicated game, especially for a beginner. There are currently 157 different champions in the game, each with four unique abilities. In addition, the game with a high learning curve involves a huge amount of other information. Due to the demanding nature of the game, League of Legends can still feel like a beginner even after several hundred hours of play.
On the other hand, League of Legends also rewards the game’s immersive enthusiast. It’s one of the world’s most popular esports and you can easily immerse yourself in the game for thousands of hours without feeling bored. However, the storytelling sequel to the Universe of Runeterra is hardly found in the League of Legends. Yes, short background stories have been written for each of the 157 characters, of which Arcane also draws its share, but the story content hardly extends to the game itself.
2. Legends of Runeterra
Legends of Runeterra is a multiplayer digital card game sitting in the universe of Runeterra. In Legends of Runeterra, players assemble their own decks and face each other in one-on-one matches. The goal is to get the enemy player’s life points down to zero.
In the evaluation of the cereal package, Legends of Runeterra already received a lot of praise last year. The game has since received a lot of updates, which have significantly increased the number of cards and added single-player content.
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Legends of Runeterra is also very easily accessible to Arcane fans who don’t already have very much experience in video games. The rules of the free digital card game are quick to learn and can be downloaded not only for PC but also for iOS and Android devices.
In terms of storytelling content, browsing the Legends of Runeterra card selection, you will encounter several characters familiar from Arcane. However, its deeper story is hardly taken forward.
3. Teamfight Tactics
Teamfight Tacticsissa it is basically a strategy and management game that emphasizes the use of resources and economy, where the player has to turn randomness to their advantage. Players must purchase heroes familiar from the League of Legends from a random selection between rounds. The goal is to create effective combinations of selected heroes that can defeat enemies.
In practice, three similar heroes merge into a bigger hero, after which it is possible to upgrade an upgraded hero to even more powerful ones by collecting more similar characters. Different heroes, in turn, form alliances that give them different bonuses.
The story content of Teamfight Tactics is pretty light, but on the battlefields you may come across a few characters familiar from Arcane. The game is available for PC as well as mobile devices.
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4. Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends Story
HexTech Mayhem is Riot Foundry, which operates under Riot Games, as well as BIT.TRIP RUNNERista fresh output from the familiar Choice Provisions. It’s a level flight where Ziggs, who sows bombs to the beat of the soundtrack, runs away from Heimerdinger and other “cheerleaders”.
This is a fairly lightweight game that, like Legends of Runeterra, is great for novice players as well. In addition to the PC and Nintendo Switch, Hextech Mayhem is also part of Netflix’s range of mobile games, although at least on delivery testing devices, the game was not yet in Netflix’s range.
There is a bit of storytelling content about Hextech Mayhem in a few intermediate videos. However, the game’s campaign is only a few hours long, and the biggest fun comes from striving for the highest possible scores.
5. Ruined King: A League of Legends Story
Ruined King is a turn-based role-playing game in which the adventures of familiar heroes familiar from the world of Runeterra. The game has been developed by Airship Syndicate, which is known to be very successful Darksiders: Genesiksestä mixed Battle Chasersista.
For a player looking for storytelling content in the runeterra universe, Ruined King is a great choice. During the role-play, the player gets to know the characters familiar from the Bilgewater area of Runeterra in particular, and in the main story alone, there is enough to play for more than 20 hours. The turn-based battle itself is also addictive and successful.
The game is available for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox.
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