Ruined King was declared in December 2019 as the first-ever singleplayer League of Legends game, and furthermore the main game to emerge from the Riot Forge distributing name. Today Riot declared that Ruined King: A League of Legends Story, as it’s formally named, will go into full delivery on Steam and the Epic Games Store in mid 2021.

The League of Legends side project is being created via Airship Syndicate, whose past deliveries including Battle Chasers: Nightwar and Darksiders Genesis, as a feature of Riot’s push to push past the super hit MOBA League of Legends. Mob Forge deliveries will be set in Runeterra and highlight League characters, yet will be “completable” games created by outer accomplice studios.

“Ruined King is an incredible method to extend the universe of Runeterra for fresh out of the box new players just as our committed League of Legends fans,” Riot Forge head Leanne Loombe said. “Ruined King will be the first singleplayer game to carry the LoL universe to the two consoles and PC. We are eager to venture out into investigating stories and champions that players have delighted in throughout the long term, and can hardly wait for our players to leave on this new experience with us.”

Ruined King: A League of Legends Story will be set in two areas of Runeterra: the port town of Bilgewater, home to beast trackers, dock groups, and runners, and the Shadow Isles, covered in the savage Black Mist that debases all it contacts. Players will shape a gathering including League of Legends characters Miss Fortune, Illaoi, Braum, Yasuo, Ahri, and Pyke, so as to crush a baffling shared adversary.

That is a pretty flimsy as a summary goes, however Riot said that it will have more to state about the game in December. Meanwhile, you can jump further into the legend supporting the game (and there’s a lot of it—this is League of Legends, all things considered) at