Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

League of Legends spin-offs on PC, Switch and Netflix games

The developers of the Bit.Trip series have created a new rhythm runner game called Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends Story, based on the League of Legends universe. Hextech Mayhem will be available on Nintendo Switch and PC next week or through the upcoming Netflix gaming app.

Riot Forge, a publishing division that works with independent developers to create games based on the League of Legends universe, has announced that Choice Provisions will release a new league-themed rhythm runner.

Hextech Mayhem: A screenshot of League of Legends.

Hextech Mayhem starring Jodl and explosives expert Ziggs, who have to bomb-jump and attack the beats of the riot soundtrack. Disarm your enemies, avoiding obstacles, splicing combos through uninterrupted lines.

Hextech Mayhem will be available for purchase on PC and Switch, but will also appear in the Netflix Games app, which will finally be rolled out in the United States on November 10. Like Apple Arcade, the Netflix Games app comes with a library of titles. As long as you have a valid Netflix membership, users can play for free.

Hextech Mayhem brings a new League of Legends game to Netflix just in time for Riot’s first original anime series, Arcane, set in the League of Legends world.

Matt TM Kim is a news editor at IGN.You can reach him @lawoftd..