The devs behind Moonlighter have simply launched their League Of Legends spin-off RPG

After bingeing the Netflix present Arcane and getting hooked on the world of League Of Legends, I used to be dissatisfied to search out there weren’t too many single-player video games for individuals who aren’t the MOBA-type of keyboard mashers. The highest-down motion RPG The Mageseeker: A League Of Legends Story is trying to repair that, although, letting you play because the ex-convict and buff mage Sylas whereas he’s busy working a revolution. It comes from the builders behind the Zelda-like store roguelite Moonlighter, and it is out now.

Mageseeker is at present sitting at a “Very Optimistic” ranking on Steam with followers having fun with its stunning pixel artwork and deep dive into League’s lore. My favorite overview from the bunch explains that “One of many massive issues with League Of Legends is that it’s important to play it with League Of Legends gamers.” That’s a particularly reasonable criticism, and so they naturally proceed to say that Mageseeker “is nice as a result of up to now I haven’t needed to work together with a League Of Legends participant in any means.”

So, sure, sounds precisely like what I used to be on the lookout for. A standalone story within the League universe, with out the sweaty multiplayer clicking or these pesky gamers I’ve been warned about. In equity, the one League Of Legends participant I ever met was my admittedly very good and really outdated chemistry trainer, however I’d nonetheless fairly bash baddies by myself.

Developer Digital Solar’s final sport, Moonlighter, was a chill roguelite cut up between working a store throughout the day earlier than venturing out into magical caves at evening to combat monsters. You’d then restock your store’s cabinets with objects you collected the evening earlier than. It was nice, and Mageseeker appears to have carried over its stunning artwork fashion and expanded its action-packed melee fight with bombastic skills (sending my love, grappling hooks). Moonlighter’s store administration is the one factor lacking, though it is possible for you to to improve your base and recruit new mages, so not all is misplaced.

When you look ahead to a second season of Arcane, The Mageseeker shall be accessible on consoles and PC via Steam, GOG and the Epic Video games Retailer for £25/€30/$30.

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