Great news is coming for those of us hypeado for the next great MMORPG that could come from the hands of Riot Games, a developer that, so far, has not disappointed with any of its titles.
Apparently, the Californian company has published an official thread on their website where they are looking for staff to start developing their MMORPG, one of the Riot Games titles that could revolutionize the market.
In fact, they have been very clear with the jobs they demand for the project, still without a name and without any detail, only that it could revolve around the universe of Runeterra,
Positions Riot Games is looking for
- Engineering gameplay
- Game design
- User Experience Designer
- Art of the game and all its disciplines
- Game production
In fact, as they comment on Reddit, they would have recruited two developers for Guild Wars, one of the most successful MMORPGs in history and much loved by fans of this genre. What’s more, Ghostcrawler leads the MMO project.
For those of you unfamiliar, Greg Street, his real name, worked as a systems designer on World of Warcraft for quite a few years, joining Riot Games in 2013 as a designer for gameplay. Now, he will be in charge of leading the MMORPG of the company.
They also ‘show off’ how they are as a company, selling the project as a place where those who enter feel part of a family, in addition to belonging to development for several years.
What can we expect from Riot Games’ MMORPG?
The MMORPG genre has been active for years, and although World of Warcraft, Final Fantasy XIV y Guild Wars 2Among others, they have eclipsed the market, they have not stopped coming out more than attractive titles.
Of course, the golden age of this genre exploded in the 2000s, and the departure of shooters, MOBAs, battle royale and other single player games have caused the public to tend towards other types of games.
However, from Riot Games we know one thing: everything they launch triumphs, and therefore we can expect a successful MMORPG, free to play (we presuppose) and with an art and gameplay related to League of Legends.
If they associate it with Runeterra they will be successful within the LoL community, although we are convinced that they can come up with new ideas as they have already done with the VALORANT universe. Of course, the development is expected to last at least 4 or 5 years.