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‘League of Legends’ Board Game ‘Mechs Vs. Minions’ To Roll Out In October

‘League of Legends’ Board Game ‘Mechs Vs. Minions’ To Roll Out In October

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First Posted: Sep 23, 2016 06:30 AM EDT
‘League of Legends’ Board Game ‘Mechs Vs. Minions’ To Roll Out In October
“League of Legends” is soon going to get a new board game spinoff dubbed "Mechs Vs. Minions"
(Photo : Craig Barritt/Getty Images for Tribeca Games)

The popular online game "League of Legends" is soon going to get a new board game spinoff dubbed "Mechs Vs. Minions." Developer Riot Games has announced that they will be rolled out the new "League of Legends" board game "Mechs vs. Minions" for purchase on October 13 for $75 exclusively on the Riot Games Merchandise Store page.

According to Polygon, players will have 10 different missions to conquer in the "League of Legends" board game. Each one of the missions will last between an estimated 60 to 90 minutes. The game definitely has a story line which revolves around four Yordles named Heimerdinger, Tristana, Corki, and Ziggs. The game's story covers how the four League of Legends characters from "soon-to-be-mega-prestigious" school fight against enemies. It is to be noted that "Mechs vs Minions" has no similarities with "League Of Legends" except the setting and theme.

The game package features five game boards, 100 miniature minions, four painted mech figures, an hourglass, different types of dice, decks of cards, four acrylic shards, a bomb-like power source miniature, gems and much more. According to "Mechs Vs. Minions" official website, the first wave of the "League of Legends" board game will be rolled out in English and Simplified Chinese. However, the makers hope to expand to more languages in the coming future, reported Geek.

Notably, developer Riot Games began working on the board game almost three years ago. Chris Cantrell, Associate Producer at Riot, said the board game started as a passion project. Interestingly, Cantrell was the only dedicated person working on the board game for more than one year. The "Mechs vs. Minions team" consisted of a maximum of seven people, most of whom were simultaneously working on other projects at the studio.

Stay tuned to SWR for more updates on "League of Legends" board game "Mechs vs. Minions."

 

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