Introduction: Get ready to explore the universe kingdom of Demasia with Silas, the League of Legends champion, as Riot Games’ publishing division Riot Forge is slated to release The Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story. Players will take control of Silas, a League of Legends champion, as he attempts to save Demasia from the oppressive rule of those who forbid and punish the use of magic. Armed with the superior abilities of enemy champions and a set of chains capable of absorbing magic, Silas will have to make moral choices as he recruits young wizards to join his rebellion. Along the way, he will encounter characters from the Bilgewater region and other League of Legends champions who have starred in Riot Forge games. Get ready for an exciting journey with Silas and join the adventure to save Demasia!
Starring League of Legends spin-off Silas could be released by Riot Games’ publishing division Riot Forge, as the mysterious project is slated for release in South Korea.
This is reported by Gematsu, who noticed that the project, called The Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story, had received a rating from the Game Evaluation Committee in South Korea.
Described in the listing as an “action game for PC,” The Mageseeker will see players take control of Silas, a League of Legends champion, in an attempt to save the universe kingdom of Demasia.
in League on Legends matches, Silas can use the superior abilities of enemy champions to use against them, and wields a set of chains capable of absorbing magic as a more conventional weapon.
according to legend, Demasia is a country where magic is forbidden and punishable by exile or imprisonment. While Silas was initially used by national wizard hunters to track down wizards in hiding, he eventually grew disillusioned with the treatment of magic users and the fact that high-ranking wizards were often protected by their status. From a moral point of view, however, he is a rather gray character – in Silas’ colorful story “Recruitment” he encourages a young wizard to execute an unarmed noble so that he will join his rebellion.
Silas isn’t the first League of Legends champion to play a major role in a Riot Forge game. In 2021, explosives expert Yordla Ziggs featured in the rhythm runner Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends Story, and the Bilgewater region and its heroes were explored in Ruined King: A League of Legends Story.
In our review, we awarded Ruined King four stars out of five, calling it a “passionate love letter” from the Riot universe that still welcomes newcomers.
Earlier this week, Riot Games admitted that the latest cinematic video for League of Legends “missed the mark” and denied it was reducing its investment in the game.