Today, Riot Forge and Tequila Works have announced that Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story, has launched.
The standalone story-driven adventure game starring League of Legends champions Nunu and Willump, is now available on Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam, GOG and the Epic Games Store.
The game launched on Wednesday November 1st 2023 at 9am PT / 4pm GMT.
Developed by Tequila Works and published by Riot Forge, Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story was announced two years ago and originally scheduled to launch in 2022. It has a PEGI 12 age rating.
Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story takes players on ‘the ultimate road trip with best friends and revered League champions Nunu and Willump’.
“Players hike, climb, and sled across the Freljord, a frostbitten land full of harsh blizzards, ferocious wolves and enchantment, and will meet other legendary champions along the way,” a blurb read. “You must use your wits to progress through the frozen landscape and uncover what secrets lie hidden beneath the ice.”
Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story is now available priced at £24.99.
Additionally, a physical Collector’s Edition priced at £99.99 is available on the Riot Games merch website, which includes a Willump plush, Poro plush, Song of Nunu art book, four Freljord postcards, five collectible enamel pins, a collectible artwork print and a campfire pop-up diorama.
Two months ago, Riot announced that Bandle Tale is the latest League of Legends spin-off game in the works, and earlier this year, other League of Legends standalone titles Mageseeker and Ekko-focused game LoL Convergence launched.
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