Following the announcement by Riot Games IP and Entertainment vice president Ghost Crab last December that they had launched a large-scale “League of Legends” online game via their personal Twitter account, Riot today officially announced on its official Riot website that it is developing a MMORPG based on the world premiere of “League of Legends”. At the same time, the site hopes to hire many different developers to help them complete the huge task of creating an MMORPG.
This is Riot’s first official announcement as a company that is developing a “League of Legends” MMORPG theme. Riot said they know online games require a lot of people to create together. If you want to make Runeland live, you need a big team, so they will regularly announce new vacancies, but there are currently no vacancies in the team. They are just preparing first.
Riot said they are particularly interested in talents in the fields of game engineering, game design, user experience (UX), game art (all subcategories), toy production, etc. They are looking for talent with experience in MMO development.
Many foreign players were looking forward to Riot being able to build the world of “League of Legends” in the form of an MMORPG. Now Riot has officially met the expectations of the players. However, given the potential demand for talent hired publicly on the official Riot website, it is considered that this “League of Legends” MMORPG issue should not be out soon, mainly because large-scale MMORPG production is time consuming and Riot has proposed a wide range of sectors. Demand for talent.