League of Legends spin-off comes to PC, Switch and Netflix Gaming

The developers of the Bit.Trip series have created a new rhythm runner game based on the League of Legends universe called Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends Story. Hextech Mayhem is coming to the Nintendo Switch and PC next week or through the upcoming Netflix Games app.

Riot Forge, a publishing arm working with independent developers to create games based on the League of Legends universe, announced that Choice Provisions is releasing a new League-themed rhythm runner.

Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends screenshots.

Hextech Mayhem stars Ziggs, a yordle and Hexplosives expert who must bomb-jump and attack in time with a Riot soundtrack. Avoid obstacles and disarm enemies while chaining combinations together through unbroken stripes.

While Hextech Mayhem will be available for purchase on PC and Switch, it will also come to the Netflix Games app, which will finally roll out in the US on November 10th. Like Apple Arcade, the Netflix Games app comes with a library of titles users can play for free as long as they have an active Netflix membership.

Hextech Mayhem will bring a new League of Legends game to Netflix just in time for Arcane, Rio’s first original animated series set in the League of Legends world.

MattTM Kim is IGN’s news editor. You can reach him @laloftd.

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