Riot Forge's Convergence and Song of Nunu were supposed to release in 2022, but have been pushed to 2023.
Riot Games is delaying two League of Legends spinoffs from its Riot Forge publishing label until 2023.
The 2D action-platform Convergence (styled Conv/rgence) and single-player adventure game Song of Nunu were set for release in 2022.
Now they're being pushed to next year. With the delay, development teams may have "a little more time to put some finishing touches".
Riot announced in 2019 the Riot Forge label, which works with outside studios to create games in the League of Legends universe.
Convergence is being developed by Double Stallion Games, while Song of Nunu is being produced by Tequila Works.
The label's first two games were rhythm game Hextech Mayhem and RPG Ruined King, both of which were released in November 2021.
All Forge games so far carry the subtitle "A League of Legends Story" to denote it as a spinoff.
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