Need another game launcher? Riot Games sure hopes so as on the 20th of this month they'll start rolling out the "Riot Client," a single launcher for all Riot titles including League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra, Valorant, and more.
While the rollout begins on the 20th, it'll take until October 4th for all users to actually have the tool as Riot will be testing stability along the way.
In addition to getting all of their products in front of your face for your consideration, Riot Games says the new launcher will also offer individual news, update, and information pages for each and every title. That said, if you really want to just use your old individual icons to launch games, Riot says you'll still be able to do that if you so desire.
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