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Netflix Is Getting A League Of Legends Rhythm Game


Netflix has presented that a new game is coming to its game-focused subscription service, Netflix Video games. Known as Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends Myth, the rhythm game is launching for Switch and PC on November 16 and then coming to Netflix Video games at a later date.

Hextech Mayhem sees you play as League of Legends characters Ziggs and Heimerdinger, dropping bombs to the beat in sigh to platform through 2D ranges. On Switch and PC, this can rate $10 USD, while the sport will advance incorporated in Netflix Video games’ subscription.

Netflix Video games is bundled into Netflix–whenever it’s possible you’ll perchance also delight in the latter, it’s possible you’ll perchance also delight in the frail (regardless of whether or now not it’s possible you’ll perchance also very neatly be paying for the $9, $14, or $18 tier). For the time being simplest accessible on Android devices, Netflix Video games is scheduled to begin for iOS devices (both iPhone and iPad) on November 10.

At starting up, Netflix Video games’ library is fairly scarce, simplest including 5 titles: Stranger Things: 1984, Stranger Things 3: The Game, Shooting Hoops, Teeter Up, and Card Blast. Hextech Mayhem stands out as the sixth game to be launched on the service.

Hextech Mayhem involves Netflix Video games as the most contemporary development in Netflix and Riot Video games’ ongoing partnership. That partnership contains League of Legends titillating sequence Arcane, which kicked off in November.

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