10 Games You Must Play if You Love ‘League of Legends’

League of Legends is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) video game developed by Riot Games. In this game, players can summon and control “champions”, who have special and unique abilities. With their champions, the fight other players or computer controlled champions. Here is the list of video games similar to League of Legends that are our recommendations. You can play these open world games like League of Legends on mac, ps4, android, iphone and even online.

 

10. Clash Royale

Clash Royale: Like League of Legends

Clash Royale is one of the most famous mobile games developed by Supercell. Many consider the game to be an extension of Clash of Clans. This may be true since several characters from Clash of Clans are present in this game.

The main goal of Clash Royale is to destroy the opponent’s three forts while preventing him from destroying own’s. Through various playable cards, players may “summon” offensive and defensive units to help them achieve this goal. Playable unit cards unlock as the players advances to new rankings.

 

9. Gigantic

Gigantic is a strategic third-person shooter MOBA game developed by the independent game studio Motiga and published by Perfect World Entertainment. The game focuses on team-based action combat with heroes battling alongside a massive guardian. Players must protect their guardian along with their team and attempt to destroy the opposing team and their guardian.

 

8. Heroes of the Storm

Heroes of the Storm (HotS) is a MOBA video game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment for Microsoft Windows and macOS. The game features heroes from Blizzard’s franchises including Warcraft, Diablo, StarCraft, The Lost Vikings, and Overwatch.

Heroes of the Storm revolves around online 5-versus-5 matches, operated through Blizzard’s online gaming service Battle.net. Players can choose from different game modes, which include playing against computer-controlled heroes or other players. Initially, no heroes are permanently available for use; however, players may choose from a list of heroes that are free to use from a weekly rotation. By using gold coins, the in-game currency, or through microtransactions, they can gain permanent access to a hero.

7. Ace of Arenas

An innovative mobile action MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena), Ace of Arenas is a free to play PVP game that brings all the fun of core gaming to handheld devices. In Ace of Arenas, matches include 1v1 duels to 5v5 group matches. Once a player has unlocked 12 of the 50 champions, he’ll be able to start competing in ranked matches of 3v3 or 5v5. Currently Ace of Arenas has over 1 million downloads which for a mobile MOBA makes it very popular.

 

6. World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft (WoW) is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game released in 2004 by Blizzard Entertainment. Very similar to League of Legends, players control a character avatar within a game world in third- or first-person view, exploring the landscape, fighting various monsters, completing quests, and interacting with non-player characters or other players. Also similar to other MOBA, World of Warcraft requires the player to pay for a subscription by using a credit or debit card, using prepaid Blizzard game cards or using a WoW Token purchased in-game. Players without a subscription may use a trial account that lets the player character reach up to level 20 but has many features locked.

 

5. Art of War: Red Tides

Art of War: Red Tides is a strategy multiplayer game developed by the studio Game Science. It is an arena-style strategy game that is either fought on a 3 vs 3 of 1 vs 1. The goal of the game is to destroy the enemy base while deflecting attacks from the enemy. Without the use of commander abilities the player cannot control the units (I.e. Control the units moment, what enemy they attack ect.), instead, the player must choose wisely on what units to build.

4. Supernova

Supernova is based on a space theme, and thus, it is a unique MOBA game on its own. Supernova has a range of different “commanders” to play in the game. Players can pick from mech pilots to mercenaries or go completely out of this world and play as an alien. The game also adds a new level of customization by allowing players to upgrade and modify their minions. This unique feature can often be the difference between stunning victory and crushing defeat.

 

3. Player Unknown’s Battleground (PUBG)

Player Unknown’s Battleground (PUBG) is the recent sensation in the gaming industry for both PCs and Mobile phones. The game is considered a “battle royale” game, where survival to the end is the key to victory.

When the game begins, a total of 100 players are on a plane – unarmed – that flies over an island. Players may choose when to jump, and use skills to land where they want. They can find supplies and weapons inside the houses, or from other players, once they are dead. The basic goal is to stay within the playzone, a circle inside which the gameplay takes place, and to survive until the end.

 

2. Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos

Warcraft III: Regin of Chaos serves as one of the inspirations for League of Legends. “Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos” is a high fantasy real-time strategy video game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. Though old, the recent release of the videogame-movie of the same name has once again made this game popular among video game lovers.

“Warcraft III” contains four playable races: Humans, Orcs, the Night Elves and the Undead. It is set in the fictional world of Azeroth. Similar to “Age of Empires”, the world of Warcraft also has to be explored. The game takes place on a map of varying sizes, such as large plains and fields, with terrain features like rivers, mountains, seas, or cliffs. There is also an online multiplayer version available.

 

1. DOTA 2

Defense of the Ancients 2 (DOTA 2) is a free-to-play MOBA game developed and published by Valve Corporation. DOTA 2 serves as the main inspiration for League of Legends, which makes it a must-play game.

Dota 2 is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) video game in which two teams of five players compete to collectively destroy a large structure defended by the opposing team known as the “Ancient”, whilst defending their own. As in Defense of the Ancients, the game is controlled using standard real-time strategy controls and is presented on a single map in a three-dimensional isometric perspective. Ten players each control one of the game’s 115 playable characters, known as “heroes”, with each having their own design, strengths, and weaknesses.

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