Riot Games may be best known for developing League of Legends, but it has so much more in its stable, like auto battler Teamfight Tactics, the hit shooter Valorant and the CCG Legends of Runeterra. To make it easier to open all of Riot’s games on your PC, the company is releasing the Riot Client, a unified launcher that starts rolling out later this month.
“All desktop Riot games will be accessible from one client, with each game having its own dedicated product page with game-specific content including the latest news and events,” Riot’s Liz La Londe wrote in a blog post. “You’ll be able to clean up your desktop and only have one Riot Client launcher where all your favorite Riot games will live! However, if you prefer, you can maintain your existing game desktop shortcuts for a direct path to your favorite game.”
The new client begins rolling out today (September 20, 2021), but will be staggered. The world-wide rollout begins October 4, 2021.