Should’ve called it Project W!
Riot Games has finally and officially announced "Project L," a 2v2 team-based fighting game. Unlike traditional tag-based fighting games, players can team up with one other player to take on one or two opponents. The game offers different match configurations, including 1v1, 2v2, and 2v1 options. Players can choose special buffs using the Fuse system, which grants synergies and affects gameplay style.
The good news is that we don’t have to wait too long to get our hands on this too, as a playable demo of Project L will be available at Evo 2023 — allowing attendees to try it out on the show floor. This demo will feature four champions, including Ekko, Ahri, and Darius, with the fourth champion yet to be announced, possibly Illaoi.
Unfortunately, Riot Games has not disclosed the game's release date or the platforms it will be available on. It’ll be free though. And according to a previous dev diary entry, the company promises Project L will be “respectful” to our wallets.
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Matthew “dinofries” D'Onofrio is a writer, content creator, podcaster and — most importantly — a gamer. With such a strong passion for video games and a severe case of FOMO, it's no surprise he always has his finger on the pulse of the gaming world. On the rare occasion Matt's away from a screen, you'll find him strumming away on his acoustic guitar or taking care of his cat Totoro.
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