League of Legends Project L: Check Everything about the new League of Legends Game. Another League of Legends game will soon be released as Riot Games looks to expand its lore by delving into the fighting genre now. It is called Project L and very little information was available about it till today. Riot Games or more specifically Tom Cannon, the Senior Director and Executive Producer of Project L, has recently released more details regarding this fighting game.
Tom & @Pond3r reintroduce Project L, an assist-based fighter set in the world of Runeterra. 👊🏽💥💥
— Riot Games #RiotXArcane 💥 (@riotgames) November 20, 2021
Project L release date
Tom Cannon has stated that the game is still not finished and will not be released in 2021 or 2022. Thus, players can expect to try out the game by 2023. More information about Project L’s development will be made available in the next 12 months.
Champions currently available in Project L
In the currently released trailer of Project L, we were able to see the following League of Legends champions in action.
The gameplay mechanics of the characters is similar to that of the original League of Legends. Darius wields his axe for attacking, Ahri uses her ranged mana attacks and other champions also follow a similar pattern.
Project L trailers released
We have seen two trailers about Project L to date. The first one was in the League of Legends 10th Anniversary announcement trailer where only snippets and minor details of the games were given and a prototype was shown to us. The next trailer was during the concurrent RiotXArcane event.
Project L gameplay
Project L is a fighting game where 3D champions/fighters combat each other in a 2D horizontal plane. Parallels of this can be drawn with the ever-popular Street Fighter V. In the gameplay trailer, it was shown that players can pick two different champions and interchange them during the match through tag-team mechanics. Players can execute combos that comprise attacks from both the champions in the fights.
According to the developers, this takes into consideration the fighting mechanics and fundamentals of each champion along with the idea of a strategic team building composition. In the trailer of the prototype gameplay, we were able to witness a 90-second match. From keeping track of combos connecting with the opponent champion to character-specific meters that may be used to execute skilled or ultimate attacks, there are a lot of features about which we do not know in-depth details about. Riot games will also be using their RiotDirect net code to reduce ping in the game along with some rollback elements.
Stay connected with us as we bring you more updates regarding Project L as soon as they are released.