Riot Games released a new gameplay video for their fighter Project L coming sometime before 2025 on PC.
The video showcases how players can utilize teamwork to get through matches as a duo. The game supports 1V1, 2V2, and 2V1 modes to choose from. We get a look at what those modes look like. Players can customize their characters from the roster selection that revolves around the Fuse system. This changes the synergy between fighters as players can choose which buffs they want to take advantage of.
Further, the developer confirmed a playable demo will be available during EVO 2023, taking place from August 3 through August 6, 2023, at the Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas, NV.
Project L is a free-to-play fighter that encourages team-based play, with players matching up during fights to down others. The game features options to tag in other characters to extend combos or get out of a tough situation. The game’s characters are from the world of Runeterra.
We’ll keep you updated on the development and release of Project L.
You can watch the update video along with a full match below:
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