Riot Games posted a video on YouTube in which he shows the gameplay from Project L, the fighting game based on the world of League of Legends announced in 2019. After an initial announcement, the game had disappeared from the scene and practically nothing had been known to date.
In the video, Riot Games introduces developers Tom Cannon and Tony Cannon, who explain that it will be a “assist-based” fighting game. In other words, in Project L, players will be able to control two characters in each match, one of whom will act as an assist and can be summoned into battle for help – a mechanic seen in other games of the genre, such as Marvel vs. Capcom for example.
The developers explain in the video that the game is intended to be “easy to learn but difficult to fully master”. The video shows us – as mentioned – also some gameplay and precisely we have the opportunity to see the attack moves of Ekko. The character uses his engineering skills to exploit various tools and items such as Tinewinder grenades. Through this video and the information we already have, we can also confirm the presence of Ahri, Jinx, Darius and Katarina.
The two developers have also announced that the game will use netcode rollback for online play and that the developers are creating a new system to make online multiplayer as smooth as possible. They also confirmed that Project L is far from complete and the release date is certainly beyond 2022. However, news about the game is promised on a regular basis, so we will have to wait to find out more about the League of Legends fighting game.
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