For a long time, one of the most unknown secrets in the gaming industry, Riot’s fighting game codenamed Project L has another ongoing investigation. The video is set in the world of League of Legends Runeterra and reintroduces Project L to those who have seen its past previews. The characters in the latest video are the same as last time: Jinx, Dreyus, and Ari, but Ike, who goes backwards in time, is added.
Project L is referred to as an “assisted” fighter, which means that players form a team of two fighters, control one at a time, and the other is introduced to perform an auxiliary attack. The design is dedicated to two things: truly powerful network code and easy-to-learn/difficult-to-master controls. Designers Tom and Tony Cannon described their hope for Project L as that players can quickly enter and learn the basic movements of a new character, but they are still far surpassed by the master of the character.
This fighting game was developed by Radiant Entertainment, which was acquired by Riot. It has been in use for many years since its release in 2019, but we have never seen it since. Cannons promised that they will try more information about Project L in the future, although they confirmed that Project L will not be released in 2021 or 2022.