Project L Riot Games Trailer: Details, Updates, and More

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Riot Games have been building up the hype for their new free-to-play fighting game, Project L. With some champions announced, details revealed and loads of leaks, Riot fans are desperate for the release.

With the tension building, any official information is jumped upon fast. However, the release of a Project L developer diary a few days ago has been a really good step towards the game's release.

So, let's take a look at the details of the game and what was announced in the developer diary trailer.

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An assist-based fighter game

That's right, Riot games are shaking up the traditional fighter game scene. Players will be able to control up to two champions. This means there will be a whole bunch of combos.

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In the trailer, Ekko and Jinx were shown to fight together and they seemed to have a pretty good combo. Perhaps a combo of a heavy hitter like Darius with a mobile champion like Ahri would work nicely too.

The Project L gameplay is finished

Tom Cannon also stated that the gameplay for the game is finished. Additionally, this means that all mechanics and possibly the background designs are set up. However. he also stated that the dev team are now working on champions to add and their design too.

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As Project L has a new art style, this may be the biggest part of setting up the game. Especially as it is leaked that Project L will include around 50 champions.

Free-to-play announced

Unsurprisingly, Project L has been officially declared as being free-to-play. This isn't surprising given Riot Games' past releases. However, it does make it exciting for those die-hard League of Legends fans out there.

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Another update for the game is scheduled for later in the year too. Let's hope for some more detailed news about Project L.