Meet 2XKO, the League of Legends fighting game formerly known as Project L
Known as Project L for years, the League of Legends fighting game now has a new title in 2XKO, as well as a new fighter in its first trailer.
Project L to have a playable demo at EVO Japan 2024
Evo Japan takes place over three days from April 27-29, 2024
How to play Project L: A breakdown of Riot’s new fighter
Not sure about Riot’s new fighter? Here’s how to play Project L, its systems, and how its tag systems work.
Yasuo, the Unforgiven revealed as the newest Project L fighter
The fourth Champion included in Project L is Yasuo, the Unforgiven swordsman. Watch him dominate the skies in this trailer.
Riot Games’ Project L fighting game will have a playable demo at Evo 2023
The playable demo will be available at Evo 2023.
Project L unveils new duo-play system
Project L just announced their new duo-play system. Check out the details here:
Riot’s Project L brings on FGC pros in gameplay analysis roles
Looking to make the right moves before release, Riot’s Project L has brought on some FGC luminaries to help steer the game’s QA.
Project L characters: Which Champions are confirmed so far?
A regularly updated list with all confirmed Project L Characters so far.
What are Assist Actions and Tag Team in Project L?
The latest dev diary highlights the tag team system in Project L including some unique features in Riot’s upcoming FGC title. “Who doesn’t love a good teamfight?”
Riot’s fighter Project L: 2v2 tag combat, Ekko, Rollback netcode, simple move inputs revealed
We’ve finally got our first real look at Project L in motion, with rollback netcode, simple button inputs and 2v2 tag combat emphasized.