November 7, 2023
Riot Games' upcoming fighting game, Project L, has generated a lot of anticipation among fans. Now, fans will have the opportunity to experience a playable demo of the game at Worlds Fan Fest. This event, which celebrates the finale of League of Legends' competitive season, will take place from November 16th to 18th.
The new demo for Project L will feature a substantial portion of the game's roster. Players will have the chance to get hands-on with four different characters: Ekko, Ahri, Darius, and Yasuo. This demo will provide fans with a taste of what the final game has to offer.
Project L is an ambitious entry into the fighting game genre by Riot Games. With its developers' pedigree, the game is likely to attract a competitive crowd. Unlike many new fighters, Project L has the potential to capture the attention of both casual and professional players.
While a full demo of Project L that can be played at home is still in the works, the game is being showcased at various in-person events. As a 2-v-2 tag team fighter, Project L offers a unique gameplay experience compared to other major releases. However, there are still many unknowns about the game, including its official title. Despite this, we can expect Project L to be a live service title, utilizing standard fighter controllers for directions and moves. The upcoming Project L demo will hopefully provide more insight into the game's features and mechanics.
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