Riot Games’ Project L to be playable at Evo 2023

The video game publisher Riot Games has announced that its upcoming fighting video game Project L will be available for public play for the first time in the Evolution Championship Series (Evo) 2023which will take place from August 4-6 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Along with this announcement, Riot Games has also released new details about the gameplay system. Specifically, on July 26, the publisher released a new developer diary and a trailer.which showcased the 2v2 team game mode of Project L.

Also confirmed three characters on the Project L roster: Ekko, Ahri and Dariusin addition to announce a mysterious fourth character. This hints that the publisher may unveil the identity of the fourth character in Evo 2023 next month.

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Announced during the opening day of Evo in 2019, Project L is a fighting video game developed by Riot, inspired by their popular MOBA title, League of Legends. Information about it has been scarce since its announcement, not even its official name has been unveiled. However, Riot has already confirmed that Project L will be free-to-play.. It has also been confirmed that the game will not offer NFT rewards.

Earlier this year, Evo 2023 unveiled its final video game lineup, which included such well-known titles as Street Fighter 6, Tekken 7, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Mortal Kombat 11.among others. In addition, the tournament has the strong support of leading companies, such as. Sony and its video game equipment brand INZONE.the well-known U.S. restaurant chain Chipotle and the anime streaming service Crunchyroll.

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