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Project L: the League of Legends fighting game will be free | Digital Trends Spanish

Riot Games and Radiant Entertainment released a video about Project L, the fighting game League of Legends they are working hard on, before the global fighting game tournament, Evo. The most significant thing announced during this August 2021 update is that Project L it is a free game.

Project L is a 2v2 assist-based fighting game in the same vein as titles like the Marvel vs Capcom series. The game stars characters made popular in the League of Legends franchise, with its latest addition being the giant champion, Illaoi. A developer blog focused specifically on building Illaoi It also came out this Monday, August 1.

Like League of Legends, Project L It will be free to play, so it will likely include in-game purchases for things like characters and skins. You can see this same business model successfully achieved in Warner Bros.’ recently released platform fighter. Multiverse. the development leader of Project LTom Cannon also says that the monetization of Project L it will be “respectful of both your time and your wallet.”

Cannon also claims that the development of Project L it is going well. The team is confirmed to be finishing up their work on the game’s core mechanics, with much of the development team moving on to building playable champions. The game will also apparently have tons of secondary features that other fighting games have lacked, as the update also confirms that things like competitive play and social systems are on the way.

While there is no confirmed release date or even a window for Project LCannon confirmed that we will hear about the game at least one more time before the end of 2022.

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