Project L has been in development for years and now Riot Games had been quiet since they teased back in 2019. League of Legends had been expanding its fan base outside the players of this online RPG. They explored the World of music with their KPOP girl group K-Da. Also, their Netflix original Animated series Arcane is renewed for a Second Season. The popularity of that show is instant positive publicity for this game because familiar faces from that show will appear on this game.
Now they are on a roll because Riot Games just announced the Game Project L. It will be a CGI graphics fighting game with 2d gameplay. Tom & Tony Cannon had been in charge of making this vision happen. They don’t have a release date yet but the footage they show is Music for the eyes. Fighting Game players though will be open about this because all they care about is Balance and Netcode. Except for Tekken, Fighting Games are more fun to play with 2d gameplay. Tekken and Dead or Alive are the only ones that thrive with 3d gameplay. Combos are more smooth and fun with 2d gameplay.
Players can build a team of Two and they can be a combination out of everyone in the roster. After the Success of Arcane, I can see players making a team composed of Jinx and Vi. Project L developers promise this game will have the best Netcode. Netcode keeps a fighting game community alive because bad net code will make people stop playing online. It is the reason why most Injustice Games died down online despite always selling well. I can barely have a match online with Samurai Shodown because of its Netcode.
Project L has the potential to become an Esport that will be played in Evo.
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