League Of Legends Fighting Game Project L will be free, Illaoi joins the list

Riot Games has announced that Project L – the upcoming 2v2 fighting game featuring champions from the League of Legends universe – will be free-to-play when it launches next year, joining LoL, Legends of Runeterra and Teamfight Tactics in-game free from Riot. -wallet game.

The announcement was made via a two-minute video hosted by Tom Cannon, the game’s lead director and executive producer. In the video, Cannon says the decision to play for free was part of a goal to “remove as many barriers to entry as possible,” including “where you live, what your skill level is, or how much money you have to spend on a game.”

The video also announces the next character on the list: Illaoi, the truth-bearer of the god Nagakabouros. A developer blog was released alongside the video showcasing the thought process behind adapting Illaoi to the fighting game, including how she moves, what attacks she will use, and what kind of fighter she will be.

Cannon mentions that Project L will receive another video update before the end of the year, however with Evo 2022 starting this weekend – and Tom Cannon with his brother Tony having a rich history at the event in previous years – there is some speculation that the next update could arrive as soon as this weekend.

Project L is a free-to-play 2v2 fighting game where players will choose from a selection of League of Legends champions. The game is slated to launch in 2023, although no platforms have been confirmed by Riot as of yet.

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