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Riot’s League of Legends fighting game ‘Project L’ is now known as ‘2XKO’

Riot has been working on its own fighting game, featuring characters from League of Legends, for years now under the working title ‘Project L'. Now, the game finally has an official name, platform confirmation and a release window. 

Project L, Riot's League of Legends-based fighting game, now has an official name – 2XKO. We aren't quite sure how you are supposed to pronounce that, but it is the name they're going with.

The announcement is accompanied by a new development update video, which we've had a few of over the years since this project was first announced. The game is planned to launch in 2025 for PC, as well as Xbox Series X/S and PS5 consoles.

In order to gather feedback from fighting game enthusiasts, Riot will be attending a number of events this year armed with a demo for the game, which will first be playable at EVO Japan in April, before landing at other events throughout the year. It is unclear if a downloadable version of the demo will be made available this year for those who aren't attending any big gaming events, so we'll have to wait and see. We'll no doubt see plenty of impressions and discussions about the game once players finally get some hands-on time with it.

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KitGuru Says: What do you think of Project L's official title? Will you be looking to play this when it eventually drops? 

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