Riot Games has been teasing fans by slowly revealing details of their upcoming fighting game title set in the League of Legends world — Project L. Today, they’ve finally revealed the game’s name.

Project L name is now officially 2XKO

Project L, officially titled 2XKO, is Riot Games’ upcoming 2v2 tag-based fighting game. While the title has no release date yet, its developers have launched social media channels for the game (@Play2XKO), along with a new trailer.

The developers have previously confirmed that the game will be set in the same universe as League of Legends. It will also see various LoL characters/champions and Runeterra locations such as Piltover & Zaun reappearing.

Project L champions and playable platforms

The new Project L name is likely an allusion to the necessity of a double knockout, or a “2x KO” as a condition of victory. So far, Riot Games has teased five LoL champions as playable fighters in Project L through its development videos:

  • Ahri
  • Darius
  • Ekko
  • Jinx
  • Katarina
  • Illaoi
  • Yasuo

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The game will be available on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation, according to the official website.

2XKO release date, playtests, and demo

While the new Project L name was revealed, the title does not have an official release date yet, you can sign up for playtests now here. Riot Games is also offering hands-on demos of the game at EVO Japan in April 2024.

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