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Project L Now Called 2XKO

Previously known as Project L, Riot Games has announced that their upcoming 2v2 tag-based fighting game will now be called 2XKO (pronounced how it’s spelt).

A fighting game that can be played either competitively or cooperatively, 2XKO lets players team up as they control one of the two characters. Players can also swap in and out of the fight at their choosing.

Confirmed characters so far include Ahri, Ekko, Darius, and Yasuo, along with other characters that hail from the greater League of Legends universe.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Project L Is Now 2XKO

2XKO is slated to launch on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC with a targeted release date next year.

In the interim, players can check out a hands-on demo of 2XKO starting in April at EVO Japan 2024.

One can also join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter/X, Instagram, and TikTok.

Source: The Verge, YouTube
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