League of Legends may have a… reputation, but there is a good reason why he attracts as many players from around the world. It is a game that rewards first and foremost training and expertise. League rewards hours, days spent crunching showing you how far you can climb. And when you raise this challenge, you find yourself with a deeply personal and unforgettable trip.
Of course, a mob is not the only place to find games that reward control. I do not know for you, but when I think of games where mastery wins over all other motivations to play, I think of clever combos and unforgettable parts of the genre combat game. And judging by this title to come, Riot Games feel pretty much the same thing. Since yesterday, Project L has officially published gameplay sequences.
Riot describes the L project as a support-based fighter where you build and pilot a team of two different champions. Each character is, of course, based on a champion of League of Legends. Jinx, Echo, HRI and Darius are presented in the above video, with (likely) others to come. Echo focuses on video showing how Riot Games has translated her ability to go back in a fighting game frame. And in accordance with the typical Riot Games policy lately, the video has many links with this new Netflix de League of Legends: Arcane.
Initially revealed in 2019, the game still does not exit. He should not go out before the end of 2022. The long development cycles are certainly not unknown in this industry, with Halo: Infinite as a simple example. But if the media threshing of this game is something to do, the project could be something specular. Which champions do you think it would be nice to include in a game like this? We would like to hear from you in the comments below!