Riot Reveals 2XKO Will Release In 2025

Fahim Shahriar
By Fahim Shahriar
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Riot Games’ upcoming fighting game 2XKO, formerly Project L, is said to be released next year.

As part of League of Legends‘ 10th Anniversary Event, Riot announced a bunch of new and upcoming projects they were working on, and one of these projects was a new game called Project L.

Project L is a new fighting game based on the League of Legends IP. It will be a tag team fighter similar to games such as Dragon Ball Fighter Z and Marvel vs. Capcom. But unlike these titles, it will purely focus on 2v2 combat. It will also feature a duo-play system that will allow up to four players to play together. As confirmed by Riot, the game will have a rollback netcode, which will allow players to have a smoother experience.

Since the game is based on the League of Legends IP, it will also incorporate champions from League of Legends itself. Currently, six champions have already been confirmed to be in the game. These are Ahri, Yasuo, Darius, Katarina, Ekko and Illaoi. We can expect more champions to join in the future.

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As for when we can expect to experience the game, we finally have a date. Just a few moments ago, the Project L team announced the official name for the game, and it’s called 2XKO. Along with the name, we also have some information regarding its release date.

According to Riot, the game will come out sometime in 2025. Although, we do not have an exact date. Additionally, the game will come out on PC, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation 5.

Shahriar is a League of Legends writer at GameRiv. He enjoys playing Video Games, watching Anime, and browsing the internet for outdated memes.