The long-awaited fighting game with characters from League of Legends was treated for a long time by Riot Games as Project L. Now, the owner of the LoL revealed that the title will be called 2XKO and will be released for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC in 2025 — although the specific date has not been shared at this time.

O franchise fighting game League of Legends was originally announced in 2019, along with a series of other saga-themed projects. Some names from the occasion included Arcanecritical success and winner of the Best Adaptation award at The Game Awards 2022, and Legends of Runeterraa themed cardgame that is free to play.

Since the revelation of Project LRiot Games offered sporadic development updates, which ultimately led to the game’s first public demo at EVO 2023.

Last Thursday (22), the publisher confirmed that, from now on, the game will be called 2KXO — and also took the moment to reveal a new trailer with more gameplay scenes with the characters from lolzinho breaking everything. Check out:

In addition to the traditional 1v1, the game will also have 2v2 modes and options for casual or competitive matches. It will be possible to assemble teams of up to two characters, which can be exchanged during fights.

“O 2XKO will bring the spirit of rivalry and camaraderie of arcades to an online game service with continuous updates,” says the press release.

Of course, the list of fighters would be no different. You can choose any of the heroes from League of Legends that are available in 2KXO — although not all of them have been shown so far. However, we already know that names like Ahri, Ekko, Darius, Illaoi and Yasuo will be there.

Registration to test 2XKO is now open

Interested in expanding your adventures in the universe of League of Legends? So know that the Riot Games is already organizing a testing session for 2XKO. To register, simply click this link and answer a series of questions — the process can take about five minutes. The date, however, has not yet been revealed.

please note that 2XKO will also be available to EVO 2024 visitors test. The event takes place between July 19th and 21st in Las Vegas, United States. Names like Street Fighter 6, Tekken 8, Mortal Kombat 1, Guilty Gear Strive e The King of Fighter XV have already been confirmed in line-up.

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