Riot Games are getting their hands into seemingly every known genre out there. League of Legends, their MOBA is where it all started. Since then they have added Legends of Runeterra, a card game, Teamfight Tactics, an autochess, VALORANT an FPS and they have even informally announced an MMO. Another genre that they are working on is their fighting game, Project L. With that, fans will want to know what champions from the League of Legends universe are making their way into the game. Here is a continuously updating Project L Roster.
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Project L is currently a placeholder name for this game. As with every other Riot Games title since the major announcement of stepping into other games back in 2019, this game was given a project name. Apparently, they were working on potential ideas for games from AZ. Some like VALORANT have been released while some are still being made with little known about them since the announcement.
Speaking of VALORANT, it is the only game currently to have its own characters, separate from the world of League of Legends. Project L will not be the same.
Below is the current Project L roster along with some rumored champions.
The full roster will surely be revealed here over the next few months. As this is likely the next Riot Games IP to be coming out, the game should be released sometime in 2023. This is purely speculation though as nothing relating to the release date has been revealed just yet. The Project L Devs have stated that they will address the fans one more time near the end of 2022. This is generally the time Riot Games make some of their big announcements. One has to wonder if this will be when they announce the name of the game and its potential release date.
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