Riot Games’ Project L finally has a real name: 2XKO is coming in 2025 to PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S

The wait is finally over. Riot Games’ fighting game – formerly known as Project L – has been given its proper name. 2XKO is here, and Riot is aiming to release it some time in 2025.

The name, which we can assume is a shorthand reference to the fact that the game is a 2v2 fighter, comes with a short, but sweet, selection of additional announcements. For one, we finally have confirmation of 2XKO’s launch platforms. The game will be coming to PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.

We’ve also been given a peak at the 2XKO 2024 roadmap. The game will be playable at Evo Japan, which we knew already thanks to the Project L website, but the development team is also hoping to have at-home playtesting this year. This will come as sweet succor for those who have been desperate for signs of a Project L demo for years. As with the 2025 release window, no concrete language nor specific date, so this could be anytime in the next nine months.

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