Riot Games Officially Announce New Multiplayer Shooter

What's your best guess for what the A in Project A stands for?

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During a 10th anniversary League of Legends livestream taking place early this morning, Riot Games announced that they’re working on plenty of a new games, the most interesting of which being Project A, a tactical character based shooter coming to PC that looks like a blend of Overwatch and Counter Strike. Check out the trailer below.

Project A is set on a near-future Earth, and will feature a varied cast of characters with unique abilities. More details are set to be revealed in 2020, but with the incredible success of League of Legends, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Project A become an absolute juggernaut in both eSports and the PC gaming community at large. However, Riot aren’t done there.

Project L is the codename for the already confirmed fighting game that was stealthily announced at EVO, with the only details known right now are that it’ll be set in the League of Legends universe and it’s being developed by the team behind Rising Thunder, and there was a tiny bit of gameplay shown. On top of that, Riot also teased Project F, the codename for a project that allows you to explore the world of Runeterra with friends. With only a brief screenshot of top down gameplay shown, it looks like Project F might be a dungeon crawler of some kind.

Riot also announced League of Legends: Wild Rift, a new 5v5 MOBA designed for mobile and console play. While you might think that’s a port of the PC version of League, and it will feature much of the same gameplay, Wild Rift is a redesigned experience that includes twin-stick movement controls and a multiplayer experience that aims for shorter matches. Mobile registrations are live now on the Google Play Store, with Wild Rift launching on mobile first in 2020, with a console release after that.

All in all, Riot Games are on a mission to bring as many games to as many players as possible. Are you excited for any of these announcements? Let us know in the comments below.

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