On February 23, Riot Games announced the official name of the highly anticipated 2v2 team fighting game: 2XKO. Previously known as Project L, the game is scheduled for full release in 2025 and will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S, as well as PC.

As part of the celebration of the new name, Riot Games officially opened 2XKO’s social media accounts.

Interested players can join the community via @ accountsPlay2XKO On platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and Facebook.

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These platforms will offer fans many opportunities to receive exclusive information about the game, follow developments, express their opinions and more.

Although 2XKO now has an official name, Riot Games emphasized that there is still a lot of work to be done in collaboration with the fighting game community.

Playtests will be conducted, allowing the development team to collect valuable feedback from participants.

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Throughout 2024, Players will have the opportunity to try 2XKO demos at events around the world. The first stop will be EVO Japan in April 2024, with other events to follow throughout the year.

Additionally, Riot Games aims to begin at-home playtesting before the end of the year, and those interested can sign up on the official 2XKO website to participate.

Founded in 2006, Riot Games specializes in the development, publishing and support of games focused on players around the world.

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With games such as League of Legends, VALORANT, Teamfight Tactics, Legends of Runeterra and League of Legends: Wild Rift, Riot has been a pioneer in creating some of the most popular and watched esports in the world.

Additionally, the company is expanding its presence through multimedia projects that include music, comics, board games, and the popular Emmy-winning animated series Arcane.

*This content was rewritten with the help of artificial intelligence, based on information provided by Riot Games, and reviewed by a journalist and editor.


Source: Exame

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