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Riot Games ‘Project A’ Details Have Been Revealed Following League Of Legends’ 10th Anniversary Announcements

On Riot Games’ 10th Anniversary, they announced up to six new titles that are in development. Among them is a tactical character-based multiplayer first-person shooter called “Project A.” It had been rumored to be a crossbreed between Overwatch and Counter Strike: Global Offensive in which new details have surfaced all over the internet regarding this upcoming FPS game.

Ex-Pro and CS:GO Commentator Henry ‘HenryG’ Greer had the privilege to try out this first-person shooter game and has offered to give out fresh new details for everyone interested.

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HenryG has laid out all the details as to what to expect on Project A. In the beginning, players will have to choose a class that will allow them to purchase various abilities. He also explained that the game has very well designed maps that give him CS:GO vibes. The game is also smoother to play compared to all the other FPS games that everyone has been grinding on.

The Ex-Pro has also stated that Project A might be one of the best games he has ever played since CS:GO in a tweet he posted a while back.

Several games was announced to be in development in this includes a new mobile and console version of Riot Games’ highly praised MOBA game League of Legends reimagined as a card game called Legends of Runeterra. Also, among them is an MMO/Dungeon Crawler multiplayer game called “Project F.” If you look closely, it resembles a lot like Blizzard’s current games like HearthstoneOverwatchDiablo, and World of Warcraft. Only time will tell what unique differences these new games will be sporting for them to stand out. 

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No other details have been revealed aside from HenryG’s statement during his test out at Riot Games EU. The company has yet to make announcements regarding this matter. For now, Riot Games are concentrating on the LCS 2020 Spring tournament in which 10 teams participate, namely, 100 Thieves, Cloud9, Immortals, Team SoloMid, Dignitas, FlyQuest, Evil Geniuses, Golden Guardians, Team Liquid, and Counter Logic Gaming. All teams will be competing against each other in the professional League of Legends with the top six teams continuing to the playoffs, top four teams to play in the winner’s bracket while 5thand 6th play in the loser’s bracket. The entirety of this competition will end on Mar. 22.

New announcements should be expected very soon with regards to Project A’s status along with the other games that are also in development as Riot Games stated in their anniversary stream in 2019, which fans have been waiting in anticipation since then.

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