Project F: Riot's New Action-RPG Game Release Date, Gameplay, Trailer And More From Riot Pls
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Project F: Riot's New Action-RPG Game Release Date, Gameplay, Trailer And More From Riot Pls

Chris Trout
20 October 2019

Within the 10 year anniversary edition of Riot Pls, multiple games were announced from Riot Games, one of those being Project F. Here's what we know about this action-RPG.

Within the 10 year anniversary edition of Riot Pls, multiple games were announced from Riot Games, one of those being Project F, as well as Legends of Runeterra, Teamfight Tactics Mobile, Project A, Project L and League of Legends: Wild Rift; including some League of Legends updates about their new character Senna. Project F was only briefly shown, but it appears to be an action-RPG from the little that was shown. Unlike its new sibling-games, Riot Games notably avoided any prolonged discussion about Project F in their announcement video.

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What Is Project F?

At this moment in time, it is unclear exactly what Project F is. It's being speculated that it is an action-RPG, similar to Diablo, with a multiplayer dungeon crawler experience. Riot described the game as “a project that explores the possibilities of traversing the world of Runeterra with your friends” in an email to Polygon.

It can be assumed that this game will be appropriate for all platforms.

Release Date

There is no release date for this game at present, however it is likely we will hear more about it in 2020.

 

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Chris Trout
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