Yasuo coming to LoL fighting game Project L

By Nicholas James


Aug 6, 2023

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The latest champion to come to Project L has been revealed. Yasuo, The Unforgiven will be the fourth champion seeing his debut at EVO this weekend.

Riot Games, the developers of League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra, Teamfight Tactics, and Valorant, has been drumming up hype for the upcoming fighting game. This game, dubbed Project L, is set in the League of Legends universe and features the same champions.

The game is being demoed at EVO this weekend. As a part of that, Yasuo has been revealed as the fourth character who will be playable for fans this week.

Yasuo, the Unforgiven joins Project L

It was revealed this morning that the fourth playable character and sixth announced character would be Yasuo, The Unforgiven. Yasuo is yet another character first created for League of Legends that will be getting an incarnation across his fourth title. In Project L, Yasuo is the game’s first stance fighter.

He offers extreme mobility and lots of combo potential. Much like his League of Legends counterparts, Yasuo in Project L specializes in getting close and fighting opponents with an extremely high skill-cap kit.

FGC content creator Maximillian Dood published a video detailing his time hands-on with Yasuo’s Project L kit. A key aspect of what he talks about with Yasuo is his ability to constantly discover and chain combinations. Apparently Yasuo enjoys letting enemies close some of the gap, so he can punish.

Yasuo has a basic stance that can cancel his other moves. This is what makes hit kit special, with his ability to chain absurd mixups and destroy enemies. Project L doesn’t yet have a release date but Riot has now shown off six champions for the game.

The four available champions at EVO were Darius, Ekko, Yasuo, and Ahri. The two that have been shown but aren’t yet playable are Jinx and Illaoi.


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