In this post, we are going to discuss about Project A release date, platforms, and all the available details. The game was revealed last year during Riot Games‘ League of Legends 10th Anniversary Celebrations, as everyone got to see what the developers have in store for future besides hosting LoL reveals. While we all are waiting for it to come out, we have got some details that will be important for all the gamers to know. So, stick with the post and you will get to know all the available details across the cyberspace.
Project A Release Date
As of now, no release date has been announced, in fact, no details have come out about the game since it was revealed at the League of Legends event. However, it has been teased since a long time that the game will release in sometime 2020, although 2020 is already February deep.
Project A: What Is The Game About?
The game is a competitive shooter, although not much details are available on the format and gameplay of it. Nonetheless, it looked like similar to Counter Strike gameplay, which is one of the most popular games across the world. Moreover, the game is tagged as ‘Tactical FPS’ by the people working at Riot, and they believe that they are building on the genre rather than joining the other games in the genre. Here is the teased video of the game by Riot Games!
While releasing the trailer, Anna Donlon informed, “we’re going heads down for a while, but expect to hear more from us in 2020”. So, we are awaiting more details to come out soon!
Project A Platforms
No details are available about the official formats, although it is expected that the game will be available for cross platform play and might be released to Xbox, PC, and PlayStation, as well as to mobile operating systems such as Android and iOS.
Project A Reviews
HenryG, a well-known former CS:GO professional player and commentator tested the game, and here is what he shared on Twitter afterward:
Hello! Strap yourself in. I had the chance to spend a day playing #ProjectA at Riot EU. Today, I'm allowed to share some of my initial thoughts and impressions. Please bear with me, I can't go into too much detail about the specifics of a lot of the gameplay until a later date.
— HenryG (@HenryGcsgo) February 11, 2020
Another former CS:GO player Rambo Kim also shared his views about the game as he tested the game.