2XKO Explains the New Fuse System Mechanic

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    Riot Games unveiled extensive details about the new fuse system mechanic of 2XKO. These details come from their official X/Twitter account, where they provided gameplay footage for demonstration purposes.

    2XKO, formerly Project L, is a highly anticipated upcoming fighting game. Until the game’s release, Riot is posting informative content on their social media to prepare players for success. Here are the components of the new mechanics coming to 2XKO.

    The Details Behind 2XKO’s Fuse System Mechanic

    Yasuo and Darius getting ready to clash against each other, both fully equipped with their respective 2XKO fuse system mechanic

    Well-known Marvel vs Capcom 2 player mvcClockw0rk explained the 2XKO fuse system mechanic on their social media. The fuse system consists of a unique set of strategies you can give your team before the fight starts. Players from many fighting games will be familiar with some strategies. Some borrow techniques from other games, such as Guilty Gear Strive and Marvel vs Capcom

    The four strategies of the fuse system mechanic are 2X Assist, Fury, Double Down, and Freestyle. Check out the X/Twitter thread below for more information on how each technique functions:

    Riot’s new fighting game, 2XKO, is an innovative free-to-play 2D fighter set in the League of Legends universe. It features 2v2 combat where each player controls a pair of characters from the game. It introduces a simplified control scheme with three attack buttons and easy-to-execute special moves, similar to Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising. The game tries to aim for accessibility while maintaining depth for competitive play.

    Additionally, the character roster includes familiar faces like Ahri, Darius, Ekko, and Yasuo, with more expected to be announced. Behind Project L are notable figures from the fighting game community, including Tom and Tony Cannon, founders of the EVO championship series and pioneers of the rollback netcode, GGPO.

    Lastly, 2XKO will be fully released in 2025 for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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