- New details about Riot Games ’Project A shooter have surfaced online.
- Ex-pro and eSports commentator, Henry ‘HenryG’ Greer, shared his impressions after testing the game for a day.
- Project A borrows from the CS: GO formula, injecting it with character-based elements for a slick experience.
Last October, League of Legends developer Riot Games unveiled a dizzying array of new projects in the works, among them, a competitive character-based tactical shooter code-named Project A.
Four months on, ex-pro and CS: GO commentator, Henry ‘HenryG’ Greer, has offered fresh details courtesy of a day spent at Riot EU trying out Project A .
It all sounds like Riot Games has its sights set on emulating CS: GO’s format while incorporating a sprinkling of elements from character-based titles like Apex Legends and Overwatch.
While tempering expectations this far ahead of release is wise, the news is highly encouraging. There’s little doubt that Riot Games wants Project A to become a dominant entry in the FPS genre. Dethroning CS: GO is no small feat, but early impressions suggest Project A seemingly has what it takes to do just that.