Theorycraft Games has revealed their upcoming unnamed debut title code-named Project Loki with a first-look video. It is a team-based competitive PvP game that blends genres and is aimed at becoming the “world’s next 10,000-hour game.” Watch the Project Loki first look here:
The game is being developed by developers who have worked on Valorant, Overwatch, Halo, Destiny, and Apex Legends. It is still in early development, but the developers have already announced a PC playtest for June 29 and 30.
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About Project Loki (via Theorycraft Games)
Project Loki is a squad-based hero battleground—a blend of genres and a new take on hero-based combat. Described by playtesters as “League meets Apex meets Smash,” Project Loki is an all-in-one group adventure, a competitive sandbox, and highlight factory. In a session of Loki, players will assemble a squad of heroes; outplay other teams in sprawling, free-flowing battles; run the edge of a huge world in the sky; and dream up crazy strategies in a massive combat sandbox.
Project Loki is still a work-in-progress, as the team has been developing from the core game loop (combat, movement, hero kits, etc.) out. This means meta-progression, competitive features, hero concepts, environmental design, and final art are all a work-in-progress.
Players hoping to get a feel of the game for themselves can sign up for the PC playtest through this link. For now, there is no word whether the game is coming to other platforms other than PC.