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A Kyle Reese Expansion May Be Revealed Next Week For Terminator: Resistance

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A Kyle Reese expansion to the Terminator: Resistance (2019) first-person shooter may be revealed next week. Back in September, Reef Entertainment teased a new story DLC (downloadable character) expansion was coming.

An additional tease came about, when Reef Entertainment Tweeted Kyle’s serial number as a soldier: DN38416. Just wait until you hear how Kyle Reese and Jacob Rivers will still not be playable characters. Oops!


Terminator Resistance is available for the following platforms: PS4 (PlayStation 4), PS5 (PlayStation 5), Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows.

Project L Is Still In Development:

Riot Games Tom and Tony Cannon finally revealed the gameplay to a League of Legends game, called Project L. Over 2 years ago, Project L (a one-versus-one assist fighter in the style of Dragon Ball FighterZ and Marvel Vs Capcom) was revealed. While fans are still tuning in for Arcane, the animated series on Netflix, they have League of Legends to engage in, where if Project L ever gets released, they can call an AI fighter to help.

Four characters that will definitely be in the tag-team style fighting game, Project L are Ekko, Jinx, Ahri, and Darius, having their designs based from Arcane.

Project L - RiotX Arcane: Epilogue | The Right Foundation

Tom confirmed that the game would not be released in either 2021 or 2022.  He also said, “Our goal is to build a super high-quality fighting game that the FGC can invest deeply in, playing for years or even decades. That takes time to get right, and we’re not going to rush it.” 

Patience will show how much you truly appreciate Project L, waiting for the official release date. The game is planned to have “an easy-to-learn but hard-to-master mentality.”

“We also talk a little about one of our top priorities for the game: to build the absolute best in netcode that you can get in a fighter. Of course we’re starting with rollback as a foundation, and we’re adding in existing tech from Riot like RiotDirect, which does a great job at minimizing ping for League of Legends and VALORANT,”

Tom explained. Tom was generous enough to share that we will not hear about the project until the second half of next year, where they plan to give at least two updates next year. 

Isaiah Joshua is an author and poet and has a love for video games. In May 2016, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Arts and Science. As an avid gamer, some of his favorite games are "WWF No Mercy, Hitman, Manhunt, Sims 3, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter. Conscious in gaming culture, he is always researching gaming history, as well as the latest games to write about.