Most shooter games suffer from peeker\u2019s advantage, which players often attribute to lag. But developers always had a problem of balancing the game to compensate for different network speeds in online matches.\r\n\r\nRiot Games\u2019 Anna Donlan is so confident they cracked the code that she made a bold announcement. During the League of Legends' 10th-anniversary stream, the executive producer claimed that Project A would not have such problems. The game is the developer\u2019s new character-based tactical shooter title characterized by precise gunplay.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?time_continue=2&v=4iGU6PctOBg[\/embed]\r\n\r\nThe character you play will determine your fighting strategy. Each of the lethal characters has their own distinct abilities. For now, however, Riot Games has not released any details on the Project A characters.\r\n\r\nBut what Donlan revealed during the stream, which interested fans, is their take on the peeker\u2019s advantage. She said they are aware of the issue that hounds most tactical shooter games. It is why they hired developers to help them crack the code to find the right balance for seamless gameplay. As Donlan added, they \u201cneed to solve the right problems.\u201d\r\n\r\nPeeker\u2019s advantage occurs when two players from different networks see things at different times in the same match. Developers often try to find the perfect balance to make the matches competitive for two players with different broadband speeds. This lag compensation exists to make sure those with high-speed broadband connections won\u2019t get an edge all the time.\r\n\r\nHowever, lag compensation is not a perfect system. But developers have not released a better alternative so far.\r\n\r\nShe said low server tick rates have caused bullets not to register, but nobody has been able to resolve the issue. Fans might have heard about solutions like dedicated servers but nothing about the peeker\u2019s advantage or low ping.\r\n\r\nHowever, with Project A, they are trying to do things that have never been done before. They will go big as they take on netcode and global infrastructure to eliminate peeker\u2019s advantage. Or in her own words, they need to \u201cgo to war\u201d against the peeker\u2019s advantage.\r\n\r\nA peek of the shooter game reveals that it is a cross between Counter-Strike and Overwatch or PUBG. The developer said the game would take place in the very near future, which means modern warfare tech. The setting feels a lot like old-school Counter-Strike, but the colorful cast of characters reminds one of Overwatch.\r\n\r\nRiot Games has not yet announced a release date for Project A.