About the game
Valorant is a multiplayer tactical FPS created by Riot Games. In it, the players can choose one of the numerous agents with special abilities and fight it out in the classic competitive shooter format.
Could we see Clash introduced as a game mode to Riot Games' Valorant?
Project A, recently revealed as Valorant, is Riot Games' tactical shooter coming out this summer. The gameplay footage released earlier this month has left some fans speculating if the game is going to feature a competitive weekly tournament mode, such as Clash.
Phoenix is the first Valorant agent to be officially unveiled
Riot Games recently revealed more about Phoenix, Valorant's agent that hails from the United Kingdom. The man is handy with his flashbang that curves around the corners and could potentially be a fan favourite.
Valorant: How the abilities will work
Riot Games specifically stated that abilities will play a role in Valorant but shooting will still be at the game's core. We all know how shooting works in general so here is a quick overview of how the abilities will work and when they will be available.
Valorant system requirements - It will run on toasters
Riot Games revealed PC requirements for Valorant. The shooter will apparently run at 144 FPS on four-year-old mid-tier GPUs while even integrated graphics will be able to run it at 30 FPS. Here are all the specs and their supposed performance.
Valorant release window and gameplay revealed
Riot Games officially unveiled Valorant, formerly known as Project A. The game is set to release during summer 2020, aiming to become the next big thing in the world of competitive first-person shooters.