Riot Games' Valorant Officially Joins The FPS Fight On 2 June

Remigio Civitarese
Mag 22, 2020

FPS fans, get your mice and keyboards ready, as Riot Games' highly-anticipated free-to-play tactical shooter, Valorant, will officially drop worldwide on 2 June for PC.

Here's Riot's Anna Donlon, Executive Producer, and Joe Ziegler, Game Director, chatting about the bit 1.0.

Shortly after the game's official launch, Riot Games has plans to release new game content, in the form of new game modes, agents, and maps to add more depth to gameplay.

The latest game from the League of Legends developer has been in closed beta since April, but that hasn't stopped the game from dominating the esports conversation for weeks now.

Now, with the beta coming to an end, we take a look at when exactly you'll have to tuck the game away for a while, as well as how much progress will carry over from the beta.

Riot Games also revealed in their blog post that all Valorant progress will be reset except for whatever you earned in the Closed Beta player pass.

Plus, "to meet rising player demand", the release says, Riot's "prioritised additional new game server deployments on their short-term roadmap in order to lower latency for Valorant players".

The game will be launching "across the majority of regions worldwide", Riot says as they talk about reaching out to players worldwide.

Lead game designer Joe Ziegler said in the video, "we've been wanting to get you this game to help brighten these tough times". The Closed Beta has been available for NA and European Union since April 7th, and in Korea and Brazil for the last few weeks. They'll also be deploying new servers in Warsaw, Madrid, London, Atlanta, and Dallas.

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