VALORANT’s Patch 2.04 plans to bring new behavior detection, and severe penalties for AFK players and chat-based offenses.
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The VALORANT Champions Tour, currently taking place in Brazil, has been affected by a bug. In the Vorax vs SLICK match, the game crashed at the end of a match forcing players to restart.
One of Europe's outstanding VALORANT teams, SUMN FC had remained unsigned, despite consistent top finishes and a stellar performance at First Strike.
After collecting feedback from players, Riot Games have announced improvements to the ranked system for the rest of VALORANT Episode 2.
The Glitchpop collection, a set of weapon skins in a highly cyberpunk style, will soon return to VALORANT. Leaks about a 2.0 version of these weapons are gaining traction on social networks.
An all-new event, Home Ground by Red Bull promises to be a feast of top-tier VALORANT action. Here's what you need to know.
The US-based org finally revealed their Valorant roster after a lengthy observation of the scene, and will be led by captain Christine "potter" Chi.
The Valorant Champions Tour 2021 is about to begin, and for the occasion, Riot Games has released an explosive new trailer.
A new patch has been deployed in Valorant. It mainly updates Jett and Split, while many bugs have also been fixed.
Movistar Riders have terminated the contract of Valorant player Rui "Rapaztriste" Fonseca, after he was found to be 'using resources not allowed within the game' to gain a competitive advantage.
Tyson "TenZ" Ngo has decided to take a step back from competitive Valorant, leaving Cloud9 Blue to become a content creator.
Yoru, the new Valorant agent, is finally available in-game. The 2.0 patch notes also contain various character adjustments, bug fixes and weapon updates.
Riot Games has unveiled some of the new content coming to Valorant in Season 2, including a new map and a certain right-click nerf for the Classic.
One of the major changes to Valorant in Season 2 is a complete overhaul of the ranked system, with the addition of a leaderboard for players to gauge their progress.
Valorant Season 2 is about to begin and with it a new agent is coming to the game, but also a brand new battle pass with a whole bunch of new skins and cosmetics!
Valorant Season 2 sees the introduction of Yoru, a Japanese native with some serious deception skills. Here's an outline of what he can do.
Check out Valorant Season 2 Battle Pass. All the weapons, skins, and cosmetics that you'll be able to unlock while playing during this season are visible in this article.
Valorant's new agent has just been revealed by a Russian leaker. Possibly named Yoru, he's reminiscent of Omen as he's based on deception, invisibility and teleportation.
At 30 years of age, Counter-Strike legend Christopher "GeT_RiGhT" Alesund appears to be coming out of 'retirement' to compete in VALORANT.