With Valorant soon celebrating its first anniversary, a mobile version of the FPS from Riot Games studios could be released this summer.
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In June 2020, Riot Games officially released their newest installment, Valorant. In closed beta a few months before launch, this FPS will soon celebrate its first anniversary, a year during which the developers have made many changes to improve the game, also adding many new features, either at the content level (maps and agents) and functionality (space for coaches).
As a reminder, Valorant was designed to be a competitive game, for esports, and that is why the game is currently only available on PC. However, this FPS could in a more or less distant future experience the same future as League of Legends and thus land on other platforms, such as console and mobile. Last year, during the beta phase, Riot Games said that Valorant could come to consoles after its official launch, but made it clear that the US studio is currently and exclusively focused on the PC scene. Joe Ziegler, Valorant Game Director at Riot Games, later said that the team was working hard to deliver the best possible PC experience, but were also exploring the possibility of releasing the game on other platforms, such as consoles and mobiles. while making sure.However, no other version will be released until the PC version is perfect in their eyes.
The 2021 summer season could mark a major turning point for Valorant, as Riot Games apparently plans to take advantage of E3 (scheduled for June 12-15) to reveal the first images of the mobile version of its FPS. Based on some data gleaned, Valorant Mobile is expected to be revealed this summer and the reveals are likely to arrive at the end of June. In an article published on May 3 by IGN IndiaIn particular, we learned that a version of Valorant for Android and IOS would be well in development and that Riot Games would be in the process of evaluating the markets in which the game would evolve.
Many publishers have taken the step in recent months to adapt their games on mobile devices, such as Apex Legends and PUBG New States, which must have forced Riot Games to review their plans and accelerate the development of Valorant Mobile.