Valorant shows no signs of slowing down, with a reported leak that suggests the mobile beta is on the horizon and the addition of new tech to combat disruptive behaviour, support is in abundance.
Riot Games has delivered some of the most prominent multiplayer titles to date, with the MOBA League of Legends, and their latest popular tactics based shooter Valorant, the sky is the limit for the company that made LoL stand for something other than ‘laughing out loud’. With the paint barely dry on the well received LoL based Netflix series Arcane, Riot has other plans in the near future regarding Valorant.
With the recent successes of games like PubG Mobile, it’s an absolute no-brainer as to why Riot has decided to seemingly port their shooter over to mobile, and in the latest report from InsideSport, there have been many prominent Twitter members close to the project that have announced Mobile Beta plans for the huge title. All of these news tidbits should be taken with a grain of salt however, due to the lack of a formal announcement being given to the Beta project so far.
All the news points towards a July release of the Mobile Beta thus far, but reports aren’t very dense, considering they’re of a leaky nature and not law until a formal announcement arrives. With July not too far off, it is likely Riot will reveal more information as the hotter months get closer.
Valorant Tech To Combat Toxic Community Members
Let’s face it, with online communities there are always those who choose the path less travelled and make it their mission to make life a little less inclusive for the rest of players. Due to this toxicity, the creators of Valorant will be implementing special technology to weed out the players who engage in hostile communications for the community.
With regular updates coming to the popular shooter such as the latest episode 5 act 1 patch 5.0, Riot Games has been on the ball fixing Valorant for all players. Voice evaluation tech will be deployed by the developers in hopes to monitor and deter players looking to ‘troll’ on the games servers.
The voice evaluation technology is still in its infancy stage though, so the time for it to make an actual impact may be a way off. The initial roll-out of the tech will be on July 13th, only for English-speaking North America-based players. Until a further beta is launched after this, the technology still won’t be used to combat toxic behaviour until a later date. Fans can blast over to the Valorant news website to view what’s to come to the exciting shooter.