Anna Donlon, producer of the tactical shooter game Valorant, developed by Riot Games, announced that he would never buy a patch again until the official launch of the closed beta version of the game. In an announcement on his Twitter account, he also gave tips on updates.
Producer Anna Donlon’s tweetabout the game, delights the actors. Donlon reported that in-game errors such as hit record delays, unwieldy blood and unstable FPS problems have been corrected. The only problem is that players will not be able to access these fixes until the official launch of the game, so players who do not consider downloading the betauntil their servers close seem to have to deal with a little more problems.
The full list of patch notes will also be announced on June 2,the launch date of the game. The closed beta version of Valorantexpires on May 28,but the prizes earned from the closed beta player card and the cash purchased for the Valorant store will continue to be available regardless of whether it has been spent. Even better, your in-game cash will get a 20 percent bonus, so if you bought and spent 1,000 Valorant points, you will have 1,200 Valorant points after June 2.
While most countries will have access to Valoranton June 2,India, the Middle East, Vietnam and several other regions will have to wait a little longer.
Riot Games waged war on cheaters
Riot Games, especially in his new game Valorant, has a very serious reaction to cheaters. Although it is currently in closed beta,the game continues to be talked about a lot, and comes with software called”Vanguard”to prevent those who cheat in it. Riot,which does not allow the game to open without this software, allows people who cheat.
In a recent statement, the company announced that Vanguard had banned 8,873 tricksduring the closed beta period. Following the announcement by Philip Koskinas, the engineer behind Riot Games’ anti-cheating software, many players said they were banned for no reason.
The considerations that Vanguardconsiders before understanding a person are not yet known, but we can say that it came with a very strict system. Koskinas and his team announced that they are constantly tracking fraudulent sites to detect new cheating softwaredeveloped for Valorant.