- Valorant’s new Agent might be a Vampire according to recent information. The new agent will be the first agent coming during the beta.
Valorant Beta is going well and is very popular on various platforms. Two weeks ago, Valorant was able to break a single day/hours watched Twitch record with 1.7 million hours. This number was normal since Riot Games mode Twitch drops the only way to access Beta. Players need to watch streams and hope for a beta access code. Honestly, Riot Games played this very well and they also stated there will be game-changing updates during the beta with 2 new Agents and 2 new maps. The new Valorant Agent can be a Vampire.
#VALORANT Will have a new agent soon. This agent will be a Vampire. Only his Q ability is known. It will heal his “bloodarmour”. Retweet if hyped! #leaks pic.twitter.com/FY4uPbwdQD
— GiGitex (@GGitex) April 29, 2020
During the prep phase before a round starts, several voice command lines of Agents were saying ” Sabine, Sabine what have been working on over there? “. This line was always attributed to Viper. However, according to new information, this might be attributed to the new Agent, with life-sucking abilities just like a Vampire. Also the name Sabine is fitting for a Vampire. The new agent might be a healer agent since we only have Sage in that category. This might mean the new Vampire Agent might be working like Moira from Overwatch. The abilities of Agents in Valorant are generally very close to Overwatch heroes.
On other news, players are furious at Riot Games because of the prices of the cosmetics. The new Prism Collection is $50 and this is an insane amount for a skin. Riot Games officials tried to explain the situation but the player base is not satisfied. Riot Games should not have pulled something like this during the beta since this is just a testing phase and also the price is very expensive. The recent Beta problem was the health and damage input and Riot stated that they will try to fix it. The developers are rushing to get the game going around Summer 2020.
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