Riot Games, the creators of League of Legends and a developer-publisher with deep pockets have done it again. Their newest game Valorant is already capturing gamer’s attentions in droves simply by virtue that they are Riot Games. The shooter genre has been dominated for years now by games like Call of Duty or Overwatch – while these titles dominate numbers wise, their gameplay leaves much to be desired from an artistic standpoint which can lead players’ interest waning quickly enough if there isn’t anything new being offered at regular intervals; this is where Valerant steps up its game (pun intended) as it offers gamers not only something visually pleasing but also more dynamic than what we’ve seen before through unique weapons classes such as Support Nanites and Combat Sens
It’s true that Valorant is Riot’s best crack at Counter-Strike, but the ways it remixes Valve’s blueprint are what make it excellent. Anonymous gangs of counter-terrorists are replaced by a cast of vibrant agents with talents that match their personalities. In a very Overwatch fashion, these colorful individuals quip and banter back and forth as they battle for control over contested points on the map like an evil league of supervillains–a team deathmatch in which nobody has to stay dead! It has the same upbeat vibe as Blizzard Entertainment Inc.’s popular game Heroes Of The Storm or League Of Legends And Summoner Wars: Aeon Menace Board Game ‘Attack On Mech City’ Expansion Pack (2nd Edition).
Has some character variety
Emphasis on individual skill
Everyone has access to the same weapons
Most elements of the game are skill-based
The game is generally intense
Free on release
Hard entry point, higher limits
Each character has no personality
Holding angles is important
Generally need the better reaction time
The game is bland visually.