The leaked footage of Valorant Mobile hit the web, giving us a glimpse into the behavior of the tactical shooter for the first time. Above all, it’s also impressive.
Despite developer Riot Games announcing plans for Valorant Mobile last summer, there has been little information about the state of the port since. So this leak from the Chinese playtest is the first look at how hero shooters performed on mobile and the team took over from the PC version.
In a video by YouTuber Prettykin, You can see how the game is shaped-that is, pretty good. In the video below, you’ll see a player using Agent Phoenix and often see how Valorant runs, its graphics and PC version comparison, and how the UI is tuned to fit a smaller mobile screen. You can see.
The biggest change imminent is that it looks like the best 13 instead of the best 25 on the PC. This indicates that mobile Valorant supports shorter play sessions. However, keep in mind that this is an early playtest and many aspects of the game, such as the UI, may change.
Impressive … do the console now
Riot has a form for creating a great mobile version of the game. The team set a very high standard in League of Legends: Wild Rift. And this leak shows that the team is aiming to recreate the quality of Valorant Mobile.
Valorant presents a special challenge because tactical shooters rely on the mouse and keyboard for precise aiming. This is very difficult to achieve on the phone. As a result, Valorant Mobile takes longer to kill than PC, which can lead to different play styles. But it looks absolutely gorgeous, and it looks like it’s running smoothly, which is probably the most important thing to see in these early tests.
If Valorant on mobile proves to be a successful port, hopefully the company will turn its gaze to the console. There, first-person shooters are a much easier translation.
Riot Games has so far been sorry for the possibility of bringing the game to the console. Work posted in February (via Valor Leaks) Suggests that the console version is in the table, but there is no official announcement or indication of whether it will actually be released.
Valorant has a huge audience, and the game regularly attracts more than 130,000 simultaneous viewers on Twitch, making it the third-watched game on the platform last year ( Sullygnome). However, if you can get into the living room of more players, you have the potential to grow further. I hope it will happen in the not too distant future.