Valorant is a team-based FPS (First Person Shooter) game set in the near future. Players take control of agents, that is, characters who come from different countries and cultures around the world. Agents have unique abilities and use an economic system to purchase their abilities and weapons. The game offers a wide range of weapons, including pistols, assault rifles, pump guns, machine guns, and sniper rifles.

It is a difficult game to master, it requires a lot of practice, knowledge, and dedication. It forces you to collaborate and interact with people. It is extremely exciting and unpredictable. It can be really comprehensive or really simple. It leaves a huge space for creativity. It requires a lot of engagement in quick thinking and acting. The feeling of winning is extremely rewarding.

Valorant was developed with a focus on two main things: making tactical shooters and eSports more accessible to new players and establishing a game that would attract many competitors while shedding light on many critical points noticed and brought up by professional gamers of this genre.

It’s a team-based first-person shooter that takes place in the near future. Players play as one agent out of many agents – characters from different countries and cultures around the world. In the main game mode, players are assigned to either an attacking team or a defending team, with each team having five players. Agents have unique abilities, each of which needs to be paid, as well as a unique ultimate ability that requires charging through killings and deaths, finding orbs, or achieving goals. Each player starts each round with a “classic” pistol and one or more “signature ability” charges. Other weapons and abilities can be purchased using the in-game economic system that awards money based on the outcome of the previous round, any killings the player is responsible for, and any goals that have been completed.