Riot Games’ hero shooter Valorant launches on PC on Tuesday, the 2nd of June, after a two month closed beta. The beta period will end on the 28th of May.
Valorant’s immensely popular closed beta is coming to an end, leaving everyone watching on Twitch – a number that soared to almost 2 million on its first day – with a lot more free time.
Between the 28th of May and the release date, Riot Games will be resetting accounts, so everyone will start off fresh, and adding a new mode, agent, and map. It’s also planning to add new servers in Atlanta, Dallas, London, Madrid, and Warsaw to reduce latency.
North America, Europe, South Korea, Brazil, Oceania, Japan and more will be able to play the game starting on the 2nd of June in a staggered rollout across the globe.
Valorant will be launching on PC, but the developers are also looking into bringing it to consoles and mobile devices.