Wait for Riot Games’ Valorant is over! 

The 5v5 character-based first-person tactical shooter game which was initially launched in the closed beta is now available to all PC gamers globally for free.

The game is set to take the gaming world by storm with its incredible gameplay and exciting battles between attackers vs defenders set on a near-future Earth. To win in Valorant, players lock in their agent for the entire duration of the match and then attempt to win a round-based, attackers vs defenders, best-of-24 rounds fight. 

There are many agents you can choose from like Viper who hails from the United States for her “Toxic Screen” or Pheonix from United Kingdom for his “Hot Hands.” All of the agents come from a real-world location and culture. Each agent brings a unique set of tactical abilities they can use to gather information, fortify locations, scout for enemy intel, breach defensive sites, control territory, and more.

Thinking how can I play this game? Well, follow these simple steps: 

  1. Download the game client from official VALORANT website. 
  2. After installation is complete, sign in with your Riot ID in the game’s client. If you don’t have one you will need to create a new account. 

Stay tuned on Paytm First Games Esports for more information.

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