Riot Games’ tactical group shooter Valorant made its debut on PC a little over a yr in the past, attracting gamers from FPS and team-based video games. Now, the developer has introduced plans to deliver the title to mobile.
In an announcement celebrating the game’s first anniversary, Riot confirmed that it’s engaged on a mobile model of the free-to-play shooter, specifically Valorant Mobile.
The developer didn’t reveal too many particulars about the mobile model. However, its title does counsel it’ll be much like its PC sibling slightly than a full spin-off. Valorant’s government producer Anna Donlon advised Polygon that the mobile model would concentrate on the mobile participant’s wants. It received’t merely be a copy-paste model of the PC title. Donlon additionally confirmed that cross-play between PC and mobile wouldn’t be obtainable. As the gaming experiences on the platforms differ, Riot intends to maintain the two titles separate.
Riot is the newest large game developer to deliver a flagship shooter to mobile. EA-owned Respawn introduced plans to launch an Apex Legends mobile game, following in the footsteps of Fortnite, Call of Duty, and PUBG.
While Riot didn’t present an official timeline for the game’s launch, Donlan did inform Polygon that it is perhaps obtainable to play in “year two.”
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