announced today that its team-based shooter will have its official launch for PC on June 2.
The free-to-play game has been in beta since April 7 and has already become a hit with many streamers, influencers, and pro players. That testing period will end on March 28. Once that happens, Riot will reset player accounts and patch in new content. Setting back player progress from a beta is common for competitive games like this, as it will put everyone on equal footing when Valorant launches.
For years, Riot has focused on a single game, the MOBA . While that free-to-play title has been a huge hit, Riot has begun to diversify its library in recent years, including with the auto battler and the digital