Valorant Mobile Leaks, Enters Beta Testing

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After Apex legends, Valorant is also trying to put its hands in the Mobile Gaming World.

Games such as Fortnite, COD, Genshin Impact, and more have gained massive popularity as mobile gaming applications and have capitalized on this forefront. Many other games are soon to follow this trend due to the rise in players.

As everyone is waiting for Valorant to enter the Mobile Gaming era, some leaks have come from Twitter users and Testers. This information that has been leaked is not from any official Riot source, so the users should take this with a grain of salt.

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The recent tweet from the well-known Valorant player and Riot user name Valorleaks posted an image on his tweeter handle saying, “Valorant has entered Mobile Testing.” In the photo, there was Valorant mobile gameplay with on-screen buttons and all the controls used in Valorant. There are two other screenshots of Valorant menus that have been designed in an aesthetic that can only be used in a mobile application.

As per the UI designed for the game, it seems that the players would be easily able to use all the in-game features, same as the PC game. The UI appears to be a bit complicated to understand, but it is as – good – as it would be.

This is fascinating news for all the non – PC players because now they will be able to play this game on any device they want.


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Valorant has not officially mentioned anything about a mobile application being in the development or testing phase. Many players have also questioned these screenshots’ authenticity and wonder if the game will support cross-platform gameplay.

As per the picture, The agent selection screen confirms that at least Jett, Phoenix, Reyna, Breach, Skye, Sova, and Killjoy should be available in the mobile version. The loading screen also shows Cypher and Raze, but it’s unclear if the remaining agents will appear in-game.

  • It is a piece of very great news for mobile gamers.
  • But will the Riot be able to keep the game as it was at first?

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Ameya Hivarkar
Ameya Hivarkar
Being a 18-year-old, Ameya is interested to learn new things ranging from gaming to technology. He is passionate about keeping you all updated with his knowledge about new gaming trends and technology globally. He is currently contributing to BLARROW as a Content Writer.

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