Valorant's Act II update adds a new battle pass and deathmatches

Riot Games has revealed what Valorant players can expect in Act II — the free-to-player shooter’s take on seasons — when it drops tomorrow (August The biggest addition is a new battle pass that gives owners a bunch of new cosmetics to unlock, including weapon skins and keychain-style ‘gun buddies,’ sprays, player titles and ‘player card’ artwork, and Radianite Points, a currency that can be spent on individual weapons to access even flashier skins and visual effects. Just like the previous battle pass, which launched on June 2nd with the game’s general release, it will cost 1,000 Valorant Points, a premium currency that can be bought for $9.99.

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The biggest addition is a new battle pass that gives owners a bunch of new cosmetics to unlock, including weapon skins and keychain-style ‘gun buddies,’ sprays, player titles and ‘player card’ artwork, and Radianite Points, a currency that can be spent on individual weapons to access even flashier skins and visual effects.

Riot is stressing that this particular option will be launching in “a beta test window,” so don’t be surprised the mode is a little unstable or pulled down the line. “If we find things are stable and performative, we’ll eventually leave the game mode on,” the developer explained in a press release.

In a press release, the developer said it would be a ten-player “free-for-all” that gives “dedicated gunslingers chance to test their flicks. ” That means no fantastical abilities and infinite money so players can pick and switch weapons at any time.

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