Riot Games aims to release six new heroes each year in Valorant

Riot Games & # 39; arena shooter Valorant is out in the wild and now that players have had some time with it, Riot is looking to the future. A new dev diary sets out a basic roadmap for the game's future, with the obvious addendum that plans can change as a result of working from home and planning vacations. You can view the full dev diary below.

One of the biggest highlights of this journal is how often new agents are released. Riot aims for each episode to last six months, with three laws per episode, with each law lasting two months. Each law also brings a new agent, so players may look at six new agents each year.

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New skins are added weekly or biweekly during Actions, while new game modes are added when they make sense, which is probably at the very beginning of Actions, but this can change. As an aside, new reporting tools are also being developed to curb the behavior of toxic players.

We continue to provide updates as Riot shares more information about how Valorant will change and improve in the coming months.

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