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Valorant – Four Game Modes We Want To See Post-Launch

Valorant’s closed-beta is currently being enjoyed by a lot of players. The developers are even planning to expand it to three new regions and will make it available in more regions soon. However, while the beta is fun and all, there are still a lot of things Riot can add to it to make the game even more fun. The game already has Agents who have different abilities that can be used in combat. But what players actually want to see are new game modes.

Possible Valorant Post-Launch Modes

Back in March, Riot confirmed that they are going to add more game modes to Valorant, but after its launch. Today, we’ll be talking about a few modes Riot should consider adding.


Team Deathmatch Mode

The Team Deathmatch mode is something that has remained one of the most popular modes in many multiplayer games such as CS:GO, Call of Duty, and PUBG. In it, the winner is determined based on the number of kills. The best part about Deathmatch is that you don’t worry about getting killed a lot as you’ll instantly get re-spawned. If Riot adds such a mode to Valorant, then things will get exciting for sure. Considering the immense popularity of the Deathmatch mode, we’ll most likely get to see it as one of the first modes to enter Valorant after its launch.

On-Shot-Kill Mode

This is yet another mode that has been seen in Call of Duty and Rainbow Six Siege. Instead of regular loadouts, players are given a special gun that takes down opponents in a single shot. But after every round fired, the gun takes some time to reload, thus putting the player in danger. If Riot decides to introduce it to Valorant, then the Sheriff would make a perfect weapon for it.

Sniper Only Mode

The Sniper Only mode will not only let players get more creative but will also allow them to practice their aim in a much better way. Either Riot can introduce a mode where two players can face off each other, or full teams. It will be more fun if the developers limit the choice of weapon to only the Operator, and let players deal damage with only headshots.


Hostage Rescue Mode

Hostage Rescue has remained a popular mode in both Rainbow Six Siege and CS:GO. One team has to protect the hostage, while the second one has to rescue them. In some cases, they also have to bring them back to a point after rescuing them. As Riot has agents with abilities, this mode would be really fun.

These were some modes that we’d like to see after Valorant gets released.

Abdul Haddi
I'm just a guy who loves playing video games and writing about them.


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