In recent years, the biggest PC and console shooters have also released mobile counterparts, broadening the audience for these games quite dramatically in some markets. Like Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG, Battlefield and others, Valorant will soon be available on iOS and Android devices.
As reported by DannyIntel, Riot appears to have begun testing Valorant Mobile in China with a limited multiplayer test. In the gallery below, you can see some screenshots of the mobile version, including the UI and touch control interface.
Riot Games has found plenty of success on mobile in recent years with games like Wild Rift and Legends of Runeterra. Soon, it looks like Valorant will be added to that list.
Previously, Riot has also previously confirmed that it has prototyped a console version of the game, but an Xbox, PlayStation or Switch release has not been announced.
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KitGuru Says: Judging by the screenshots, Valorant Mobile will be standard Valorant gameplay and maps but with touch controls. We've seen battle royale and deathmatch games find success on mobile, but can that be achieved with a slower, 5v5 competitive FPS?