Valorant is an upcoming free-to-play multiplayer first-person shooter video game from Riot Games. It's the first game the Riot Games has developed in the genre. Developers have stated that the game has been optimized for a wide variety of PC hardware, and the baseline Valorant system requirements are surprisingly low.
Here is a list of minimum requirements that you need to meet for Valorant on your PC:
While players can still enjoy playing the upcoming Valorant at lower settings, these aren't the ideal way to play the game as high-end settings will certainly lead to better performance and doing away with lags. Therefore, we take you through the kind of settings that are actually recommended for playing Valorant. Here are the recommended specifications:
These are the specifications that a hardcore gamer would want to go for. 144 FPS will allow you to max out most consumer monitor's refresh rates while promising that you get to see every frame that the game can offer. And just like other shooter game, more frames will allow you to see things better in greater detail.
The developers recently gave out details on Valorant’s closed beta, which officially starts on April 7, 2020. The company made an announcement which states that the first wave of players will step into the server in April 2020 with limited space available for gamers from Europe, Canada, the United States, Turkey, Russia, and CIS.