Valorant Is Still Receiving A Lot Of Cheaters, But Riot Is Taking Swift Action With Their Vanguard System
Valorant is Riot’s new free multiplayer FPS. It has been well received since the closed beta version released in April. That’s a lot of comparisons with Counter Strike and for good reason. He has a lot of similar elements that have made this competitive shooter such a popular title in this space.
Lots of skills are involved and making success in matches a very rewarding experience. It’s not like you can just run and shoot, hoping to have a high level of success for an extended period of time. Instead, you need to use tactics, master the mechanics of each weapon, and learn the special skills of each hero.Valorant Is Still Receiving A Lot Of Cheaters, But Riot Is Taking Swift Action With Their Vanguard System
There is just one major drawback that seems to be holding it back from its true potential. It’s cheating. There are countless players trying to play the system and gain an unfair advantage over their opponents. This is to be expected with any competitive shooter, especially one that is free.
Riot didn’t back down and let the players go through frustrating experiences. They acted quickly and effectively. It has been reported – in fact – that Riot recently banned around 9,000 players.