Over on Twitter, Valorant executive producer Anna "SuperCakes" Donlon shared an update for the fans today on the future of Riot's new game. Supercakes explained how content drops will work, splitting them into six acts across two episodes a year.
“Episodes are meant to last about six months, with acts lasting about two months each,” SuperCakes explained. “Agents will release at the beginning of an act, so if your math skills are awesome, you’ve figured out that we’re targeting about six agents a year.”
The update video also teased a silhouette of a new agent that's set to release with Act Two. Riot hasn't given any details about the character but the silhouette shows that the character has a badass hairstyle.
She went on to ask for "a little bit of flexibility", saying that the company will follow players' cues on how many agents are too few or too many.
Six agents a year seems too many. I just hope that they will release new maps soon.
Valorant is now available for PC for free.