Valorant is a compelling tactical shooter released and published by Riot this year for PC players. Players have to take control of “agents”, meaning characters who come from various countries and cultures. In the main mode of the game, the players have to either join the attacking or the defending team. Each team has five players participating, and “Agents” are using unique abilities and also an economic system for purchasing abilities and weapons.
Twitch TV is another fun way of making time passing, and you need a Valorant account for saving your progress during the live streaming service.
How to link to Twitch.TV
There are several simple steps:
- Create a Twitch account
- Go to Settings, and then to the Connections tab
- Select add and connect the Valourant account
- Click to confirm your account, and that’s all.
To be sure that the connection was successful, you’ll see the ‘Your Riot account is connected’ message.
Those willing to be playing Valorant will have to own PCs that have at least the following specifications:
- CPU: Intel i3-370M
- RAM: 4 GB
- Operating Systeem: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
- Video Card: Intel HD 3000
- Pixel Shader: 3.0
- Vertex Shader: 3.0
However, the recommended configuration is a little more demanding, especially the video card:
- CPU: Core i5-4460
- RAM: 4 GB
- Operating System: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
- Video Card: GTX 1050 Ti
- Pixel Shader: 5.1
- Vertex Shader: 5.1
- Dedicated Video RAM: 4096 MB
Valorant is expected to become another great shooter for the gaming world, and it’s exciting to look forward to see how its fanbase will evolve. The game is already being compared to Valve’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, as both titles are showcasing two teams of five people trying to plant a bomb. Also, other people are comparing Valorant to Blizzard’s hero-based shooter Overwatch.
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