The Valorant map was customized by fans using the Unreal Engine 5 programming tool, making Riot Games’ shooter no different from Triple A games.
Before launching Valorant to the community, Riot Games has oriented to develop its first-person shooter game that will develop in the direction of Esports (e-sports). To serve such an orientation, Valorant must be easily accessible as well as require the game’s hardware to be light. Of course, to make the game light, the game’s graphics must also be as light and streamlined as possible so that every gamer can experience it.
For professional gamers or “hardcore” gamers, streamlining every detail and low graphics is extremely important to them. These factors will increase the FPS (frame per second) as high as possible, and in any shooting game, the higher the fps, the better. However, there is still a part of gamers with the motto “gaming is to experience”, so they will care more about the graphics in the game than other factors. That’s why they will let the graphics configuration in the game be the highest, to be able to experience and feel the game the best. Although the graphics have been set to the highest conditions, it seems that it is still not enough for Valorant gamers.
A Valorant player, named Ravoux, has posted a video of the Valorant map he edited extremely realistically, no different from the graphics of Triple A games through Unreal Engine 5 software.
The video takes us on a tour of the Split map with prominent areas such as the entire B zone from B main to B Alley, the area where both the defensive and offensive sides appear, the A zone and the mid area. In addition, there are some other details that appear in the video such as Glitchpop shops, Japanese restaurants or the pier’s travel schedule… All of these details are shown extremely realistically and have a slightly similar direction. hybrid, similar to the Cyberpunk 2077 game.
It is known that Ravoux previously applied Unreal Engine 5 to the Icebox map and received a lot of support from the community. Hopefully in the future, the author will release more products for the Valorant community to admire.
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