Valorant Twitch Drop Availability Opens Up To All Streams
The Closed Beta of Valorant has been getting quite the attention and reception recently, though, actually getting to play in the game has been fairly hit or miss for fans. To access the beta, players were asked to watch Valorant Twitch streams for a chance to get a code, but sadly, it’s proven to be quite difficult to get one. Thankfully, Riot Games is now aiming to change the way codes are given out so players can have an easier time trying out the hot new title for themselves.
A new post from Riot Games reveals that all Valorant streams will now be dropping Closed Beta codes, making it much easier for fans to get in on the beta for themselves and try out the next big competitive shooter. Up until now, players were required to link their Riot Games account to Twitch and watch specific streams labeled as containing Twitch Drops. Then, players just had to wait to receive a code, if at all, making it a game of chance.
— VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) April 14, 2020
Though this solution opens up the availability of Twitch Drops, it doesn’t increase the Drop frequency, so players will still need to rely on a bit of chance to get one. In addition, Riot Games has teased that players should be getting access to these elusive codes at any time, also promising to open the doors to more regions around the world such as Brazil, Latin America, and Korea. Though, there was no timeframe on when each might happen.
The Valorant Closed Beta is currently live, with a full release of the game looking to arrive sometime later this year for PC. Have you gotten a code from the Twitch Drops yet? What are you enjoying most about the Closed Beta? Let us know your thoughts on the Valorant closed beta and more in the comments section below. As always don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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