Valorant Episode 4 Act 2

Valorant Episode 4 Act 2 Will Go Live on the 1st of March

Valorant Episode 4 Act 2 will release on the 1st of March, 2022. Unfortunately, the new Act won’t be bringing a new map or a new agent. However, as always, it will bring a new battle pass.

According to Anna Donlan, the Executive Producer and Lead of the Dev team at Valorant, the new update emphasises “strengthening the foundation” and “overall health” of the game. The update will balance the agents, existing maps, rank experience, and promote fair behaviour of players. Moreover, it will also bring a ton of new skins in-store as well as with battle pass.

Valorant Episode 4 Act 2 Battle Pass Rewards 

The Valorant Episode 4 Act 2 Battle Pass will go live as soon as the update goes live on the server. As always, the battle pass will cost 1000 VP, and it will reward players with exclusive weapon skins, gun buddies, sprays and player cards. 

The developers wanted to design items that players can use to “express themselves.” 

Laura Baltzer, the associate producer at Riot Games, said, “We wanted the items to feel as true to the regions that inspired them as possible.” As a result, they collaborated with the regional teams to come up with designs that are “relevant” to players.

Following are the highlights of the new battle pass:

The new battle pass will feature three new skin sets: the Striker line, the Lycan’s Bane line, and the Divine Swine line.

The new battle pass includes nine new game buddies. 

Unlike last battle passes, this battle pass includes 15 player cards rather than 12.

It also features 12 exclusive sprays inspired by pop culture and, of course, memes.

As always, Riot Games never fails to design intriguing battle passes. Valorant Episode 4 Act 2 Battle Pass features tons of exciting rewards. The designers put a lot of thought into designing the battle pass and it is quite apparent after seeing it. 

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