Riot Games, the creator of new 5v5 free-to-play FPS, Valorant, is reportedly considering bringing the PC game to console.
In the video interview, which you can watch below, Donlon explains that a console Valorant is something Riot has been “prototyping,” but that the game doesn’t necessarily translate to console all that well right now.
“We are definitely prototyping that right now,” Donlon said. “But there’s a way to play this game and there’s a way to experience this game that we’re not entirely sure translates completely to console play.”
Donlon added that it’s not a “no” for the game coming to console right now.
The fact the team has tried to make the game playable on console makes sense when considering recent rumours about the idea.
A datamine leak from May of this year seems to show that Valorant could be headed to PS4. The leak reportedly unearthed references to a PS4-friendly version of the free-to-play game. As reported by wccftech, known leaker @Valorantleaked shared the news to Twitter, and has since provided the publication with an image of their findings.
As you can see in the below image [via wccftech], references to iOS, Android and PS4 can be seen within the game files. Whether that means Valorant will be going multi-platform remains to be seen, as it could just be remnants of the testing phase.
Valorant has now left beta, and is available on PC.
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