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‘Valorant’ patch 4.08 introduces Fade and nerds Jett

The latest patch is here Valorantwhich brings with it a number of changes, including the new Fade character.

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Earlier this week Riot Games unveiled Fade, the next character to be released Valorant in patch 4.08, now available. Riot has also released the patch notes for this new update, which changes Jett’s sprinting ability, as revealed last week. Jett is not the only character receiving changes in this update, however.

Neon has undergone some changes in quality of life, and now that it kills an enemy, the battery power it receives has been increased to 100%, up from 25%. Riot noted in the patch notes that Neon is “facing some friction while using the move to get into combat”, so they have made some changes such as removing the speed limit and the possibility of sliding sideways and forward, with the only requirement. it would be moving.

And Sova has also undergone a huge number of changes. For this update, Riot “wanted to focus on addressing the amount of space almost guaranteed by Owl Drone, and introducing additional countermeasure opportunities for opponents.”

In terms of gameplay, the length of the drone was reduced from 10 to 7 seconds. His health was reduced from 125 to 100. And the arrows exposure reduced the number of pings from three to two, and the initial delay before the first ping increased from 1.2 seconds to 1.6.

For competitive upgrades, various 5-steel constructions have reduced degree gain and reduced penalty. For example, if every member of a player’s party is an Iron Diamond 2, there is no reduced rank penalty if you are in the normal party, but each player has a 25% penalty if one of them falls out of the normal group. .

Bugs such as Yoru doing teleports outside borders and Gatecrash in use have also been fixed.

You can check out the full patch notes here.

In other news, Dead by Daylight it will add its first LGBTQIA2 + character to the next update.

Akira

Il n'y a pas de honte à être faible, la honte est de le rester.

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