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Valorant developer delivers a disappointing update to the replay system

Valorant developer delivers a disappointing update to the replay system
Declan McLaughlin

Valorant executive producer Anna Donlon gave fans an unfortunate update on Valorant's upcoming reboot system.

in Press Conference Ahead of the VCT Masters Madrid Grand Finals, Valorant head Anna Donlon confirmed to players that a replay system was coming, but was unable to commit to a release date.

Valorant players have been clamoring for a replay system in the Riot Games title almost since its launch. Valve's counterpart to the game, Counter-Strike, has a replay system that allows players to look at matches from all angles, which is a tremendous help for professional teams in creating strategies and confronting opponents.

Riot said from the beginning that a replay system was coming to the FPS game but did not provide details about its expected arrival.

“Implementation is more complex [a replay system] In Valorant than we wanted it to be. A lot of that has to do with the improvements we made to the game even before we launched it. “Now that we're trying to dig into the systems and put this reboot system online, it's really complicated,” Donlon said.

“That doesn't mean we won't do it. We are fully committed to doing it… I don't have an ETA.”

Donlon didn't go into detail about why adding a replay system to the game would be so complicated. Riot has been consistent since Valorant's release about adding the much-requested feature to its game, but its lengthy development has caused some fans to lose patience.

However, the Valorant EP also said that the developer will provide more updates on the system's development in the future to keep the player base in the loop.

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