Valorant amidst Valorant Champions Tour Masters Reykjavik took the FPS shooter fans by surprise. They revealed VALORANT DUALITY, the Official Lore, in context to Valorant characters’ history.
A year ago today, we met our VALORANT Agents as they battled a strange new threat in the DUELISTS cinematic. Here we tell the story of the aftermath, as the Agents race to the next flashpoint to try and prevent another attack.Riot
The video depicts the storyline of Valorant. Riot spilled out more information about Kingdom. Players can see the Kingdom logo on every map of Valorant. Also, fans have longed to guess the story behind the same, and the recent video reveals a lot about it.
To begin with, Kingdom is a major radianite powerhouse program that amounts to a total of three-quarters of energy production for the planet. However, It is due to the radianite that a city now floats up in the air, and the Kingdom is responsible for it.
Moreover, in the video, attackers side Jett and Phoneix, are termed Radiants and are responsible for planting the spike. However, Defenders side Killjoy manages to defuse the spike with the help of Viper and Phoneix as they come for backup.
As the defender, Phoenix goes to a duel he then confronts the attackers’ side Phoenix and is shocked to see him. He was surprised to see his replica in front of him.
Later then Riot shows in the video two identical planets, explaining why there are two same characters on each team. The Valorant duality storyline thus makes it clear that the storyline is based on two identical planets. Players from each planet come together and fight to be radiant.
How to get Duality Player Card
Players also get to have Duality Player Card by visiting Valorant redeem website and entering the code “YTILAUD”. It is only valid for the next 48 hours so hurry up!
[Update]: Riot has uplifted the 48-hour limit for you to redeem the Duality Player Card. This step was taken due to the high amount of traffic resulting in issues on the redemption website.
Valorant is a 5v5 character based FPS shooter title published by Riot Games for Windows, that has been constantly giving neck to neck competition to already well established CS-GO. In October 2019, the game was first launched under the name Project A, and on April 7, 2020, it launched a private beta program with restricted access for players, followed by an official release on June 2, 2020.
It has been gaining huge popularity lately, many e-sports orgs have already set up their Valorant lineups and are looking forward to winning titles.