Stunning Valorant Mobile Gameplay


Valorant Mobile Gameplay ‘Tis the season for leaking’ (apparently) – with the most recent premature reveal demonstrating what Valorant Mobile gameplay is going to look like. And it’s safe to say that things are looking pretty good. 


For the uninitiated, Valorant is a hero shooter from Riot Games of League of Legends fame. So you can be sure that the cast of available heroes are a unique and charismatic bunch. Making it no surprise that it has become one of the most popular titles in its genre. 


However, until now, jumping into the vibrant world of Valorant as your favorite hero/operator has been a privilege afforded to PC gamers only. But the good news is that is all about to change. As the name suggests, Valorant Mobile is quite simply a mobile port of the wildly popular PC game. And thanks to one mischievous leaker, we can see with our own eyes just how similar Valorant Mobile gameplay is to the original. Something that has gotten app gamers even more revved up for the imminent mobile migration. 


Valorant mobile gameplay


The leaked footage was originally posted by YouTuber Pritykin and features 13 minutes of the player (as Phoenix) playing a standard Plant/Defuse match on Bind. And aside from some necessary UI changes to accommodate the mobile screen, you’d be forgiven for thinking that this was some run-of-the-mill Valorant footage from PC. The graphics and artstyle are almost indistinguishable. It’s just one more reminder of how far mobile app gaming has come.  


As is the case with any leak, it’s always worth taking what we’ve seen with a grain of salt. However, the footage certainly looks legit and matches up with the private playtest that Riot has been carrying out in China. Not to mention the way it matches up with the already-leaked screenshots. 


Suffice it to say that the Valorant Mobile gameplay leak has gotten us even more excited for the Valorant Mobile beta, which we have been told to expect this year. But for now, we can stoke our enthusiasm by feasting our eyes on the leak itself