The new multiplayer game from Riot Games is already getting out of the beta phase. The name is Valorant and is part of the tactical shooter genre. Twitch streamers got a chance to test this video game ever since April 7, 2020.
About Riot Games’ Valorant
The rest of the world won’t have to wait too long until they get their hand on it. As reported by Riot Games, the upcoming game is going live at some point during the middle of this year’s summer. However, due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, things seem very uncertain. We are waiting for the company to make an official announcement to confirm the release date.
It looks like Riot Games is focusing again on a multiplayer game, which means you will be able to enjoy the game with your friends. Playing video games with friends is always so much fun and bonding.
But, besides the fun and good time, you also get a chance to make a good plan and discuss strategy. We all know that playing with strangers lacks the strategy and communication. Since all is better with a team of friends, we are going to guide them on how to invite them to a match. This article is about adding and playing with your friends on Valorant, so continue reading below to find out more details.
How to Add and Play With Your Friends in Valorant?
Please do note that Valorant is just a bet version, which means that you won’t be able to play the game unless you have the closed beta registered to their Riot ID. However, this won’t be a problem if you share your Riot ID with friends. This way, your friends will be able to add you.
The next step is to look up for your Riot ID in the friend’s section from the main menu. This is where you can accept or decline invites. Accept your friend’s request and play together with your mates. Moving forward, you will need to create a party where your friends can join you. Voila! Enjoy the fantastic game with your teammates.
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