Gamers from all around the world have been eagerly waiting for V alorant Mobile's gameplay ever since Riot Games officially confirmed the game’s development. Private testing of the game has allegedly started on the Google Play Store as some screenshots have surfaced from some users on their social media pages.
In the screenshot of the game, the 'About game' description clearly talks about the developers have shared the game with certain users under an NDA (non-disclosure agreement), requesting that they not share any details about Valorant Mobile with anyone outside Riot Games.
The description says, "Thank you for joining the VALORANT Mobile F&F weekend! We're excited to share the game with you! This is a work-in-progress prototype and you are under NDA to not share any information with anyone outside of Riot or the other F&F participants. Good Luck, have fun!"
Like the screenshots of the Private testing, several videos of Valorant Mobile's gameplay have circulated on the internet over the last few months, where the mobile version of the game boasts similar features to the PC version.
A YouTuber Yason can be seen playing with one of the most popular agents Jett in a 5v5 match on Bind (a map that is also available in the game's PC version). Each round was seen going for a maximum of one minute and 40 seconds (100 seconds), which is also like the PC version. Similarly, Valorant Mobile's gameplay and features are mirroring the PC title. Several weapons also are set to be the same in both versions. Many mobile game streamers have predicted that the mobile game will see a huge fan base with its launch.
Over the years, Valorant PC has emerged as one of the most successful games which have spanned multiple esports tournaments throughout the year. One of the biggest events around the game, The Champions 2022, recently concluded when the Brazilian team LOUD became the champion. The event garnered more than one million concurrent viewers.