ESPORTSREPORTER.COM / MADELYN KNECHT – STAFF WRITER / APRIL 25TH, 2021 /
In Episode 2 Act 3, Valorant players will be introduced to a large map set in the Bermuda Triangle with gorgeous views of water and trees called Breeze. If you plan on checking out this map when it goes live on April 27th, 2021, you may need to calculate different strategies for your team.
The open tropical map offers longer sightlines and at a glance, appears to lend itself mostly to the attackers with an emphasis on controlling your team’s territory.A Peek into the New Valorant Map: Breeze
This map will also surprisingly be featured in Masters Reykjavik in its competition debut on May 24th, giving the teams only about a month to prepare. Some fans are unhappy with this choice, since it leaves some of the competition up to luck. People are worried that this will mean sloppy contests due to the competitors not being familiar with the map.
This could present a higher challenge, though, showing which team can adapt the quickest.
Along with Episode 2 Act 3’s Map Breeze, you can also look forward to five new skins called the Foresaken skinline which gives off Skyrim-Elf-weapon vibe, though they are described as a mirror image of Sovereign.
As with every other battle pass, Valorant’s Episode 2 Act 3 offers Free and Premium tracks, with the Premium available for $10 USD (or 1,000 VP). This includes three new skinlines: Depths, Lightwave and Songsteel.
If you want all 5 of the Foresaken skins as well, it will cost $70 (or 7,100 VP).
This battle pass is set until June 21st, 2021. Be sure to hop on this pass ASAP and stick around esportsreporter.com for more Valorant news.
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