In the opinion of most Valorant players, the teleporting trickster you was the most neglected and most disappointing agent throughout the squad. When You was released in Patch 2.0, the fans were curious what he could contribute to the dueling lineup of the game. However, as you can see on the fact that he was not selected by any team that starts at the current VCT Champions, and his pathetic selection and profit rates in Valorant ranking games, he is rather cankerous.
The developers of Valorant have promised that sometime a You revision will come, and today Riot Games announced that the revision is published early next year, and has even shown some upcoming changes.
In a State of the Agents Development Blog, Game and Character Designer Ryan, Recoup ‘Court confirms that You is made viable by making him better tools for trickling opposes, a stronger basic value in its entire kit and a higher effect per round are.
Although these details can change and do not include everything we will see in You revision, Recoup lifts the lid of some optimizations made to the agent’s phaseout and gatecrash capabilities.
Takeout used as a lock bird to deflect enemy players with a rogue step audio is improved to now also a copy of you to send forward and explodes and explodes in a shot. This definitely sounds similar to the BUZZING kit used by Mirage in Apex Legends — only without exploding.
With Gatecrash Riot reduces the range, in the enemies can see and hear the tether on the map while travels. In addition, we raised the cruising speed by 20%. In addition, You can further deceive his opponents by remotely a fake teleport triggers as soon as a leash.
While this are all information that Recoup could share today, but there is more to yours revision that still need to be announced. Riot says that you can expect further details in a future blog post.
The news of Yours Urbanely needed revision — and a gross time frame, when to be expected — will certainly be encouraging for players who wanted to use the fraudulent duel ants without being severely disadvantaged. Who knows, maybe we’ll see him on our Valorant ranking list.