Riot has officially announced that the League of Legends games have collectively reached a total of 180 million active players.
It's been revealed that Valorant will be requiring TPM 2.0 module support for players playing the game on Windows 11.
Data breaches, leaks, DDoS attempts, stolen personal details- these cyber attacks have been some of the most devastating our industry has ever seen.
A new competitive free to play shooter is in the works featuring various Tom Clancy properties but is Ubisoft falling behind the curb yet again?
The announcement coincides with Valorant's one year anniversary. Riot's latest hit released exactly one year ago today.
Players can opt-in to the new moderation system or stop using voice chat.
Not much information is known for the upcoming title, however.
Changes to chat-based offenses are also coming in patch 2.04.
Numerous changes should make Split more favorable for attackers.
The newest Agent is out later today.
Post-launch features include ARAM mode, ranked seasons and two new Champions each month.
The new agent uses teleport against enemies.
The next Agent uses a variety of gadgets to outsmart foes.
The next Agent packs a turret, nanobot grenade, and other interesting skills.
The free to play shooter's first Ultra Edition skin bundle is out tomorrow.
The Controller can be extremely powerful in the right ahnds.
Hitting the ground running, it seems.
The competitive-focused mode has seen a few changes, including a new name for "Valorant" rank.
Tagging is also nerfed.
Check out these different aiming exercises to use in the Practice Range.