The game called Valorant will be home to a number of ranks once the competitive modes goes live. Here is the guide on how the ranking system will likely work on Valorant. This kind of information is able to be found on one of the biggest forums called Reddit. If you have any question about it, it is better for you to go to Reddit and throw a question so that people can help you to find out the answer to your question.
Once the game named Valorant has fully launched, or even in the open beta, the game will be a home to a ranked mode. It is where its most competitive players are able to climb the ranks and prove that they are better than their friends.
There are currently no many information about it, but we do have a pretty great idea of how the ranking system of Valorant will work. Are you curious about it? In this page, you will go through what it will look like and how it will all pan out.
With the help of FionnOnFire from ESPN we know all the competitive ranks which the competitive mode of Valorant will likely be home to. Here is the quick look at them all:
There are three ranks within each tier. While there is currently no official information of how it works, it is highly likely it will work similar to the system of another popular game called League of Legends or just about any other game with a ranked mode.
Basically, you will earn points for wins and lose points for losses. Every tier is likely at a particular point threshold, so more wins will get you closer to your selected tier. So, if you want to get to Soldier from Mercenary you will have to work you way up through Mercenary 3,then 2, then 1, until further wins cause you to graduate into Soldier. Please keep in mind that the process will then repeat itself.
It seems like there will be MMR in place as well, so you will be ranked against players of a similar skill level. Some wins in a row will probably see you again increasingly greater points per win, so those who truly are above their current competition will find their ranking quickly. However, the opposite will likely be in place, whereby losing some games in a row could result in a more dramatic fall down the ladder.
It would be interesting to see if there will be a special competitive ruleset such as League of Legends or CS:GO. Will there be a thing like a map pool? Will there be a pick and ban phase before every match? Everyone is excited to find out. In the end, we can imagine there will be cosmetic rewards for placing in particular tiers at the end of a season too. In addition, you can expect special agent skins, weapon skins, and more.