The Valorant Closed Beta is the name of one of the trendiest tickets in gaming right now but unfortunately for a lot of people, there is still very limited space. While new Twitch Drops are being planned, Riot Games do not care about the game servers. As confirmed earlier this weekly the development team, there are only a certain number of gamers that are allowed into the Valorant Closed Beta.
The main reason of it is because Riot Games want to keep the Valorant experience competitive and do not want to break the gameplay quality. The way in which you are able to earn a Valorant Beta Key remains the same, through watching drop enabled Twitch feeds, but the amount being dolled out will rise based on server quality. With such limitations in place before the full launch of the game, the shooter fans are wondering how long the Valorant Closed Beta will last.
So, how long is Valorant Closed Beta open? The great news is that Riot Games is being flexible with beta dates to the current climate of world events. It shows that the Valorant closed will run for a long time, while also expanding based on player demand. Actually, no set end date has been placed on the Valorant Closed Beta. However, the players have had reassurances made based on the final release date.
Apparently, Riot Games has stated that they want the Valorant Closed Beta to run near to when the last release date is set. The newest launch window just states Summer 2020. It means that Valorant could launch in early July or late September.
Riot Games confirmed that this will not be a beta that only lasts a few weeks and is being used to work out issues with the game. In case the final release date is pushed past Summer 2020, it seems like the Valorant closed beta might not match that added time.
Tyler Erzberfer asked some questions about the Valorant Close Beta runtime to executive Producer Anna Donlon and Game Director Joe Ziegler. Regarding the topic, Donlon explained that plans change and she thinks it is important that they need to be agible and flex ruing this time to be able to change the plans if they need to but right now, she thinks they would like to keep the beta going up as close to the launch date as they can. However,if the launch date pushes for any reason then they will have to reevaluate if that is possible of not.
Basically, while space remains limited within the Valorant Closed Beta, it seems like Riot Games will be keeping it going for quite some time to come. Aside from that, they have also warned against buying Riot Accounts that have Beta Keys, saying that they are ready to ban those kinds of account. Please take a note before you are planning to buy one. If you want to know the full interview between them, you can visit the site named ESPN Sports.