Valorant is still one of the hottest games on the planet, and its competitive playlist is home to some sweaty, tense battles.
With a new change to the version 1.03 patch notes, there's a big change coming to the game's Overtime setup.
Valorant: Big changes to Overtime
As per Riot's updated patch notes, “Competitive matches have a new win-by-two overtime format with automated votes on whether the game should continue or end in a draw."
“Teams will alternate playing rounds on attack and defense until a team claims victory by being up by 2 rounds".
If you're worried about hoarding your credits just in case you have to play multiple extra rounds, don't panic - each team will get 5000 credits per round.
The vote for a draw will require six out of ten players, followed by fewer players as the rounds progress. Also, don't feel bad for voting to end a game as a draw - Riot promises fans that they won't lose any ranks for doing so.