Valorant to Skip Patch 2.10 and will focus on Performance Updates for 2.11

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Valorant fans will have to wait a bit longer for their next patch update, as The Valorant team has confirmed on Twitter that patch 2.10 will not go ahead, and players will need to wait until patch 2.11 for the next round of changes to the game.

Periodically, we have to update the engine for our game. Due to the nature of these updates, we want to give ourselves plenty of testing time and a stabilization period before shipping it to you. So, there will be no Patch 2.10. The next update will be Patch 2.11, around June 8. The PlayValorant account said over on Twitter.

This update will focus on adding improvements to the game engine, which will require extra testing from the development team before they are happy to release it.


Valorant to Skip Patch 2.10 and will focus on Performance Updates for 2.11

After the launch of Episode 2 Act 3, we saw a rough patch day for the devs where multiple bugs were experienced by players in the game.

Read more: Valorant Season 2 Act 3 Plagued With Bugs on Launch Day.

Valorant is currently being played on patch 2.09 which brought the new map Breeze into the competitive map pool, Agent changes, and some game system updates for Tournament play.

For players wanting a bit more action while they wait for the delayed patch, stage 2 of the Valorant Champions Tour Masters tournament will be held in Reykjavík, Iceland on the 24th - 30th of May.