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Valorant Update: Valorant revamps behaviour detection penalty, update on AFK penalty



Valorant Update: Valorant revamps behaviour detection penalty, update on AFK penalty- Valorant makers are constantly working on making the penalty system more exhaustive in the game. The game will also bring about penalties for game dodgers, and AFK-ers.

The new patch updates (2.04 and beyond) all focus on keeping a check on the in-game behaviour of the players, and will award players with harsh, or minimum penalties when they display an unacceptable behaviour in-game.

Valorant Update: Penalty for AFK-ers

“Even one AFK’d player can turn the tide of a game, and it’s discouraging to know that you’ll have to carry twice as hard for a chance to win. We’ve spent some time working on several features we’re confident will reduce AFKs (both in-game and pre-game) in VALORANT,” Riot Games said.

Riot Games also added that they are going to implement an ‘as-needed’ penalty system, and said “… if you’re a player who consistently drops out of games…the hammer will come down on you, friend. These penalties are varied, and they scale based on several different factors.”

Valorant Update: Penalties can include the following:

  • Warnings
  • XP denial for the games in which you were AFK’d (see ya later, AFK farmers!)
  • Small deductions from your ranked rating for pre-game dodges
  • Deductions from your ranked rating for in-game AFKing (Patch 2.03)
  • Increased queue restrictions
  • Barred entry from ranked games
  • VALORANT game bans (but only if you’re really, really persistent)

Valorant Update: CHAT-BASED OFFENSES

VALORANT is also working on keeping in check the chat-based offenses. This means that if you are abusive towards any player, you are likely to get penalised for that.

Valorant Update: Penalties can include the following:

  • Warnings
  • Comms bans
  • Extended comms bans
  • Ranked queue bans
  • Game bans
  • Extended game bans

“Let us be crystal clear: there is no room for violence, threats, or targeted harassment in VALORANT—those behaviors will not be tolerated. Certain offenses (like those listed above) are categorized as “zero tolerance,” and they warrant a game ban, full stop.” Riot Games added.

 



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