Valorant 4.10 patch notes - agent abilities, map changes, latency fix, bug fixes, more

Valorant 4.10 patch notes including agent abilities and map changes, latency fixes, bug fixes, and more have been shared.

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Valorant 4.10 patch notes shared on the PBE server

We've already seen a preview of what the Valorant 4.10 patch will bring, and it appears that there will be some minor changes to the game mechanics and Agents' progress or charge bar. The patch also addresses the issue of alt-tabbing the game causing unpredictable ping spikes or extended high latency.

Aside from these modifications, the next Valorant 4.10 patch will include bug patches for Chamber, Killjoy, Cypher, and Yoru's deployable abilities.

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Valorant 4.10 Patch - Game Systems Changes

There have been constant complaints from the players on the game’s system, and this time Riot is planning to address the same issue with Valorant 4.10 patch. The upcoming Valorant 4.10 systems changes include:

  • Implemented a fix for where large ping spikes or Alt-Tabbing could cause an extended period of increased latency
  • Added Graph for displaying the Client's Network Round Trip Time Jitter
  • Added Graph which shows the Client's Network RTT along with input and remote interpolation processing delays

Valorant 4.10 Patch - Agent abilities changes

As mentioned above, with Valorant 4.10 patch, Riot games are planning to change the Agent Progress/Charge Bars.

As revealed in the post, the Agent Progress/Charge Bars will be moved to a consistent location and made a consistent size on the following Agents:

  • Breach
  • Cypher
  • Fade
  • Jett
  • Omen
  • Phoenix
  • Raze
  • Reyna
  • Skye
  • Yoru
  • Omen - Updated 3P model to increase detail and fidelity.

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Valorant patch 4.10 – Bug Fixes

Other than the above-mentioned, the developers likewise revealed some of the bug fixes coming in the Valorant patch 4.10.

These Valorant patch 4.10 Bug Fixes include:

  • “Destroyed” Voice lines for deployable abilities will now be heard globally by allies. This includes:
  • Chamber: Trademark and Rendezvous
  • Cypher: Trapwire and Spycam
  • Killjoy: Turret and Alarmbot
  • Yoru: Gatecrash

Valorant 4.10 Night Markets

Valorant Night Markets have revived huge appreciation from the fans since its release as the players get an opportunity to get skins based on unique to their account at a low cost.

Now we already know what's in store with the upcoming Valorant 4.10 Night Market, as the leaker has revealed the new Night Market photo.

The next Night Market in VALORANT, according to credible data miners, will begin on May 19, 2022. The deal will last for approximately 13 days. As a result, the market will expire on June 1, 2022.

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Riot has already gifted us with many Night Market sales since the beginning of 2022. The most recent one took place in April. and the be released at the end of May with Valorant 4.10 patch.

However, players should note that even though the leaker seems like a solid source, Riot still hasn't declared its plan for the upcoming Valorant patch 4.10 Night Market.

The PBE is still going on. There have been no new changes to the Patch Notes 4.10 PBE as of yet. We'll update you as soon as we learn of any changes to the upcoming Patch Notes 4.10 PBE.

Obviously, these changes seem interesting, hence, those who are early waiting to see the Valorant agent abilities and map changes, latency fixes, bug fixes, and more should keep their eyes on May 19 as Valorant patch 4.10 is set to release then.

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