Valorant global stats have been revealed by Riot Games as an end of the year treat. Some of these statistics should come as a surprise to no one, but one of them is mind-blowing, to say the least. The update cycle has slowed down for the holiday season, most game developers were already working from home, but now many are officially on break until the new year.
Little statistics like the ones released here serve as a way to keep players engaged even when the game is waiting on updates.
Valorant Global Stats Revealed by Riot Games
In the first image, the “deadliest weapons” were shown off, the second revealed the longest match players since release.
To break down the “deadliest weapons” image it’s important to mention that this should come as a surprise to nobody. By design, the best weapons for use by the average player are the Vandal and the Phantom. The next best after these two is the Spectre. The exclusion of the Operator on this list may come as a shock to some.
In the following image is a shocking sight, the longest game in 2020. Played on Ascent it lasted 58 rounds and went on for 1 hour and 28 minutes. This game must have contained some of the most stubborn players alive because after a certain point it only takes one player to give up and let the game become a draw. It’s unfortunate that Riot Games did not reveal how the game ended, but after such a long game one can only hope that someone took the win.