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Valorant Patch 2.03: 3 Biggest Changes

Valorant Patch 2.03: 3 Biggest Changes
Valorant Patch 2.03: 3 Biggest Changes | Photo courtesy of Valorant

Valorant Patch 2.03 addressed many things in the game ranging from characters to weapons. However, of all the changes, there are three that really stand out.

The biggest change to the game is the update to the agents, most notably Reyna. In the patch, Reyna gets a dual nerf and is buffed. This means that she won't have as much impact on the game and will be less op. She will still be a great agent and very useful, but she won't be as powerful as she was before she was nerfed.

Escalation game mode
Escalation game mode | Photo courtesy of Valorant

Valorant Patch 2.03: 3 Biggest Changes

The next biggest change to the game is the Stinger weapon getting nerfed as well. This was one of the more powerful weapons in the game, and Riot Games knew that. In an attempt to make the game fairer, they have reduced the weapon's fire rate. There has also been a price increase for the "premium" weapon.

Lastly, the third biggest change the new game modes. Escalation is the new game mode, and it looks like fun. For this mode, it's a fast-paced 5-v-5 game where your loadout gets progressively less lethal. This makes the game more competitive and adds a fun twist. This mode should be fun, and we look forward to playing it.