More and more special agents join the roster of the upcoming F2P team-based competitive shooter from Riot Games. The latest gameplay video reveals the abilities of Jett, though players could have seen her around before.
Agile and fast, Jett can use Cloudburst to limit the vision of her enemies, Updraft to be propelled upwards after a short delay, Tailwind to rush a short distance along the direction of your movement.
Previously the team revealed Sage, Phoenix, Viper and Sova, with Jett being the latest character revealed as a part of the roster. Valorant will be hitting its closed beta testing phase starting on April 7th. Players have been invited to head to the game’s official site to sign up for an opportunity to be selected as a tester.
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