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Valorant’s New “Fracture” Map Will Force A Different Playstyle

Riot Games has announced on Wednesday that a new map is coming to Valorant. Called Fracture, the map is supposed to be a game-changer in balancing, as it imbues a different mentality and approach, unlike so far. Teams will have to think twice before they storm into their ordinary tactics like on other maps. The gameplay will differ on Fracture, as it looks more balanced than others.

The official teaser for Fracture has been published today on Valoran’ts official YouTube channel. The map is shaped like the letter “H.” It also introduces different spawn points. The middle section is where the defenders spawn, choosing to defend the two bomb sites placed on the left and right sides of the map, while attackers will have a wide array of choices at their hands.

The first narrated map with decent lore. Being shaped like “H” actually means that the map features two mirror versions of reality which could grow to be the beginning of extensive game lore.

Unlike other maps, this map has its own underbelly, accessible through zip lines that lead underground, which should fall in favor of the attackers and their transition. It’s definitely a fascinating map heading to Valorant. Fracture is coming to Valorant as a part of the update 3.05, estimated to arrive during the next week as part of a new Act.

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