It’s that special day where you can’t trust anybody, even Valorant is in on the April Fools Day pranks this year. We’ve put together everything to do with Valorant on April Fool’s Day so you can see what’s actually just a prank.
We’re not that far into April 1 and Valorant has already announced a brand new dating simulator called Agents of Romance, which totally isn’t an April Fool’s prank. Check out the tweet below, courtesy of @ValorantUpdates, to see the mock-up pics of the dating sim.
Valorant: Agents of Romance
Riot Games has officially announced a brand new dating sim game, Valorant: Agents of Romance, which is of course a spin-off to their hit game Valorant.
There’s the slightest possibility that this isn’t an April Fool’s prank, but we think it’s a safe bet to say that this game won’t actually be real.
But just in case it is, Agents of Romance will reportedly allow players to take on the role of a new recruit as they train to be a Valorant agent. As players experience the rough and tumble life of an Agent in Training, they’ll build meaningful relationships with each of Valorant’s Agents: collecting items, going on dates, and maybe even saving the world in the process.
So, do you want this Valorant dating-sim to be a real thing? Don’t get your hopes up if you do.
Valorant Fake April 1 Patch Notes
The new Valorant dating-sim wasn’t the only April Fool’s prank by Riot Games today, there are also some completely fake patch notes for a fake update.
You can read the full April 1 Patch Notes in the tweet above, but you don’t need to worry too much, because they’re not real.
Some of the highlights of the patch notes are ones like “extended smoke duration: 20 seconds >>>> 100 seconds”, and “all players will be in the same rank to relieve stress”.
So, that’s all of the April Fools pranks from Valorant, you don’t need to worry anymore.
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