Valorant has big expectations because it is developed by Riot Games, the people behind League of Legends. With the game gearing up for a launch in the first week of June, the team has promised that Valorant anti-cheat capabilities will be handled by Vanguard and its tightness will be increased towards the launch date.
Most new launches including Call of Duty Modern Warfare witnessed some huge cheating issues that damaged the player experiences for millions online. Being a free to play game, Valorant will have plenty of support from gamers worldwide. The developers explained that the policies will be strict and the cheat removal system will be imposed harder which is something the beta players should take note of.
Vanguard is great as an anti-cheating system but it created plenty of obstacles for PC players to overcome, as it blocked drivers from running. During the beta phase, the developers were not so stringent and allowed gamers to enjoy the title without much fanfare. However, the full launch will bring in players worldwide and during this period, it is essential to keep it cheater-free which may have some implications on how the game runs on your system.
Banning players are expected to happen on a much larger scale when the title gets launched. It may put off some hardcore Valorant lovers but having such a system in place is crucial for the game to pick up pace among the community.
The Valorant anti-cheat Vanguard is expected to make a difference because Riot games is strong on making sure they don’t lose players due to cheaters. The running issue should come to a close when anti-cheats work without affecting the game’s performance or the gamer’s computer as they often cause issues with your anti-virus software or hog too much of system memory. The developers are expected to make changes after launch.