Riot Games is celebrating the one year anniversary of VALORANT by surprising players with a year in review of their time playing the tactical shooter.
The email was a surprise to most players since it was sent without any further warning. Only Riot accounts that opted in for email communication received the surprise email. But instead of the usual news and offers, this time VALORANT fans got some interesting insight into their first year of gameplay.
What is in the VALORANT year in review email?
Didn't receive one of these surprise overviews? Here is what was included in the email.
The top section shows you how many matches you won, your average kill/death/assist (KDA) ratio, and the total amount of damage points you've dealt. Underneath each of these statistics, Riot has also included what percentile you're in. For example, Evil Genius' head coach Daps was in the top 2% of players when it came to damage dealt.
Underneath that top section, you'll see details about your shot accuracy. That includes the total number of headshots, body shots, and leg shots you successfully took. There is also a section that shows the players you've killed the most over the past year, known as your "victims." The last section is all about your favorites as a player. You'll see your most-played agent, most-played map, and most-used weapon.
If you haven't received the email yet, it's either because you didn't sign up for email communication with Riot or that you're in a later wave of emails being sent out. Riot confirmed that a second batch of emails will be sent out next week.
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