he is It was leakedhe is Was introducedAnd now Riot Games has given us a teaser showing how dangerous Yoru can be brave. Riot Games describes Yoru as a stealthy hacker who can create high-impact moments in a match. He is a swordsman who specializes in misleading enemies and appearing in unexpected places.
Yoru’s four abilities allow him to create false footsteps, blind enemies using flash, instant transmission, and become invisible. When invisible, it is also virtually invulnerable. His group is pretty much everything you could want in one dealer. Plus he looks like a complete badass.
I think the one thing he doesn’t like about the Japanese client is that he could be very good at what he does. With this varied and powerful combination, Valorant’s skilled players will be able to tear apart entire teams, just as Yoru does in the play show below. While it looks great in a trailer, balance is an essential part of a tactical shooter. You want all of the agents to be viable and you definitely don’t want any of them to be “essential.” I suspect we’ll see some adjustments to Yoru in the next couple of weeks.
New chapter for … brave
Yoru joins the brave Clients list on January 12 with the beginning of the second semester of the first semester. Along with the new Operator, Riot’s tactical shooter will also get a new Battlepass and some important stuff Changes to the classification system.
The changes are designed to make your progress up and down the ladder more visible. You will now receive or lose the Ranking when you win or lose matches, which will be displayed in a bar indicating how close you are to the higher or lower ranking. Riot also added a leaderboard to the game for players rated Immortal and Radiant.
Good luck in the ranked matches in Episode 2 Chapter 1 and have fun with Yoru.