Valorant has very low requirements
Valorant system requirements
Valorant is already breaking viewership records in its beta phase with many people trying to get a key. When the game finally drops in the summer, that number will only increase. But can your laptop or PC handle it? Read about the system requirements here.
Riot Games is an expert at making its games run on almost anything. It’s a big part of the reason why League of Legends has 27 million active players per day. The company is taking a similar approach with its new tactical shooter Valorant.
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Here are the minimum and recommended requirements to run the game:
- OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit)
- RAM: 4GB
Minimum (30 FPS)
- CPU: Intel i3-370M
- GPU: Intel HD 3000
Recommended (60 FPS)
- CPU: Intel i3-4150
- GPU: Geforce GT 730
High-End (144+ FPS)
- CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 3,2 GHz
- GPU: GTX 1050 Ti
Most laptops and PCs should be able to run Valorant at 30 FPS. If you’re planning to play more competitively, you might want to be able to run the game at 60 FPS or higher.
If you're already eagerly awaiting the game, we have some guides for you to get ready:
- How to do map callouts in Valorant
- Ranking Valorant's agents from worst to best
- What is Valorant’s economy?
With the system requirements being so low and the game being free to play, there isn’t really much in the way of most players getting the chance to enjoy it.
Valorant doesn’t have an exact release date yet but Riot has stated that the game will drop this summer – until then, refer to our Valorant Game section to stay on top of everything.