Valorant and League of Legends designer Riot Games revealed interest in porting the new multiplayer shooter to consoles during a recent interview.

Valorant is Riot’s newest hit, with the competitive shooter garnering an outrageous variety of gamers throughout its closed beta. With its success just growing by the day, numerous console gamers can’t help however wonder what all the hassle has to do with.

That being said, Valorant’s Executive Manufacturer Anna Donlon was recently asked by online video game publication GameSpot throughout their Play For All interview about the possibility of the action title making its method to other platforms.

“We are absolutely prototyping that right now, however there’s a way to play this game and there’s a way to experience this game that we’re not totally sure translates entirely to console play,” Donlon supposedly discussed to GameSpot.

According to Donlon, among the video game’s crucial worths is competitive integrity, and a chief issue of the developers is their player base sensation like one platform has an edge over another.

If the first-person shooter were to ever shift to consoles, it would require to bring over the same experience across all the platforms. “If we seem like we can provide this experience on those platforms, we absolutely will,” mentioned the manufacturer.

For fans holding their breath for a Valorant port, here’s hoping the designers can straighten out the kinks in bringing the high-octane multiplayer experience over to consoles, so console players can lastly get on board the buzz train.

The tactical online first-person shooter entered closed beta a month later on, which continued until the game’s main release on June 2, 2020.

Valorant immediately drew contrasts to the seriously acclaimed Counter-Strike: Global Offensive due to both games having similar match formats. Two teams of five need to go head-to-head, among them charged with planting a bomb in a specific location, and the other having to prevent it.

Furthermore, Riot’s multiplayer video game has likewise been compared to Blizzard’s Overwatch on account of both titles having character-specific capabilities comparable to those found in Multiplayer Online Fight Arena games.

Valorant stays a PC unique in the meantime, and Riot Games left no word of a timeline for the possible console port.