The third Act of Riot’s competitive shooter Valorant is finally here, and it has brought with it a plethora of changes to the game and new matchmaking servers for the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia which players have been asking ever since the release of Valorant.
This might be a result of routing issues, which can potentially be fixed by gaining access to the server IPs, and that’s why Riot has revealed the IPs of some of the newly implemented Mumbai servers in a Reddit thread yesterday.
Here are the IPs of the Valorant servers in Mumbai which have been revealed by a Riot dev:
To check your connectivity to these servers, open the command prompt by pressing windows key + R at the same time and typing in ‘cmd’. Once done, type ‘ping’ followed by the destination IP address, and you’ll be able to see your ping to the servers.
Keep in mind that even though you have good latencies, you can’t play competitive matchmaking in Valorant right now due to an audio bug across all maps in the game. Riot has promised that they’ll get the servers up and running for ranked once the bug is fully fixed.