Since the launch of Riot’s first-person tactical shooter, the community has shown some prominent efforts in luring the developers of the same to launch Deathmatch servers as in to warm up for their Unrated and Ranked matches. The Deathmatch game mode has always been a boon for the fellow FPS players as they get to ease their aim and refine their reflexes so as to gain an upper hand over their oppositions while in a competitive game.

While Valorant was in its closed beta access, players who did participate in the same felt the need of having the deathmatch servers already as the game did promise the community with some amazing FPS tactics which is considered to be a fusion of Valve’s CS:GO and Blizzard’s Overwatch.

In a FAQ, Jared Berbach, Producer and product lead for game modes on VALORANT along with veteran designer Bobby Prochnow did state about their upcoming projects where they added,

“We’re already hearing our beta audience clamor pretty loudly for a Deathmatch style mode. While I can’t commit to a specific launch date yet, I can say this is a player desire that our team hears loud and clear, and we’re starting to build out some of the necessary technology we’d need to support a Deathmatch-type mode.”

“The desire for a game type that translates heavily to warming up, fragging out, gun skill, and shooting at “live targets” to improve your aim resonates with us both as competitors and as developers.”

This might finally the answer the prayers of the FPS enthusiasts from the Valorant community who are looking forward to lay their dominance in the same where some might pursue it as their careers in Esports.
To know more about the FAQ set up by the developers, you can find out about the entire details over here (https://playvalorant.com/en-us/news/game-updates/spike-rush-new-game-modes/