New Images of Valorant Mobile were Datamined from Google Play Store

Since the news of a mobile version of VALORANT was announced to be in the works, fans of the game have been eagerly waiting or chasing for news or updates about the upcoming game. Recently, exciting information has been leaked online wherein images of Valorant Mobile have spreaded online.


More information about the mobile version of Valorant was datamined and leaked on Twitter by a Twitter account named Valorant Mobile Intel. According to the leaks, Valorant mobile is currently in a private beta test.

The leaked images were photos that were uploaded in the Google Play Store this month. Those images are the login screen and the lobby menu of the game that resembles the PC version as it has a similar color scheme and the Riot Games logo. The only difference is the aspect ratio.

Add to that, more images of Valorant Mobile’s Playtest on the Google Play Store were shared by another leaker named DannyINTEL. Through the screenshots, it was made evident that the game will be for Android devices and it’s rated 16+.

“This is a work-in-progress prototype and you are under NDA to not share any information with anyone outside of Riot or the other F&F participants. Good Luck, have fun!”

A new short gameplay video has also been leaked online. It showcased how the FPS will look and feel on mobile devices. The short clip only showed Jett’s point-of-view (POV) but the game also had other agents including Sova, Reyna, and Breach.

However, Riot Games has yet to confirm or comment about any of these leaks. As always, take all of the information with a grain of salt and wait for Riot Games official announcement.