Valorant is one of the most popular tactical first-person shooters in the market right now. What made the game so fluid and enjoyable? In this article, we will be taking a deeper dive into Valorant’s development cycle and answering the question, ‘What language is Valorant coded in?’

What Language Is Valorant Coded In?

The fundamental building blocks of Valorant were laid down on the foundation of Unreal Engine and C++. With the engine itself, they were able to create multiple character designs and create maps to test on in order to build the skeletal framework of the game itself.

If you’re curious, here’s what Valorant looked like in its very early stages:

Coding games like Valorant is no easy task. The sheer number of voice lines, sound effects, and animations one needs to create to make the environment somewhat immersable can easily take even a team of 50 people over 10 years to develop.

However, Riot had a much larger team and they were able to create Valorant in a period of 6 years. The game still has various balancing issues and bugs every now and then, but things seem to be rock-solid moving into 2022 with Valorant slowly heading for release on mobile and Xbox!

Unreal Engine: How You Can Make Your Own Game!

In 2015, Unreal Engine 4 was made available to the public for free. If you want, you could very well try and develop your own game.

Take out a chunk of your imagination and visualize the game you’ve always wanted to make. You may not have Riot’s development team by your side, but a lot of passion projects started out from merely one person!

Wrapping Up

Valorant is a great and enjoyable competitive experience. To make each and every variable perfect, there are a lot of considerations that must go into place in order to make sure the game is perfectly balanced. 

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