Valorant Team Deathmatch: Release Date, Maps, and Exciting Gameplay Details Revealed

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Valorant Team Deathmatch

Valorant fans have eagerly awaited the arrival of Team Deathmatch, and the time has finally come. Let’s dive into the details of the Team Deathmatch release.

Valorant Team Deathmatch: Release Date and Maps

Valorant’s Team Deathmatch mode will make its debut with the release of Valorant Episode 7 Act 1 on June 27. Alongside this thrilling addition, players can expect three brand new custom maps designed specifically for the mode:

  • Piazza (A rework of the Ascent map)
  • District (A rework of the Split map)
  • Kasbah (A rework of the Bind map)

Valorant Team Deathmatch: Gameplay and Rules

Team Deathmatch will feature 5v5 gameplay, pitting teams against each other in a battle of skill and strategy. The mode consists of four equally timed stages, each with a unique loadout that progresses from weaker to stronger weapons. Unlike the standard mode, there is no economy concept, meaning players will retain their chosen loadouts regardless of the number of deaths.

The match duration is set at 9 minutes and 30 seconds, and players will respawn in their team’s Spawn Room every 1.5 seconds. The objective is to be the first team to secure 100 kills. If the match ends before either team reaches this milestone, the team with the most kills will be declared the winner. In case of a tie, the match will be considered a draw. Each Team Deathmatch played will grant players 1000 XP.

To add an element of strategy, weapon spawners will be placed around the map, allowing players to switch their weapons if they desire. However, the weapons obtained from the spawners are stage-specific and have limited ammo. These weapons can be destroyed and switched back to the original loadout by pressing the “G” key.

In the Team Deathmatch mode, recovery orbs and ultimate orbs, similar to Spike Rush, will be available. Recovery orbs restore health and shield for 6 seconds, with the maximum shield restored determined by the stage. Ultimate orbs grant a percentage of Ultimate points, facilitating quicker access to powerful ultimates. It is important to note that teammates must be in close proximity to benefit from these orbs.

Additionally, agent abilities will be enabled in Team Deathmatch, with recharge times varying based on the type of ability. Players will witness the exciting gameplay of Team Deathmatch during the showmatch at the Valorant Masters Tokyo Final on June 25.

Valorant’s new Team Deathmatch mode is set to revolutionize the gameplay experience, offering intense battles and tactical gunplay.  Mark your calendars for June 27, when Valorant Episode 7 Act 1 will introduce this highly anticipated mode. Prepare to engage in thrilling combat and strive to be the first team to reach 100 kills in the exciting world of Valorant.