Everything you need to know about Valorant Episode 4
Episode 4 of Valorant kicks off in style with 2022. This new episode is called Disruption. Like every episode, it is divided into three distinct Acts, each one marking the arrival of an Agent or a map.
We take stock of all that Episode 4 and its Acts bring to Valorant.
Episode 4 – Act 1
Start: 12 January 2022 - End: 28 February 2022
The first Act of Episode 4 brings with it Neon, an Agent capable of sprinting and throwing electric shocks. Act 1 also changes many elements of Breeze and Bind.
New Agent: Neon
Act 1 marks the arrival of Neon, an ultra-fast duelist who manipulates electricity.
All free and premium Battlepass rewards of Episode 4, Act 1.
Changes to Breeze and Bind
Breeze and Bind undergo changes to their obstacles, offering more strategic options.
The VCT returns in 2022 in a new formula. Shorter, and more experimental.
HHT France: Revolution
The Valorant competitive scene is expanding thanks to the regional leagues deployed in Europe. In France, several teams in the VRL Revolution.
Episode 4 - Act 1 patches:
- Patch 4.00 (Neon, Breeze and Bind changes)
- Patch 4.01 (Nerves of the Ares, Buffs of the knife)
- Patch 4.02 (Better detection of absent persons)
- Patch 4.03 (Changes to Brimstome's ultimate, Quickly equip the strongest weapon)
Episode 4 - Act 2
Start: 1 March - End: 26 April
The second act of Episode 4 brings the long awaited redesign of Yoru. This Act 2 is also an opportunity to rediscover Iceboxwhich has undergone several changes. In addition, the best French team was crowned during the first split of the VRL France: Revolution. Also, the world's teams will compete in the Reykjavik Masters.
Highly anticipated by the community since its announcement at the end of 2021, the new Yoru has made its appearance. Goodbye to the footsteps, make way for the real clone!
Our players' opinion on patch 4.04
Patch 4.04 was heavy on changes. In addition to a rebalancing of the Controllers and changes to Icebox, it brought the redesign of Yoru. Our players have their say on these new features.
FunPlus Phoenix wins the EMEA Challengers
The first EMEA Challengers are now over. After an intense final, FunPlus Phoenix won the title of best EMEA team against G2 Esports.
Sector One, the best French team
After several weeks of competition in this first split, Sector One and Team BDS competed for the title. In the end, it was the Belgian team that won.
The Reykjavik Masters
The first international LAN of the year will take place in Reykjavik. The 12 best teams in the world will compete for the crown.
Follow-up to the Reykjavik Masters
Find all the information about the matches and results of this first LAN 2022.
All free and premium Battle Pass rewards from Episode 4, Act 2.
OpTic Gaming wins the Masters
The North American team took revenge on the Brazilian LOUD during the Grand Final.
The patches for Episode 4, Act 2:
- Patch 4.04 (Yoru redesign, Controller balancing, Icebox changes)
- Patch 4.05 (Adjustments to Brimstone)
- Patch 4.07 (Modifications to the Stinger and Bulldog)
Episode 4 - Act 3
Start: 27 April 2022 - End: ?
The final Act of Episode 4 is full of surprises. It brings with it an alternative to Sovanamely FadeThe new Initiator dedicated to information gathering. The Agent with the arrows is also undergoing some major nerfs. He is not the only one to have his abilities reworked, as Jett also has an important nerve.
New Agent: Fade
This new Act marks the arrival of Fade, the nightmarish new Initiator of Valorant.
Jett suffers a new nerve
In anticipation of patch 4.08, Riot Games has announced, in advance, a big change to Jett.
All free and premium Battle Pass rewards from Episode 4, Act 3.
Riot games announces a change in the format of the Valorant esports scene in 2023.
The patches for Episode 4, Act 3: