Valorant Reveals Gameplay for New Water-Bending Hero Harbor


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Everyone may be geeking out over Overwatch 2’s launch, but Riot Games has something new for their Valorant roster.

Valorant Reveals Gameplay for New Water-Bending Hero Harbor

Just in, we have our official reveal for Harbor, an agent from India that can manipulate water. Check this out:

Here’s Harbor in action.

 Hailing from the coast of India, this new Controller Agent commands a mix of tide and torrent to shield allies and pummel opponents.

Lock him in with the launch of EPISODE 5: ACT III.

For some lore, Harbor is able to control water thanks to some ancient tech he had found. His main ability allows him to summon a wall of water that will shield your team as well as slow enemy players. He can also push a small wall of water toward enemies to slow them down, and it can also roll through walls.

Harbor also has a Cove ability which lets him shield allies by covering them in a sphere of water. This should be strong enough to deflect any enemy bullets.  His ultimate Reckoning allows him to fully drown out an area, and enemies caught in it will be continuously damaged; it doesn’t really kill them right away, but it does offer anyone going up against Harbor a chance to flee the area (or find higher ground).

Here’s the official description for Valorant:

Blend your style and experience on a global, competitive stage. You have 13 rounds to attack and defend your side using sharp gunplay and tactical abilities. And, with one life per-round, you’ll need to think faster than your opponent if you want to survive. Take on foes across Competitive and Unranked modes as well as Deathmatch and Spike Rush.

Harbor releases on Oct. 18 alongside Valorant Episode Five, Act Three. Valorant is now playable for PC.

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