After Call of Duty, PUBG and Apex Legends
Riot is bringing its tactical shooter give importance to for mobile devices. There aren’t a lot of details just yet — like when it will launch, on what hardware, or how it will differ from the main game — but Riot says the new version will be simply called brave mobile.
The developer claims that the PC version of the game, which launched last year, currently averages 14 million monthly players. Valorant is also coming off its biggest competitive tournament to date with an event in Iceland, and Riot says the final on May 31 was attended by more than 1 million concurrent viewers.
The news shouldn’t be too surprising. Earlier this year, Riot made a similar move. League of Legends, launching a mobile-focused spinoff called wild crack. Meanwhile, some of the world’s most popular shooters have also turned to smartphones; pubg mobile and call of duty mobile Both are huge hits, and the smartphone iteration Apex Legends On the way too.
It also seems like Riot is trying to get out give importance to other way around. Without going into details, aside from the mobile version, the developer says that it is “preparing to expand the franchise so that give importance to For more players around the world. Again, it would follow the following League of Legends The playbook, which currently spans everything from comic books to digital card games to animated series coming to Netflix.