The highly anticipated Valorant patch 4.11 is finally here, and it has brought with it a bunch of changes to the shooter. These changes include the new ‘Clutch Mute’ button, bug fixes for many Agents, and much more.
If you’re looking to know more about the detailed patch notes of the Valorant 4.11 update, and everything that is new, we have you covered.
Here’s what you need to know about the newly-introduced Valorant patch 4.11.
Valorant 4.11 Patch Notes
The patch notes for Valorant 4.11 have already been revealed by the developers through their official website.
The patch has brought the new ‘Clutch Mute’ button that will enable players to mass mute their teammates and/or party members during clutch moments.
The Clutch Mute button can be set by launching Valorant, and heading to Settings> Controls> Communication. Players can set individual keys to mute Party and Team Voice Chat when in-game. Players can simply press the keybind Toggle “ON” the Party and/or Team Voice Clutch Mute and then again to Toggle “OFF”. An icon will appear to indicate that it’s enabled.
Other than this, the patch has brought a number of important bug fixes involving the various Agents of the title. Notably, Jett’s ‘Superdash’ has been removed from the game while a bug that enabled Yoru to use weapons earlier than intended when exiting Dimensional Drift has also been fixed.
Another important aspect of the new Valorant update is the improvement to the spawn points of Deathmatch. According to the devs, players should now consistently spawn farther from where they died and experience fewer “revenge” kills.
Fans looking to get a look at the detailed patch notes of Valorant 4.11 update can check out Riot’s official page here.
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Last Updated on June 8, 2022
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