Neon is a Filipino female agent and the first Valorant agent from Southeast Asia with codenamed ‘Sprinter.’
On the homepage, Riot Games has published incomplete images of Neon. In the introductory video, Neon appears magically next to lightning. Previously, the publisher revealed that Neon is a name that possesses formidable speed and does not hesitate to rush into fights. Most likely, this will be Valorant’s 6th confrontational agent.
The first detailed image of Neon was announced by Riot Games.
The previous confrontational agents included Phoenix, Jett, Reyna, Raze, and Yoru. However, Yoru’s case is controversial when it is not prioritized in major tournaments. In the upcoming updates, Riot Games will consider the Yoru remake. For Neon, this is the 19th agent after the Chamber and promises to explode in the early stages of 2022.
At this moment, the teams are actively preparing for the 2022 season. The schedule of next year’s Valorant Champions Tour will not change much compared to 2021. Challengers events will start from February to select the winners. The best team to attend Masters 2 takes place in April. Meanwhile, Masters 3 will take place in July.
The Last Chance Qualifiers event will remain the same; but will start from August, earlier than 2021. The most important tournament of the year is the Valorant Champions held in September. As revealed by Riot Games, the Valorant Champions Tour 2022 will, there is a new tournament when Valorant Champions closes. However, the publisher has not provided specific information about this tournament.
Timeline and schedule of VCT 2022
In addition, the Game Changers event for girls will start in November. Most likely, Game Changers will also compete on the same big stage as Valorant Champions. With large organizations continuously investing in Valorant, the 2022 season promises to be fierce and competitive.