Worthy of a music company, will Riot Games form a virtual music group for Valorant?

Worthy of a music company, will Riot Games form a virtual music group for Valorant?

Riot Games is not only a professional in game development, but also proves to be a promising name in the music industry with the success of virtual groups whose members are League of Legends heroes. And it seems that this “musical company” will continue to release a new Valorant group in the near future.

Riot Games has been trying to combine games and music for a long time. In 2013, Jinx, the League of Legends Women’s Champion, had her own song and music video: Get Jinxed. In 2014, League of Legends released a set of skins with a heavy rock theme. In recent years, Riot Games has continued to establish virtual hip-hop groups like True Damage and K/DA and has achieved much success. However, until now, all of Riot Games’ music releases are only summarized in League of Legends.

Toa Dunn, head of Riot Music, recently hinted that Riot Games may soon expand its music output to include Valorant:

“We will continue to look for music production opportunities for Valorant. I think music is one of our core at Riot. I’d be surprised if we did anything without music. We will continue to do that (expand music production) to everything.”

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Players can expect a new musical group or project to appear in Valorant. It will definitely be an interesting experience for the players of this FPS game.

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