It’s that time of the year when people may start to see a ton of year-end wrapup content from various companies with the most common being in music. People always love to show off what they have been doing over the past 12 months and being able to share that with people you care about is a big deal.
Riot Games threw their hat into the ring this year with the introduction of the My VALORANT Badge feature. Here is a quick guide on how players can obtain their very own VALORANT badge so they can show it off to the world.
My VALORANT Badge
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The first thing to know about the My VALORANT Badge feature is that it’s not available in-game. Players will need to go to an external website to access this feature. Rest assured though, this website is an official one created by Riot Games themselves.
It works by taking accumulated stats from players in-game to give their badge a unique feel that only they can have. Here are the step-by-step directions:
- Step one: Head over to the My VALORANT Badge website and click the “create your badge” button in the middle of the screen.
- Step two: Players are able to create a My VALORANT Badge for any agent they want. These badges will only count the stats players have gotten with a specific agent so it’s a good idea to pick your best-performing agent first. But don’t worry, players can create multiple badges.
- Step three: Pick your desired color scheme and click save
These are the only steps players need to take, Riot Games’ will do the rest for you. The badge will be custom for each person but it will include the players’ rank and four specific stats. Each badge will show off a player’s agent kill/death ratio, their agent damage per round, their agent win rate and their agent headshot accuracy. It also gives the player the option to hide their name from the badge in case they don’t want to show it or don’t want their pro gamer skills exposed.
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