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Monday, January 24, 2022

VALORANT Patch 4.0 . All upcoming map changes

valorenti Patch 4.0 is set to be released next week. But today, Riot Games revealed patch notes, which include two maps, Bind and Breeze, each receiving some changes.

Bind is getting two minor updates, including a “new bench for mix ups when taking a first look” and a change in choke point that will now give attackers more options to advance. The choke point is at short A and the first sentinel was allowed to smoke the location, leaving few options for the attackers to push through it. The field would be changed to give the attackers a shot through point.

Although only a few changes are being made to Bind, there is a long list of changes for the Breeze. Some minor changes include two stacks of boxes being added to the cave, an adjusted curved wall in the middle, and a door at B, which must be opened or closed before being reactivated.

Some changes will have a big impact on the gameplay. For example, a main choke would be changed to increase its width, thereby eliminating the “fish in a barrel” situation where the opponent could be in one of two places. A site will also be replaced at the rear, where a cover will be accommodated and the pool will be extended to the far wall. This change gives the defenders more protection and provides a place to retreat.

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A large part of the B site will also be adjusted. The pillar will have additional cover, a new wall at the back of the site that will close it, and a stack of crates will be added to Wall B as well. The developers said in the patch notes that “the new cover on the pillar allows for new pre and post plant opportunities” and the adjusted back site will give players new places to find cover. Crate’s new Stack on B Wall seems like a small change, but the developers hope to break up the awkward fights and give more flexible options for cover when retaking or holding.

Another notable change that doesn’t appear in the patch notes is a fix for the Cypher Cam exploit on Breeze that was used in a valorenti Champions match by Brazilian team Vivo KID. The location of the camera is allowed for a cipher player to see through a space at the top of a building. From the player’s perspective on the ground, the texture is solid and the cipher camera cannot be seen. This created an unfair advantage for Vivo Kid, which resulted in Riot taking a competitive decision.

Screenshot via Riot Games

The spot is now properly textured so that the cipher camera cannot see through the spot on the building giving the player an advantage.

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