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Agents are the playable characters in VALORANT, representing an agent of the VALORANT Protocol. Each agent serves as a different class with four abilities and has a unique Contract.

Summary

Agents have one Signature Ability which they get for free each round.

Riot was aiming to launch the game with 12 agents, but only 8 were available in the early press builds.[2] The March 29, 2020, private event introduced Breach. Since the Closed Beta launch on April 7, 2020, Raze was added along with the map Split, bringing the Agent total to 10. Five agents are available at first launch, with two more that can be easily unlocked by leveling up in the game. More agents can be unlocked by taking Contracts and gathering XP on them.

Agents have a base health of 100; Light Shields bring the maximum health to 125, and Heavy Shields to 150.

It is the intention of the developers that one agent be released per act.

Roles

Each agent fulfills one of four roles, defined by their abilities and playstyle:


ControllerClassSymbol.png Controllers are experts in slicing up dangerous territory to set their team up for success.


DuelistClassSymbol.png Duelists are self-sufficient fraggers who their team expects, through abilities and skills, to get high frags and seek out engagements first.


InitiatorClassSymbol.png Initiators challenge angles by setting up their team to enter contested ground and push defenders away.


SentinelClassSymbol.png Sentinels are defensive experts who can lock down areas and watch flanks, both on attacker and defender rounds.

List of Agents

Note: The numbers in the "No." column are in the chronological order of when the agents were recruited by the VALORANT Protocol. You can find their numbers in game by going to their contracts and looking at their banners. There is an eighth agent in the VALORANT Protocol but their identity is unknown, and they are not yet a playable agent in VALORANT[3].

No. Agent Type Origin Release Patch
01
Brimstone icon.png Brimstone


ControllerClassSymbol.png Controller

US.png United States Beta
02
Viper icon.png Viper


ControllerClassSymbol.png Controller

US.png United States Beta
03
Omen icon.png Omen


ControllerClassSymbol.png Controller

Unknown Beta
04
Killjoy icon.png Killjoy


SentinelClassSymbol.png Sentinel

DE.png Germany 1.05
05
Cypher icon.png Cypher


SentinelClassSymbol.png Sentinel

MA.png Morocco Beta
06
Sova icon.png Sova


InitiatorClassSymbol.png Initiator

RU.png Russia Beta
07
Sage icon.png Sage


SentinelClassSymbol.png Sentinel

CN.png China Beta
09
Phoenix icon.png Phoenix


DuelistClassSymbol.png Duelist

GB.png United Kingdom Beta
10
Jett icon.png Jett


DuelistClassSymbol.png Duelist

KR.png South Korea Beta
11
Reyna icon.png Reyna


DuelistClassSymbol.png Duelist

Flag MX.png Mexico 1.0
12
Raze icon.png Raze


DuelistClassSymbol.png Duelist

BR.png Brazil Beta
13
Breach icon.png Breach


InitiatorClassSymbol.png Initiator

SE.png Sweden Beta
14
Skye icon.png Skye


InitiatorClassSymbol.png Initiator

AU.png Australia 1.11
15
Yoru icon.png Yoru


DuelistClassSymbol.png Duelist

JP.png Japan 2.0
16
Astra icon.png Astra


ControllerClassSymbol.png Controller

GH.png Ghana 2.04
17
KAYO icon.png KAY/O


InitiatorClassSymbol.png Initiator

Unknown 3.0

Upcoming Agents

Scrapped Agents

Trivia

  • The in-game heights of the agents have to be kept the same so that no agent's height has an advantage over others, but the canon heights of the agents has been shared by the game's Creative Director.[4]
    • Jett is the smallest agent and Breach is the tallest.

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