Valorant Patch 4.11 introduces changes for more than half of the roster
Riot Games has released Valorant update 4.11, which launched with many quality-of-life changes and bug fixes. You can also use the “Clutch Mute” feature to silence your teammates to help you focus and win.
Clutch Mute New Feature
Clutch Mute allows you to concentrate and block out audio from teammates. It can be distracting and frustrating for teammates to talk via voice chat in high-stakes situations. You can now set a keybind that temporarily mutes your teammates and lets you focus on winning the round. This feature is very useful, but it’s important to remember to turn it off so you can hear your teammates at key moments.
Yoru Gets Fix for Dimensional Rift Bug
Fixed a bug that Yoru could not use weapons sooner than he intended. Yoru won 1v1s easily because players didn’t expect him to shoot too fast. Since the last patches, some players have found new ways to trigger this bug. These loopholes are intended to make the game more accessible for all players. Riot Games will be closely monitoring the outcomes of these changes.
Sova’s Voiceover Gets Changes
Sova’s trick shot VO (Voice Over) was updated to make it play when he kills an opponent with a 1 or 2-bouncing Shock Bolt. These VO lines were not intended to be used when destroying enemy traps. This gave Sova and his team information that was not easily accessible through other methods. Riot Games added it back but limited its use to Sova’s killing an enemy player using a bouncing Shock Bolt.
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However, the new update isn’t perfect. Even if blood is enabled in your game settings, there are still instances when sparks fly when you shoot enemies. These are the Valorant patch 4.11 changes. You can view all the changes in detail by visiting the official patch notes. You can learn more about the gear and settings that top Valorant pros use in our guide…