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100 Thieves Valorant Player Steel Reveals His Opinion About The New Patch Notes

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30-year-old Canadian former CS:GO player Joshua Nissan, known as “Steel,” had played for teams like Ghost Gaming, iBUYPOWER, and more. Since September 2020, he has been playing Valorant for 100 Thieves.

Recently, Riot Games announced the new patch notes for Valorant and revealed that Act III is on the way for the players. This update is featuring a new agent and a new map, alongside balancing changes.

After reading the patch notes, Steel wanted to share his thoughts about the changes and took to his official Twitter account to do so.

Steel stated that Riot Games made great changes especially for the Deathmatch and Ranked modes. He wrote that the old ranked system was so awkward to play and said that this new update make the game quality a lot better.

Here is what Steel wrote:

“Good changes with regards to Deathmatch and Ranked queue. It was mind-blowing how a diamond 3 was good enough for radiant yet bad enough for gold 3. Changes to party queues means that less people boosted into immortal/radiant as well which will make the game quality better in my opinion.”

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