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Draken Wants To See New Features In Valorant Such As ‘Retake Mode’



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William Fant Sundin, known as “Draken,” is a 25-year-old Swedish former CS:GO player who started to make a name for himself with his time in Ninjas In Pyjamas, Fnatic, and more. In mid-2020, he switched to Valorant.

In October 2020, Draken and his colleagues joined the newly formed British organization, Guild Esports, and he has been playing for the organization since then. However, they couldn’t get any victory in top-tier tournaments.

Yesterday, Draken took his official Twitter account to share a new post and revealed the features he wants to see in Valorant.

In the tweet, Draken mentioned that Riot Games should allow players to play the Practice Range while queuing for the ranked mode, which took a long time to find a match and play. In this way, players could warm up before the match starts.

In addition to that, Draken also wants to see a 5-man ranked mode that allows you to play competitively with your friends. Also, he pointed out that a new retake game mode would help the community as well.

Draken wrote:

“Would be nice to be able to be in The Range while in Queue and also to have preferable skins on specific agent, Valorant.

Also please bring back 5-stacks and drop a retake mode.”

You can check out the post below.

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