Riot Games today released Valorant's latest dev diary to give an outline of the content planned for 2023. While confirming that this year will bring new maps, agents, battle pass, and Premier Tournament Mode, Anna Donlon, Valorant's executive producer, announced at the end of the video that Team Deathmatch will also be releasing in 2023.
No other details were shared regarding the mode, but it is speculated to be an ability-enabled mode, unlike the already present Deathmatch mode, and the team to first reach 100 kills will be the winner of the match. As per leaks, Riot has already conducted its internal and external testing secretly under the codename HURM.
I released this info back in August and since then it has been tested in house and also through external QA testing as I have gotten some reports of people trying it out.— Mike | Valorant Leaks & News (@ValorLeaks) January 24, 2023
Apart from this, we will also be getting new systems to unlock content in the game, and Swiftplay mode, which is currently in beta testing, will also be getting its final release. Riot also revealed that they are trying to release Valorant on other platforms; however, it will be slower than we think it is.