Valorant is only in its closed beta phase on PC right now, and no other platforms have officially been announced for Riot Games' tactical, team-based FPS title. One has to wonder if Valorant will make its way to other platforms sometime in the future, and it looks like there is a chance of this happening.
According to a report by Express.co.uk, Joe Ziegler, Game Director of Valorant at Riot Games, provided the publication with some interesting answers, including that the developer is exploring Valorant mobile and console versions.
Before we get to what Joe Ziegler reportedly said, please remember "exploring" possibilities of Valorant mobile, and console versions, isn't the same as a confirmation. Instead, this information should be taken as a "we might do it in the future", so don't expect any official announcement soon.
With that out of the way, Express.co.uk reports when asked about Valorant launching "this summer" on PC, and if there are any plans to bring the game to other platforms, Joe Ziegler said:
“While we are exploring other platforms like console and mobile, right now the team is working hard to deliver a top-notch experience on PC.”
Titles such as PUBG, Call of Duty and Fortnite have seen great success on console and mobile, so if Riot wants to take over the world with Valorant, it is worth considering mobile and console versions. However, one has to remember CS:GO never made its way to other platforms, which could very well happen to Valorant as well.
The takeaway from this is Riot Games might release Valorant on mobile, and consoles, sometime in the distant future after the PC version has been released, but you shouldn't hold your breath.