On June 2, Riot Games released the full version of the game called Valorant. Before that, people were able to play the closed beta version of the game. Not everyone was able to play the closed beta version. Now, everyone is able to play the game as it is available for everyone for free.
Actually, there is an age requirement to play Valorant. You must be 16 or older to play it. As stated before, the game is available for free, but it needs the Riot account to download it, which means you have to be 16 or older. In the game called Valorant, there are a lot of blood, weapons, and some other things so it is not suitable for children under 16.
For those who want to manually update Valorant, you can just go to the official website of Valorant called playvalorant.com. In the homepage, you will be able to find the pink Download button. All that you have to do is to press that button and the process of downloading will be started immediately.
Can you carry over everything to the full game from the Valorant closed beta? In the latest news, Riot Games has stated that the Valorant game progress, like the Unracked and Competitive Mode standings, would be lost once the closed beta ends. However, the players of Valorant who be able to keep everything they gained in the closed beta player pass. As for the store purchase, they would not be able to be carried over, and no matter how many Valorant points you may have bought, it would be re-credited back to your client, with a 20% bonus on top of it as well. For instance, if you have invested around 1000 VP on getting gun skins and Agents in Valorant closed beta, not only would that amount be credited back to you, but you will get the extra 200 VP along with it.
As most of the ranked and match progress would be lost, the developer has decided to offer some incentives to those who have been grinding it out the ranked ladder. Actually, the overall trade is not that bad, as not only would you be having all your Valorant points back, but you will get some progress incentives as well. In the end, you would be able to re-spend all your Valorant points again, but this time you will be wiser about it, as you will have more knowledge of the Valorant game.
It seems like the loss of the ranked progress would indeed not settle well with a lot of players. However, it is important to take note that when starting out again, your second progress would be far more superior than the first one. Aside from that, you will be able to climb up the ranks much faster than what you were previously able to. No one knows the future. You might just be able to choose a few new things along the way.