In an attempt to curb toxicity, Valorant will now erroneously display bad behavior at its end of the game screen.
A fresh update has been issued for the game, which focuses primarily on changes to the Pearl map.
Nevertheless, in the patch notes, there is a social update to include a "disruptive gameplay-based behaviour indicator."
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"We''ve introduced a feature that will show at the end of the game screen, which players have been identified for engaging in unusual gameplay behavior," the author said.
"This has been added to the following game modes: Unrated, Competitive, Spike Rush, and Replication, with additional game modes to follow in the near future."
It''s unclear exactly what constitutes "disruptive gameplay-based behaviour," whether it be toxic in voice chat, going AFK during a match, or harassing another player.
Riot began recording voice chat in North America back in July, and it was then encouraged to train its language standards. At the time, a statement stated that "Voice evaluation during this period will not be used for disruptive behavior reports."
The voice evaluation system was expected to be launched in a beta sometime this year, so this may be the case.
The update also fixes an issue with KAY/O''s Zero/point as well as other bugs.
The Valorant website has a wide selection of patch notes.