Valorant 7.05 PBE Patch Notes, What is Valorant PBE?

Valorant 7.05 PBE Patch Notes

PBE will close on Tuesday, August 29, 2023 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time.

On August 28th, PBE will focus on Agents updates, Breeze updates, etc.

Agent update

See patch notes for a special version of 7.04 that only includes the upcoming agent update:


  • Aftershocks (C)

  • Rolling Thunder(X)




  • Moshe Pit(C)

  • Wingman(Q)

  • Whip(X)




  • Guiding Light(E)

  • Trailblazer(Q)

  • Explorer(X)


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  • Gravity Well(C)

  • Nova Pulse(Q)

  • Cosmic Divide(X)


  • Tailwind(E)

  • Heavy rain(C)

  • Updraft (Q)

  • Bladestorm(X)

Map update

Map rotation

  • Breeze will return to the competitive and unrated map pools.

  • Please note that Fracture and Pearl have been removed from the Competitive and Unrated map rotations.


Breeze’s scale and size were central to the map design, but we wanted to address the rotation time issue by simplifying where threats might be, thus reducing the danger of recapture. This set of changes is designed to add more trade-offs to A and B site slamming, utilizing post-insert utility to keep turns safe while giving attackers more power to control the mid lane to apply pressure across the map.

See this post with before and after images:

Player behavior updates

Report UI improvements

  • We improve readability by adding icons and displaying detailed text descriptions when hovering over each newly added icon.

  • We’ve divided our postgame report list into groups to help break down decisions from high-level categories into subcategories.

  • We’ve added whistleblower information to reduce false reports.

BUG fix


game system

player behavior

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Known issues

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What is Valorant PBE?

Valorant PBE is an exclusive testing ground where players can get an early look at upcoming updates and content before they are introduced to global servers. It’s like a playground for players to try out new features and provide valuable feedback to the developers. Essentially, it’s a way for players to experience what’s coming to the world of Valorant.

The main purpose of the Valorant PBE is two-fold. First, it allows players to explore new maps and evaluate new agents, giving them a chance to adapt to changes in gameplay and strategy before anyone else. Secondly, it’s a bug-busting arena where players can report and help fix any nasty glitches or issues they encounter. This ensures that when the new content eventually rolls out to all players, it will be well-tuned and hopefully free of any troublesome bugs.

In order to qualify for access to the Valorant PBE servers, players need to meet two key criteria. First, their account must be in the NA (North America) region, and they should always play in that region. Secondly, their profile should have a clean record without any existing bans. Meeting these criteria will allow players to join early access to exciting updates and improvements to Valorant.



Valorant is a very popular free-to-play first-person tactical hero shooter developed and published by Riot Games, the famous creators of League of Legends. The game was released for Windows on June 2, 2020 and took the gaming world by storm. However, its journey began long before launch. Valorant was codenamed “Project A” in October 2019 and entered a restricted-access closed beta phase on April 7, 2020, allowing a lucky few to experience its gameplay.

What sets Valorant apart is its blend of elements from different game genres. It draws inspiration from the Counter-Strike series, incorporating mechanics such as purchase menus, spray patterns, and challenges such as maintaining accuracy while moving. These tactical features create a unique gaming experience that requires teamwork, strategy and precision shooting. Valorant continues to grow in popularity, with a loyal player base and a vibrant esports scene, making it a major player in the world of competitive gaming.

“Valorant” gameplay

Valorant delivers an exciting team-based first-person tactical hero shooter experience that transports players to a world in the near future. In this game, players take on the role of agents, each representing a different country and culture from around the world. A standard game consists of two teams, one attacking and one defending, with five players per team. The key to the excitement of Valorant is its unique characters and their abilities.

Each agent has unique abilities that are enhanced by electrical charges. In addition, each agent possesses an extraordinary ultimate ability that can be unlocked by earning fees through a variety of means including kills, deaths, orbs, or achieving objectives. At the start of each round, players are equipped with a “classic” pistol and a set of “signature ability” charges. In order to obtain more powerful weapons and additional ability fees, they participate in the in-game economic system. The system rewards players with money based on their performance in the previous round, which includes kills, completed objectives, and other contributions.

Valorant’s arsenal includes a variety of weapons, from secondary pistols to primary guns such as submachine guns, shotguns, machine guns, assault rifles, and sniper rifles. These weapons come in both automatic and semi-automatic varieties, each with its own unique firing modes that the player must master in order to shoot accurately. As of now, Valorant has an impressive roster of 22 different agents, each with their own set of abilities and ultimate powers, giving players a wide range of strategic options. While players start with five agents unlocked when creating an account, they can unlock the remaining characters by earning an in-game currency called Kingdom Points. These points can be earned by playing the game and completing daily or weekly missions, allowing players to unlock agents and purchase cosmetics from agent contracts.

Disclaimer: The above information is for general information purposes only. All information on this website is provided in good faith, but we make no representations or warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy, adequacy, validity, reliability, availability or completeness of any information on this website.

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