Valorant Episode 5 Act 1 arrives with a variety of content like a new controller agent named Harbor who is from India. Additionally, the game even updates the raking system which changed the competitive experience of the game.
However, all these changes don’t come for free and take up storage on the player’s system. Each update size can range from some megabytes to gigabytes, so each major update increases the overall size slightly. For players who are curious to know how much storage the game takes on their system, this article is for them.
How much space does Valorant Episode 5 Act 3 take up?
Valorant currently takes up a total space of 28.4 gigabytes of storage, which with Riot Client sums up to 28.8 gigabytes. This amount of storage is necessary for Valorant to function properly as a game as it holds the assets to run in on systems.
While Valorant is less graphically intensive, it does take up a bit of storage. For which the game looks quite satisfactory even on systems with weak configurations. Due to its compatibility, the game is available for anyone to access and play it.
Now, the storage required by Valorant will keep on increasing as time goes on. This is because live-service games have to add various content to keep their game up-to-date and fresh for players. The game also observes a slight increase in size when new skins are added to the game, but they are relatively negligible.
When Episode 6 Act 1 arrives to Valorant, the game will see some increase in size by approximately 1 GB. As the new update will be arriving with a new map and these take up quite some storage on the system. No details have been revealed about the new game yet, however, Riot Games will share some information in near future.