Riot Games will be officially stepping into the first-person shooter genre when Valorant hits the market later this year. This title is a character-based tactical FPS game where two teams of five compete to eliminate each other and be crowned victorious. One of the characters known as agents that players will be able to use is Sage. In this article we have everything we know about Sage today.
According to this agent's official description from Riot Games, “Sage creates security for himself and his team wherever he goes. Able to revive fallen friends and avoid violent attacks, she provides a safer and calmer environment for a hellish battleground.”
Riot Games also revealed that this character is from China.
Players who choose to play as Sage will have four different abilities they can use to help themselves and their teammates get every advantage they can in a match. You can find these four skills and their official descriptions below:
- Slow Orb – Launches an orb of radianite that enters a slower field upon impact to the ground. All captured in the field are slower, grounded, and make noise when moving.
- Barrier Orb – Conjure a large, solid wall. Right-click to rotate the wall before broadcast.
- Signature Abilit: Healing Orb – Heal an ally or yourself to full health for a few seconds.
- Ultimate: Resurrection – Target a friendly corpse. After a short delay, revive them to full health.
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Valorant's official Twitter account released a gameplay video showing Sage utilizing his various abilities in a match where viewers can see just how useful this character can be when he's used his full potential. You can find this gameplay video for Sage below: VALORANT✔@PlayVALORANT
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