With the release of Episode Seven Act Two patch, VALORANT received a new map called Sunset and the older map Breeze received significant changes, which meant that VALORANT Competitive Pool is changing. Here's all the current active maps in VALORANT Competitive Pool.
Current Maps in VALORANT Competitive Pool
As of Episode Seven's Act Two VALORANT patch, the current active maps are:
- Sunset (New)
- Breeze (Reworked)
VALORANT's newest map, Sunset, is a gorgeous map set in Los Angeles. The map was first revealed in the biggest international event of the season: VCT Champions 2023. Sunset is plain simple and quick to learn, the map has no gimmicks that VALORANT fanbase got used to in previous maps.
Breeze is the sixth VALORANT map and was first introduced back in Episode Two Act Three in Patch 2.08, the map received tons of hate upon its release but the fanbase got used to it after a while. The map is set in Bermuda Triangle and features a huge middle area that is designed to be the battlefield of the map. Breeze also features some gimmicks like ropes, sliding doors. The map was removed from the active map pool when Lotus was released, but it's back now with a bunch of changes.
Lotus is the ninth VALORANT map and was first introduced back in Episode Six Act One in Patch 6.0. Unlike Breeze, Lotus' introduction to VALORANT was welcomed and the fanbase appreciated a map like Haven that features more sites and is attacker-sided. The map is set in India and features three sites, a rotating door and a small "baby" door.
While the aforementioned maps were introduced after the release of VALORANT, Haven was first introduced in the beta version of the game, and is still in the active map pool since. Haven is set in beautiful Bhutan, and the map, like Lotus, features three sites with no gimmicks.
Ascent was the first map to be added to VALORANT after its public release. The map is quite simple and for the longest time had a love/hate relationship with the fanbase. Ascent is set in Italy, and it features no gimmicks. The map was never removed from the active map pool, but it is speculated to be the next one taking a break.
Split is one of the three map introduced back in the beta version of VALORANT. The map is set in Japan. The map was removed from the active map pool back in Episode Five Act One. But the map was brought back to the active map pool after slight changes, making it more fair to the attacking side.
Bind is also one of the three map introduced back in the beta version of VALORANT. The map is set in beautiful Morocco, and features a teleporter gimmick, which makes it all the more fun to be queued at. Bind was removed from the active map pool back in Episode Six Act One, but it was brought back with a massive rework later.
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