Valorant patch 3.12 adds agent-specific keybinds and friendly fire detection to the game

Riot is fulfilling their promises.

Valorant patch 3.12 adds agent-specific keybinds and friendly fire detection to the game

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Valorant patch 3.12 will go live today and will be bringing one of the most anticipated features — agent-specific keybinds — to the game. Along with this, Riot will also be adding friendly fire detection to stop players from damaging their own teammates.

You can set agent-specific keybinds under the actions tab in the controls section by going into the in-game settings. There you will be able to create different keybinds for all of the 17 agents in Valorant and can also copy a keybind to different profiles to make the process smoother.

In addition to this, if your keybinds conflict with something else, you will be able to see the inputs that have been assigned with that particular keyboard. You will also be able to revert the keybind changes you make in case you are trying different combinations and aren’t satisfied with your latest changes. Reverting the keybind will set it to what it was at the time the profile was created.

Talking about friendly fire detection, this feature will track players who purposefully throw grenades on their teammates. The game will then punish them for excessive damage dealt to their allies.