Valorant Ignition Card

The Valorant Ignition card is a new player card that you can get in the game. It is a present from the Valorant team, celebrating the game’s first birthday with a special player card featuring all playable characters from Episode 1. It is a very nice gesture, and I’m sure a lot of players are going to appreciate it, particularly those that have been there from the beginning. So, we’re going to show you how to get the Ignition card in this guide.

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Valorant Ignition Card

How to Get Valorant Ignition Card

To get the Valorant Ignition Card, all you have to do is pick it up from your inventory. Unlike the majority of special player cards that you can get in Valorant, such as the Pride Cards and the Duality Card, you don’t need to redeem a code or anything like that. Just check your inventory and claim the commemorative card from there. Heck, that’s exactly what the tweet announcing the Episode 1-based gift tells you to do. If you don’t have it in your inventory, that’s probably some sort of bug, and you should contact Valorant’s support team.

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This is just the first in a series of several player cards that will commemorate the three episodes of the first year of Valorant. The Episode 2 card will launch on June 14th, and the Episode 3 one will be available starting June 22nd. I assume that all of them are going to have a similar design like the Valorant Ignition card. As you can see in the image above, it features all the characters that were playable in Episode 1. The art looks kinda like an action movie poster, and is a really neat way to thank players for a year of devotion. I’m sure this will mean a lot to many people, especially those that were playing Valorant from the very beginning.

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