VALORANT: Excitement for VALORANT Console Beta and it's leaked Achievement List

The VALORANT console beta is set to begin on June 14, bringing the popular tactical shooter to the Xbox Series and PlayStation 5.

As players gear up to dive into the beta, here's a look at the achievements they can aim to unlock to boost their gamer scores and trophy collections. According to TrueAchievements, there are 15 achievements in total, most of which can be unlocked through regular gameplay.

Full Achievement List

  1. Who’s next? – Get one kill
  2. And that’s how it gets done! – Win one game
  3. Right between the eyes. – Get 300 headshots
  4. They’re super dead! – Get 1,000 headshots
  5. That’s going to leave a scar. – Deal 250,000 damage
  6. Looks like I got a little carried away. – Deal 500,000 damage
  7. Time for a field test. – Use your abilities 2,000 times
  8. Take control. – Use your abilities 4,000 times
  9. Here comes the party! – Use your ultimate 125 times
  10. You want to play? Let’s play. – Use your ultimate 300 times
  11. Must I do everything? – Get an ace
  12. Beep beep beep, enough of that. – Successfully defuse a Spike with less than a second remaining
  13. I’m built different. – Earn a clutch
  14. I know exactly where you are. – Get 10 wallbang kills
  15. Next time we’ll use wooden sticks! – Get a thrifty

Achievement Analysis

  • Ease of Unlocking: Most achievements are straightforward and can be earned through natural gameplay progression. For example, "Who’s next?" and "And that’s how it gets done!" will be unlocked early as players get their first kill and win their first game.
  • Headshots and Damage: "Right between the eyes." and "They’re super dead!" require players to focus on accuracy to accumulate headshots, while "That’s going to leave a scar." and "Looks like I got a little carried away." focus on dealing significant damage over time.
  • Ability and Ultimate Usage: Achievements like "Time for a field test." and "Take control." encourage players to use their abilities frequently, and "Here comes the party!" and "You want to play? Let’s play." focus on ultimate abilities.
  • Skill-Based Achievements: "Must I do everything?" (getting an ace), "I’m built different." (earning a clutch), and "Beep beep beep, enough of that." (defusing a Spike with less than a second remaining) require more skill and precise timing.
  • Special Conditions: "I know exactly where you are." (getting wallbang kills) and "Next time we’ll use wooden sticks!" (getting a thrifty) involve specific conditions that may require more focused attempts.

Beta Availability

The beta will be available in select regions, including the U.S., Canada, U.K., Europe, and Japan. Unfortunately, Switch owners will not be able to participate at this time. Players can register for the beta in various ways, ensuring they don't miss out on the opportunity to experience VALORANT on consoles.


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Final Thoughts

The achievement list for VALORANT’s console beta appears well-balanced, rewarding players for both their time investment and skill. By including a mix of straightforward and skill-based achievements, Riot Games ensures that players of all levels have goals to work towards. This achievement structure not only adds replay value but also enhances the overall gaming experience by encouraging players to explore different aspects of the game.