Between map rotation pools, new Agents, and the long-awaited Chamber nerfs, it's been a big year for VALORANT.
Between map rotation pools, new Agents, and the long-awaited Chamber nerfs, it’s been a big year for VALORANT. In 2022, the game has grown into both a popular multiplayer title and a flourishing eSports scene, and there’s even more to look forward to in 2023. Before we look forward, we must look back one more time. Developer Riot Games is making it easy with the 2022 Valorant recaps, better known as ValFlashbacks. If you need more information about How to get your 2022 VALORANT recap (VALFlashback) then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.
Valorant Flashback will include the many stats and accolades you’ve collected over the years, including data like total headshots and most played agents. Riot has sent recaps to its players in the past, doing so during the summer of 2021 to celebrate a full year since Valorant’s release. Those year one recaps included number of matches won, total kill-death-assist ratio, total damage, and more.
Recently, Riot released an online tool for players to create unique badges for each of their agents, listing K/D, win rate, and the highest rank achieved while playing each agent.Looking for your end-of-the-year recap? Here’s everything you need to know about when you can expect your VALORANT flashbacks for 2022 and how to make sure you get your recap.
In order to receive your VALORANT recap for 2022, you will need to opt in to receive VALORANT marketing emails by December 26th. By default, most VALORANT players should already be signed up for it, but if you’re not or if you just want to check, here’s how you can sign up:
When it’s all done or if it’s already happened, you should receive your personalized flashback email featuring all your 2022 stats and achievements in your inbox before the end of the year. Recaps should be easily shareable on social media.