According to character producer John Goscicki, Chamber plays the role of a “gentleman assassin,” a Sentinel-class character who “bunkers down and holds a location by getting frags.” He is able to accomplish this through the use of a skill and weapon set that includes a trap that scans for enemies, a heavy pistol, and a sniper rifle that can take out enemies with a single perfectly placed shot. Chamber will be available in Valorant with Patch 3.10, which will be released on November 16.
Because his abilities are centered around “highly lethal, pinpoint accuracy,” as Goscicki describes them, they wanted his appearance to reflect that. “A person of that caliber would also be concerned with the finer details of life, from the cut of his vest to the color of the threading and the way his shoes would tie the whole ensemble together,” says the author. If that description resonates with you, Chamber may be a representative worth considering.
It will be released just a few weeks after Riot releases the Valorant Episode 3, Act III Battlepass, which will go live on November 2nd and be available for a total of ten weeks. In addition to the five free “Marquee Items” and nine paid “Marquee Items,” the pack itself costs 1,000 Valorant Points, which is the game’s virtual currency. According to Riot associate art director Sean Marino, the Battlepass will be focused on bringing some fall holiday vibes to the game through the use of costumes.