Valorant Episode 3 Act 2: Useable Glitches on Fracture

Here are some usable glitches for an advantage on Valorant Fracture

The release of Valorant Episode 3 Act 2 saw players gain access to the brand new Fracture map, and now there appears to be some interesting Sova glitches that players can exploit.

Fracture is an H-shaped concept that Riot Games brought to the ever-growing FPS phenomenon, and has been welcomed by the player base overall.

With the addition of a new map comes the potential for glitches and exploits for players to discover to gain an advantage, and Fracture appears to be no different.

Sova Glitches Found on Valorant’s Fracture Map

Valorant YouTuber TPAXTOP recently revealed two places on the Fracture where Sova can fire his Recon Bolt through walls to gather intel. The key behind this is that it can be done with little to no risk to gamers who main Sova.

The first discovered spot will allow defenders on B site to fire an arrow through a wall that will land near the entrance to where the attackers spawn. This is very handy for defenders to discover enemy movement early on in the round.

The second area will allow attackers to fire an arrow through the wall towards B site. This will highlight the entire area and any enemies that are hiding.

The Recon Bolt will actually go through a tiny gap and bounce through a wall before landing back inside the map itself.

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Here are some usable glitches for an advantage on Valorant Fracture

Fracture Codename: Canyon

Fracture was originally released on its own with a specific queue for the new map. Riot confirmed that they wanted to give 2 weeks before the map was introduced into Competitive, which is set to take place on or around Tuesday 21st September 2021.

Riot noted the following at the release of Fracture, confirming their intentions:

  • Fracture only queue!
  • This queue is a standard, Unrated mode that will give players a chance to practice the new map before they see it in Competitive play.
  • Fracture-only queue will be available for 2 weeks, afterward, Fracture will enter other modes, including Competitive.


Players had initially reported bugs in the map regarding the Zipline, however, these appear to have been ironed out with Fracture set to be moving to Competitive shortly.

Read More: Valorant Patch Notes 3.05: Will Fracture be Available in Competitive?

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