Valorant flashes are one of the most annoying things to deal with in the game. If anything, VALORANT Flash Hack would relieve players from the relentless various colors of flashes in the game. A similar event has come up in Valorant after Nvidia GeForce’s Hide HUD feature was discovered to make players immune to all the flashes in the game.
Earlier today, some players figured out a potential VALORANT Flash Hack after getting the Nvidia GeForce update that disables all flashes on the screen. The article discusses all about the potent VALORANT Flash Hack in the game after the Nvidia GeForce update and the problems caused by it.
Nvidia GeForce VALORANT Flash Hack
Since today, an uproar in the Valorant community arose after loopers found out that the Nvidia GeForce experience not only optimizes settings, updates drivers, improves, and enhances games with real-time post-processing filters, but it also indirectly installs potential VALORANT Flash Hack in the game. The Nvidia GeForce Experience update was recently found to make VALORANT players immune to the effects of flashes, simply by using the Hide HUD feature.
Valorant currently has a roster of 16 agents, and 5 of them have direct flashes while 2 agents have near sight abilities. No doubt players are frustrated with the relentless flashing in the game. Well, Nvidia GeForce had come to the rescue of Valorant players simply by a hide HUD feature. The application’s hide head-up display feature removes the minimap, ability icons, and health bar, and renders flashes useless.
Users on Reddit were in an uproar when one of the members portrayed the Valorant Flash Hack with KAY/O, and the flash was completely surpassed.
The Nvidia Experience service offers optimization for settings and game drives to improve the overall gameplay experience by using real-time post-processing filters. Instead, the bugged Nvidia update conferred a hack that retained total visibility of players, after using the Flash in-game.
Although it was tested with KAY/O, it is effective on every flash agent in Valorant, namely, Skye, breach, Phoenix, Yoru, and Kayo himself. The problem might have been taken care of by now, but the players had a welcome relief in the game for at least a few hours.