Split is a map in Valorant, the popular multiplayer FPS game.
Valorant is one of the most popular FPS titles in the market currently with multiple different maps in the game. The game currently has eight maps and Split is one of the oldest maps among them. Though the map is temporarily disabled for the Unrated and Competitive queue, it is one of the most popular maps in the game.
Split Map’s Location
Split is located in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Kantō, Japan, Alpha Earth. The map is based on a city around the Japanese capital.
Split Map’s Coordinates
The Split Map belongs to 35°41'23" N 139°41'32" E coordinates.
Split Map’s Lore
In Shinjuku district of Japan’s capital Tokyo, Kingdom Corporation continues to develop the area by building offices, plazas, shops and more. However, they overlooked humongous HQ situated further north, towering into the city skyline as local residents denied the corporation expansion in that area. They even want to take it back from them. The fissure between these two sides defines the name of the map “Split”.
Split Map’s Dynamic Elements
Split has two sites where players can plant the Spike. However, the middle corridor Sewers and Veins make this map more unique than the rest. The close combat and narrow pathways urge players to be more strategic to conquer this map.
Q. Where is Split located?
A. Split is located in the Shinjuku district in Japanese capital Tokyo.
Q. How many sites are there in Split?
A. There are two sites in Split where players can plant the Spike.
Q. When will the Split map return to the Rotational Queue?
A. According to a recent report, Split map can return at the start of 2023 with Valorant Episode 6.