Valorant – #1 Best Yoru Agent Guide, High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – #1 Best Yoru Agent Guide, High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
Overview of Yoru's Playstyle: Yoru is Valorant's newest agent, kicking of Episode 2 with a very powerful agent with lots of potential. Yoru is a duelist, making his primary goal to entry for his team and frag enemy players to open up sites. The Yoru agent guide below will talk about each of his abilities and give you in-depth pointers for how to best utilize them. Fakeout Ability (100 Credits, 2 Max) (Yoru Agent Guide) The first of Yoru's abilities is called Fakeout, allowing you to place footsteps to make noise and potentially confuse enemy players. When pulling this ability out, you can either left-click or right-click as seen in the video above. Left-clicking places a static version of the steps, allowing you to activate them whenever you want. Right-click…
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Valorant – #14 Agent Yoru Massive LEAKS: Abilities Showcase/Description

Valorant – #14 Agent Yoru Massive LEAKS: Abilities Showcase/Description

Agent Guides, Valorant, Valorant News
Overview of Agent Yoru (Agent #14): After much speculation in the Valorant community, leaks finally reveal Valorant's 14th agent will be a duelist named Yoru. Agent Yoru has many very cool and unique abilities that are somewhat similar to other abilities that already exist. From what we've seen so far, Yoru looks to be a hybrid of both Reyna and Omen. His abilities mostly revolve around stealth/invisibility but also includes a flash to help entry as all other duelists can. It also seems that Agent Yoru is from Japan, making him the first Japanese Valorant agent. Gameplay and Description of Yoru's Abilities: Above is a leaked Twitter video from @ValorantUpdates, which showcases each one of Agent Yoru's abilities in the practice range. The descriptions of abilities in the video are…
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Valorant – Skye #1 Incredible High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Skye #1 Incredible High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Skye? Skye is considered an initiator, which places her in the same category as Sova and Breach. This makes a lot of sense because she has both flashes as well as a drone-like Tasmanian tiger ability that can stun enemies. On top of this, she has the ability to AOE heal her allies in a large radius. Skye has the potential to open fights for your team with the majority of her abilities, as well as the ability to heal after an initial fight. - Skye's Abilities - Regrowth (200 Credits, 1 Max) Overview: Regrowth is Skye's healing ability, costing a total of 200 credits. After pulling this ability out, holding mouse 1 heals any teammates in line-of-sight of Skye. This ability is often very good for…
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Valorant – Killjoy #1 Spectacular High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Killjoy #1 Spectacular High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Killjoy? Killjoy falls into the sentinel category, currently placing her in the same category as Sage and Cypher. Killjoy doesn't have any healing abilities, but her play-style is extremely similar to that of Cypher's. She has a turret which is mainly used for getting information about enemy players' locations. She also has an alarmbot that will blow up on enemy players in its radius, and ultimately apply the vulnerable debuff to anyone damaged. Killjoy's ultimate ability, called lockdown, is also incredibly powerful when pushing or defending a site. Ultimately, Killjoy is looking to be a great alternative to Cypher with many unique abilities that all work to help secure areas for your team. - Killjoy's Abilities - Nanoswarm (200 Credits, 2 Max) Overview: Nanoswarm is an ability…
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Valorant – Raze #1 Renowned High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Raze #1 Renowned High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Raze? Raze has access to some incredibly powerful abilities that all do a large amount of damage to enemies. Some of these abilities can also be used to boost Raze into places that give her an advantage when holding an angle. Raze's boom bot ability also allows gives her an advantage when peaking around a corner, as it emits a loud noise upon spotting an enemy. Her grenade ability can also prevent enemies from pushing an area, or potentially kill multiple of them. Overall, Raze has a really cool kit that allows for many things that most other agents don't have access to. - Raze's Abilities - Boom Bot (200 Credits, 1 Max)   Overview: Boom bot is an ability that allows Raze to throw a bot…
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Valorant – Jett #1 Incredible High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Jett #1 Incredible High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Jett? Jett has abilities that all synergize very well with each other. Her abilities also either focus quite heavily on movement or supporting her movement abilities. There are also many different combinations that can be used with Jett's kit to allow her to quickly take a site, catch enemies off-guard, or bait enemy players into misplaying. She also has cloudbursts which can be extremely effective at smoking off enemies while pushing an area. Ultimately, playing Jett gives you an edge over your opponents with speed, smokes, and the potential to outplay with many of her abilities. - Jett's Abilities - Cloudburst (100 Credits, 3 Max)   Overview: Cloudburst is an ability that allows Jett to throw medium-sized smokes that last for about seven seconds. When combined with…
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Valorant – Omen #1 Astounding High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Omen #1 Astounding High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Omen? Omen has abilities that can give his team the edge on certain fights through vision control. He can also outplay his opponents with good use of his two teleport abilities. Communication is the key to mastering Omen since this is what allows your abilities' powers to shine. Each round his smokes also have the potential to smoke off two key areas across the entire map. When attacking, this is great for locking down important areas with your team as well. Continue reading and learn how to best utilize each one of Omen's abilities. - Omen's Abilities - Shrouded Step (100 Credits, 2 Max)   Overview: Shrouded step allows Omen to teleport a short to medium distance. Omen will cast this ability for about one second before…
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Valorant – Reyna #1 Ambitious High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Reyna #1 Ambitious High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Reyna? Reyna is the agent that probably rewards aggressive play-styles the most. Each one of her abilities is usually used in a somewhat aggressive way, allowing Reyna the chance to get picks all through-out every round. She also has options after obtaining a pick. Reyna can either activate her dismiss ability to become temporarily invulnerable, or she can activate her devour ability to over-heal back up to 150 hp. Ultimately, Reyna rewards players that have an aggressive play-style and knows when they should go for picks. - Reyna's Abilities - Leer (200 Credits, 2 Max)   Overview: Leer is essentially a purple orb that can be thrown through walls that floats for roughly three seconds. Any enemy player that has vision of the orb, no matter the…
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Valorant – Viper #1 Ingenious High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Viper #1 Ingenious High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Viper? Viper has access to some incredible utility that allows your team to much more easily take a site. She is mostly about zoning and reducing the amount of vision enemy players have. A good Viper player will block vision of key areas with her poison cloud and will use her toxic screen to allow her team to efficiently take a site. Overall, Viper plays quite similar to Brimstone with a few noticeable differences. - Understanding Viper's Kit Maintaining Fuel: All of Viper's abilities revolve around poison, and a couple utilize her fuel bar. While her poison cloud and toxic screen are activated, they reduce her fuel, which can be seen above all of her abilities. Fuel recharges after deactivating the abilities that take away from it.…
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Valorant – Breach #1 Bright High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Breach #1 Bright High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Breach? Breach is one of the more powerful agents in Valorant. He has access to utility that can blind, zone, and slow his enemies. This makes both defending and attacking much easier for good Breach players. Not to mention that Breach's ultimate can completely stop a full enemy push. Breach generally plays the entry-fragger role, similar to both Phoenix and Reyna. This typically means that, when pushing an area, Breach would go first with his flash-bangs and other utility unless someone else wants to walk in before him. - Breach's Abilities Similarly to Phoenix, catching opponents off-guard with intelligent usage of your abilities will often give your team free kills. However, poor usage of his abilities will give away your location and also waste credits. Knowing when…
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