Top 5 – Best Valorant Gaming Mouse #1 Amazing Guide

Top 5 – Best Valorant Gaming Mouse #1 Amazing Guide

Fundamental Guides, Valorant, Valorant Gear
Factors of a Great Valorant Gaming Mouse: Outside of personal preference, there are many important factors that make up a good Valorant gaming mouse. Below will include an in-depth guide of each of these factors, and how they play a role when it comes to Valorant in specific. Each of these factors will be how we measure each of the mouse's ranking. Pricing of a Valorant Gaming Mouse: This is one of the most obvious factors, as the quality of a gaming mouse is generally pretty correlated to its price. However, this doesn't necessarily mean that expensive gaming mice are always the best choice. If you must, you can also set a price range and heavily base your final decision on that. Weight, Size, and Durability: Most gaming mice will…
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Best Methods to Improve Your Valorant Aim #1 Perfect Guide

Best Methods to Improve Your Valorant Aim #1 Perfect Guide

Fundamental Guides, Valorant
Overview of The Importance of Aim: (Valorant Aim) Although aim is of course not the only factor that determines a radiant player/pro player, aiming is definitely something important to become better at Valorant. Learning to aim and learning to improve your Valorant aim in can feel quite difficult at first, as it isn't exactly the easiest thing to pick up. Below will be different sections teaching you multiple methods that will significantly improve your Valorant aim. It's worth noting that I will use Aim L ab for one of the sections below, which is a free download on Steam here: https://store.steampowered.com/app/714010/Aim_Lab/ As an Immortal 3 player, I would highly recommend this software, as it has helped me tremendously to improve my through all of diamond and immortal. Oh yeah, Aim…
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Valorant – How to Climb to Radiant Rank #1 Best Guide

Valorant – How to Climb to Radiant Rank #1 Best Guide

Fundamental Guides, Valorant
Overview: (Radiant Rank) Above is my Episode 1 Act 3 rank, with almost my full triangle filled with Immortal 3 games. As you can see, I played a total of 123 games this act, which is a decent number of games. Since I have achieved Immortal 3, and plan to hit Radiant rank the first act of Episode 2, I can give some decent tips regarding how to play Valorant's ranked mode and consistently improve. This guide will be split into different sections, some of which may help you more than others depending on your rank and where you currently are in your ranked journey. Please also note that all of the sections written below are all equally important for improving and eventually getting Radiant rank. Sensitivity/Warming Up Before Ranked:…
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Valorant – #1 Incredible Icebox Guide for Attacking/Defending

Valorant – #1 Incredible Icebox Guide for Attacking/Defending

Fundamental Guides, Map Guides, Valorant
Overview of Icebox: Icebox is a very different map than most of Valorant's other maps, which often makes for different play-styles and strategies of playing the game. In addition to this, Riot made some minor changes in a recent patch that slightly changed how attackers and defenders can play. It's also good to realize that Icebox has vertical ropes on A-Site and B-Site, and a horizontal rope on A-Site. This makes for some very unique angles on high ground on either site. Using Ropes on A-Site and B-Site: Ropes on Icebox aren't used super often, but they can be useful for reaching high ground where your opponents might not initially expect you. This especially applies for attacking A-Site, as the horizontal rope leads right into the enemy controlled A-Site. It's…
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Valorant – Competitive Gamemode #1 Incredible Guide

Valorant – Competitive Gamemode #1 Incredible Guide

Fundamental Guides, Valorant
Overview: In Valorant there are currently a total of four gamemodes, each of which is somewhat unique in its own way. Competitive is one of the four gamemodes, and is the only one that will assign each player a rank after five total games played. These ranks begin at the iron level and go all the way up to the radiant rank. Similarly to the unrated gamemode, there are a total of 24 rounds per half in competitive, with additional rounds possible in overtime. The correct mindset and attitude is very important when going Into competitive games, and is often the difference between performing well or poorly. The Competitive Format: The way competitive games are formatted is similar to that of unrated games but has a few minor but very…
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Valorant – Ultimate Heavy #1 Remarkable Guide

Valorant – Ultimate Heavy #1 Remarkable Guide

Fundamental Guides, Valorant, Weapon Guides
Overview: Heavy weapons are a very unique weapon type in Valorant, and can often be used to catch your opponents off-guard. There currently exists the Ares and the Odin, both of which have high wall penetration. These weapons are often situational, but can potentially destroy an entire enemy team when used in the right scenario. Heavy weapons also have a much different spray pattern than rifles and SMGs, making it important to learn them before mastering them. The Ares (1600 Credits - Heavy): The Ares costs 1600 credits, making it the same price as the Spectre. However, this weapon is used much less and is rarely seen in higher levels of play. It has 50 bullets in each magazine and speeds up its rate of firing after being shot for…
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Valorant – Ultimate Snipers #1 Marvelous Guide

Valorant – Ultimate Snipers #1 Marvelous Guide

Fundamental Guides, Valorant, Weapon Guides
Overview: Snipers in Valorant play a big role in defending sites, and can sometimes also be used to open up areas on attack. The Marshal is the cheaper of two the snipers, killing enemies that have no armor with only one shot to the chest or head. The Operator is a monster of a weapon, one-shotting any enemies with a shot to the chest or head, regardless of armor. Fighting against snipers on attack will almost always require abilities that include smokes or blinds to prevent immediately dying. The Marshal (1100 Credits - Sniper): The Marshal is a very good weapon for its price, as it has the potential to kill enemies that have no armor in one shot to the chest. This makes buying the Marshal after winning pistol…
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Valorant – Ultimate SMGs #1 Incredible Guide

Valorant – Ultimate SMGs #1 Incredible Guide

Fundamental Guides, Valorant, Weapon Guides
Overview: SMGs or sub-machine guns are a category of weapons that are similarly priced to shotguns in Valorant. SMGs currently only consist of the Stinger and the Spectre. These weapons are generally only bought on rounds where your team doesn't quite have enough to purchase rifles. The main down-side of these weapons is their small range and lower damage to enemies overall. With the right play-style and mindset, you can still destroy enemy players and win eco-rounds. The Stinger (1000 Credits - SMG): The Stinger is the cheaper of the two SMGs, making it a useful buy when your team's economy is quite bad. This weapon has 20 bullets in one magazine, and also has one of the highest rates-of-fire in all of Valorant. The Stinger's high rate of fire…
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Valorant – Ultimate Shotguns #1 Perfect Guide

Valorant – Ultimate Shotguns #1 Perfect Guide

Fundamental Guides, Valorant, Weapon Guides
Overview: In Valorant, Shotguns will often play an important role in eco-rounds or serve as a way to slow down or stop an enemy's push. The Judge and Bucky both have a range that reaches from very close to medium range. Shotguns also have a pretty cheap price tag, also making them good options when your economy isn't great. It's important to know where position yourself, and when to begin shooting with shotguns. The Bucky (900 Credits - Shotgun): The Bucky is the cheaper of the two shotguns, currently costing only 900 credits. This sometimes makes the Bucky a good choice on save rounds when you would otherwise buy armor and a pistol. Remember that it's important to be within killing range of your opponents when they begin to push.…
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Valorant – Ultimate Rifles #1 Best Guide

Valorant – Ultimate Rifles #1 Best Guide

Fundamental Guides, Valorant, Weapon Guides
Overview: Rifles play an extremely large role in Valorant, as they are the most commonly used weapon type in most games. The Phantom and the Vandal are especially deadly and can kill an entire enemy team when in the right hands. However, rifles are generally only bought after either winning a round or after saving for a round. Rifles are a type of weapon that is quite expensive, requiring more credits than many other weapons. Buying Rifles: Rifles should almost always be bought with full armor unless you absolutely must buy it without armor. Buying full armor with rifles allows you the best possible chance to win gun-fights and survive the round. Since the Vandal and Phantom are both 2900 credits, this means you'll want at least 3900 credits just…
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