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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 – #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 – #1 Best Cypher One Way Cages on ALL Maps

Valorant – #1 Best Cypher One Way Cages on ALL Maps

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Cypher is a Valorant agent who can be very powerful at locking down and holding specific sites on most maps. Below is a list of guides for one way cages to improve your setups. He is considered a sentinel, currently placing him in the name category and Killjoy and Sage. Cypher controls sites through the use of his trapwires, spycam, and cyber cages. Some of these cyber cages can be activated with trapwires to easily kill enemies. It's also worth noting that there will be no guide below for Icebox, as it is Cypher's worst map, and he does not have many good setups for either site. Properly Using Cypher's One Way Cages: Using one ways as Cypher can be very powerful for many setups, but there are a…
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Valorant – #1 Best Viper Snake Bite Lineups for ALL Maps

Valorant – #1 Best Viper Snake Bite Lineups for ALL Maps

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Viper snake bite lineups can be used to stop enemies from defusing the spike from a long distance. She is a controller, which puts her in the same category as Omen and Brimstone, making it her job to block enemy vision and lockdown different areas around the map. Also similar to Sova's shock darts, Viper has two snake bite charges, allowing her to stall for an even longer period of time. Properly Using Viper Lineups: Viper snake bite lineups are most similar to Brimstone's molly lineups, as you must understand the proper timing to prevent an enemy from fully defusing the spike. Most of the lineups shown below will take 5+ seconds to land. Each snake bite also lasts roughly 8 seconds, meaning you have the potential to stall…
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Valorant – #1 Best Jett Updraft Spots on Ascent and Icebox

Valorant – #1 Best Jett Updraft Spots on Ascent and Icebox

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Jett is the most mobile agent and duelist in Valorant, also making her one of the hardest to learn and succeed with. Each one of her abilities, including her updraft, can be used in a variety of ways. Learning to combine her different abilities is also a very useful skill to have in Valorant. Below are some of the best Jett updraft spots on Ascent and Icebox with descriptions on how to best utilize them. Multiple Ways to Use Jett's Updraft: When using Jett updraft, there are a few things you will want to keep in mind. The main thing is that when enemies hear the sound of an updraft, they will most likely expect you to be on high-ground. You can use this to your advantage when clutching…
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Valorant – #1 Best Jett Updraft Spots on Bind and Split

Valorant – #1 Best Jett Updraft Spots on Bind and Split

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Jett has many cool and very powerful abilities, making her one of the best duelists in Valorant. She is my personal favorite agent, meaning I also have quite a bit of insight when it comes to playing her. Keep in mind that there are many other updraft spots that will be shown below, as these are the spots that I have learned while playing in higher-ranked games. Updraft spots will also be grouped by maps if you're looking for spots on a specific map. Multiple Ways to Use Jett's Updraft and Tips: When using Jett updraft, there are a few things you will want to keep in mind. The main thing is that when enemies hear the sound of an updraft, they will most likely expect you to be…
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Valorant – #1 Best Brimstone Lineups/Molly for ALL Maps

Valorant – #1 Best Brimstone Lineups/Molly for ALL Maps

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Brimstone is currently middle-tier of the three controllers in Valorant. His incendiary/molly ability combined with his ultimate allows Brimstone to deny spike plans and zone areas very nicely. This guide will show Brimstone lineups for the default plant positions on every map. Learning how and when to use these lineups is very important, as you can easily throw rounds away. Properly Using Brimstone Lineups: If you are new to Brimstone or Valorant in general, there are a few things you should keep in mind when learning these lineups. The main thing is to make sure your team plants in the default plant spot, or else your lineups won't work. Another very important thing to remember is the timing of when to shoot each lineup. Since you're shooting these Brimstone…
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Valorant Episode 2: New Agent #14, Map, and More Incredible…

Valorant Episode 2: New Agent #14, Map, and More Incredible…

Valorant, Valorant News
Overview: Episode 1 of Valorant will soon come to an end, which leaves open the question of what will be coming next. Episode 1 of Valorant added a total of three new agents and two new maps. Valorant episode 2 act I will come with the release of a new agent a likely a new map. On top of the new agent and map, there will also be some ranked changes as well as a new leaderboard feature. When Does Valorant Episode 2 Act I Launch? Episode 1 of Valorant has been quite a journey so far, with many things having been added to the game over the course of many months. Episode 2 looks to be even more promising, with a release date around January 12, 2021. What Will…
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Valorant – #1 Best Omen One Way Smokes for Ascent/Icebox

Valorant – #1 Best Omen One Way Smokes for Ascent/Icebox

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Omen is currently the best controller in the game, beating Brimstone and Viper by a decent margin. This is mostly thanks to his long-range smokes that recharge throughout the round. Omen one way smokes can also be very useful when holding certain angles on defense. Ascent and Icebox are two great maps for Omen, often allowing him to have a heavy impact on the game. Learning to Smoke as Omen: Using Omen’s smokes isn’t too difficult, but there are a few aspects of his smokes that you will want to become familiar with if you aren’t already. After pulling out a smoke, you have the opportunity to swap ‘modes’ in order to change the view of the map. The Omen one ways below will be done in the second…
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Valorant – Sova Shock Darts for Haven #1 Amazing Guide

Valorant – Sova Shock Darts for Haven #1 Amazing Guide

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Haven is the only map in Valorant with three sites, making it very unique. This also means there is more shock dart potential for Sova players. Both A-Site and C-Site are very good for shock darts, as they are completely wide open. B-Site is closed, but also has some potential when it comes to shock darts. Learn a few of the lineups below and begin to master Sova on Haven! Shock Darts for Haven Defense: Default Plant on A-Site from A-Link (No Bounces and One Charge): This shock dart can be very useful for damaging an enemy spike planter on A-Site. To begin, walk onto the ping as seen above and face toward A-Site. Look up toward the sky and place your the left circle of Sova's drone HUD…
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