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Valorant – Phoenix #1 Perceptive High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Phoenix #1 Perceptive High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Phoenix? Phoenix has access to some of the best entry abilities in the game. When his flashes are used effectively, Phoenix can open up almost any area/site for his team to take. Not to mention his ultimate which basically gives him two attempts at securing an area. Master the basics of his abilities and you can easily begin catching people off guard for relatively free picks. Phoenix's aggressive play style allows him to do things most other agents aren't able to do. Even when defending, decent Phoenix players will occasionally use a flash in an attempt to catch an unsuspecting enemy player. This play style is quite unique and currently only works with a couple of agents in Valorant. With all of that being said, his play…
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Valorant – Cypher #1 Clever High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Cypher #1 Clever High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Cypher? Upon release, Cypher was one of the most annoying agents to play against due to many of his camera spots. Since then, however, many of his camera spots have been nerfed, making Cypher only slightly weaker. Good Cypher players still know the strong camera spots that provide incredibly valuable information to his/her team. Cypher's defensive abilities and play-style allows him to usually hold a site on his own. If enemies decide to push up into Cyphers' abilities, his team will have plenty of time to rotate and provide support. - Cyphers' Abilities Cypher has very cool and powerful abilities that give vision and extra site control to his team. Understanding how and where some of his abilities should be placed is generally the first thing that…
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Valorant – Sova #1 Insightful High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Sova #1 Insightful High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Sova? Sova arguably has some of the best potentials to get vision for his team. He has multiple abilities that can either zone enemies out of a specific area or push a specific area. Sova also has quite a bit of flexibility in where he plays since his abilities are extensions to get vision for his team. When played properly, a good Sova can carry a game through smart use of vision and patience. When learning Sova's abilities, be open to trying different play-styles that compliment his abilities in different ways. For example, if you Owl Drone someone that you know is alone, attempt fighting them. If you win the fight it's a free pick, giving the edge to your team for the rest of the round.…
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Valorant – Brimstone #1 Intuitive High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Brimstone #1 Intuitive High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Brimstone? Brimstone has access to some of the best vision denial and utility in Valorant. His sky smokes can block off key choke areas for decent amounts of time, preventing enemies from peaking. He also has incredible zoning abilities like his incendiary and his ultimate; both of which can be deadly in the right scenarios. Brimstone also has access to stim beacons, which buffs players' fire-rate by a slight amount. With proper understanding and communication, Brimstone is an absolute monster and can tear apart an enemy team. - Brimstone's Abilities - Stim Beacon (100 Credits, 2 Max) Overview: Stim beacon is an ability that has a radius when thrown onto the ground. Stim beacon's radius will give any player in the game a 10% increase to their…
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Valorant – Sage #1 Resourceful High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Valorant – Sage #1 Resourceful High-Elo Playstyle Guide

Agent Guides, Valorant
- Why Play Sage? Sage is currently one of the best agents in Valorant due to how much utility she brings to her team. Sage's barrier orb is one of the most powerful abilities in the game, preventing enemy players from entering specific areas. Sage also has a heal that can be used multiple times per round, and essentially acts as a second life for people that are healed from one hp. She also has the ability to revive one teammate with her ultimate, creating way better odds for your team to win any round. - Sage's Abilities - Barrier Orb (400 Credits, 1 Max)   Overview: Barrier orb is a wall that can be used to block off entire areas, sites, and chokes when attacking or defending. After being…
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Will Valorant Kill CS:GO?

Will Valorant Kill CS:GO?

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- Table of Contents: Is Valorant The CS:GO Killer? What Will Actually Happen? Will Two Pro Scenes Exist Simultaneously? The Future of FPS Gaming - Is Valorant The CS:GO Killer? From my experience, there are really two sides to this argument. One is that Counter-Strike: Global Offensive will always be the better FPS game and Valorant will manage to fall short of what CS has accomplished. The second is that Valorant will entirely kill CS:GO, leaving CS pros no choice but to swap to pro play for Valorant. I actually believe that both of these arguments are a bit silly, and I actually find it quite odd that some people get emotional when I bring up Valorant as a potential competitor to CS:GO. If anything, I think Valorant's release will…
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#1 Valorant – Economy and Buying Guide

#1 Valorant – Economy and Buying Guide

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Valorant's Economy and Buying System After having followed the launch of Valorant's Beta, one of the first things most people began to notice was the buying system. The system has many new features, and most people tend to compare it to CS:GO's buying system since the games are relatively similar. Similarly to CS:GO, Valorant players start with 800 credits to spend. Table of Contents: What's New in Valorant's Economy System?   What Kind of Weapons Are Available? - What's New in Valorant's Economy System? If you've played CS:GO for a bit of time, and you play Valorant, one of the first things you will notice is that buying feels very different. The first thing you would likely notice is that you can buy guns and abilities. Abilities cost anywhere from…
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Valorant – How Ranked MMR Works

Valorant – How Ranked MMR Works

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Valorant's Unrated MMR System vs. Ranked MMR System After having played for quite a few hours in Riot's new Valorant, I've picked up and learned quite a bit about how the system currently works. More specifically, I've noticed there is a balancing system for both unrated and ranked play. Each one works a bit differently and are typically both very effective at balancing teams. Table of Contents: The Unrated MMR System The Ranked MMR System How Hard Are Specific Ranks? How Does Valorant's Ranked System Compare to CS:GO's? - The Unrated MMR System The unrated game mode is likely what every player will hop into first - it's quick, easy, and shows off pretty much everything a new player would want to see. The first few games I played, I…
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Valorant – Top 5 Agents

Valorant – Top 5 Agents

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Valorant - Table of Contents: #1 - Brimstone - 9.5/10 #2 - Sage - 9/10 #3 - Cypher - 8/10 #4 - Breach - 8/10 #5 - Sova - 7.5/10   Valorant is Riot's new and upcoming FPS game. There are currently a total of ten agents available to play, all of which have different abilities, strengths, and weaknesses. After having played for around 75 hours myself, I have a pretty good grasp of which agents are generally the best. Here is my top 5 list of agents from Valorant: #1 - Brimstone - 9.5/10 Brimstone is played is almost every one of the ranked games in Valorant I've played so far, bringing more to the team than pretty much every other operator. The main reason Brimstone is so good…
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