If you want to make good use of the Op in Valorant, you should not ignore the following 5 extremely useful tips.
Operator, or OP is the most powerful aiming gun and also the most expensive weapon in Valorant which is always an excitement for all gamers who own it in every round. However, not everyone can master this aiming gun, especially when the OP has been nerfed a lot if compared directly with his own ‘1:1’ version in the CS game. :GO is AWP.
So today, Tin Game Channel will share with everyone, 5 extremely useful tips to help you control this ‘monster’ more easily!
Indeed, the OP in Valorant has a much longer fire and reload speed than CS: GO’s AWP, so it is almost impossible to carry out ‘push’ situations. And also because of its bulky, you have to be very calm when using this gun.
Be very slow in your shots. Slow does not mean that you have to be very gentle, put your mind right in the middle of the enemy’s head and then shoot, what we mean here is that gamers should be more calm in the phases of encountering the enemy. Make sure that when you pull the trigger, the enemy will lie down or else you won’t get a second chance.
Set the mind
Focusing is also a very important factor not only for players of rifles like Phantom or Vandal but also for ‘OP players’. Good centering will greatly reduce the time to open and fire, which in turn can also increase the reflexes in your shots.
Unlike rifle players, when playing OP, practice placing the center of gravity in the wall, pre-estimating the space and opening the reticle, then pulling the OP out to have a better vision advantage is also an option. used by many high rank players.
Flicks, also known as centering, is an indispensable technique, especially when using Sniper guns. Although Mot advised that, take advantage of placing the mind and shooting calmly, but flick is still a very important part that gamers must practice.
Make sure you find the right mouse speed. If the speed is too slow, you won’t be able to flick in time, but if it’s too fast, you’ll get ‘excessive’ flicks. The scope’s flick is also completely different from the rifle’s, so if you really want to play OP, practice an extra OP flick in warm-up modes like The Range or Deathmatch so you can get used to the tempo. Please!
Thinking about money in the game
If you want to play OP, you have to have a better monetary mindset than when playing other regular guns because OP needs 4700 Cred to buy, 1800 Cred more expensive than Phantom and Vandal.
Normally, if you win the pistol round and spend properly, you can still get to OP in round 3 (provided you have to have a life in the pistol round). If you want to play OP, Moi’s advice is not to ‘hold’ all the money to get about 5500 to 6000 Creds in round 3. Instead, buy Ghost in round 1 and 1 necessary skill, then try to kill as many people as possible and don’t let it lie down. Come round 2, buy a Marshal and a small shield. At this point, if it’s favorable, you will definitely have enough money to go OP in Round 3 without reducing your win rate by unreasonable savings.
Put down your ‘me’
If you’ve decided to play OP, make sure you have a good heart rather than looking for kills. Having OP directly in a certain area will definitely be much more effective than holding the OP around and capturing each enemy individually (unless you have skills like TenZ). So, put your ‘me’ down, and stay firmly in one position and have absolute trust in your teammates.
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