Valorant is a multiplayer, free-to-play, first-person tactical shooter game that was developed by Microsoft and Riot Games. It was created under the codename Project A in 2019. However, it began access in April of 2020, and by June 2020, it had been released fully.

It is a team-based game that is set in the future. The players usually assume control as characters and agents from a plethora of countries and many cultures from around the world. In the main mode, the players usually join either the defending or attacking team.


However, if you've never played the game before, or if you've never played first-person shooters before, then this may be difficult to grasp. Read on to learn about the training portion of Valorant, and how to get passed it.

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About Valorant

Each team has 5 players, and the agents usually have unique abilities and can use economic systems to purchase their weapons and abilities. There is an assortment of weapons that include submachine guns, sidearms, shotguns, assault rifles, machine guns, and even sniper rifles.

The standard mode of the game is played in around 24 rounds, and the first team to win 13 rounds wins the match. The attacking team usually has a bomb-type device that they call the spike that needs to be planted on the site.


If the defending team is able to successfully diffuse the spike, or the round timer expires, then the defending team gets a point. When the game ends at a 12-12 score, then there will be a sudden death round added in order to determine the winner.

Getting to Understand the Game

One of the main things you will be working towards in the game is the improvement of your aim in Valorant. This new tactical game is all about shooting.

The core essence of Valorant is that it is a tactical hero-based multiplayer one first-person shooter, with a merge between Counter Strike and Overwatch.


Gameplay Features

There are multiple bomb planting grounds that are 5v5, there is also a credit-based weaponry economy. Valorant also has very low Time to Kill (TTK), and this is the amount of time it takes a player to die.

Required Skills

The most required skills in Valorant are: a high reaction speed, accuracy in the crosshair flicks and placements, a weapon spread and recoil management. Other important skills to be successful in Valorant: the ability to master the angle and corner peeking, and thorough knowledge of the map.

How to Master Your Aiming Technique

The main skill-set required in Valorant is the mastery of your aim. You can boost these attributes and then move up the ranks. Here’s an explanation on how you can master your aiming skills.

As you are advancing through the map, you must be aware of the crosshair at all times. This is achieved by keeping it at head height, and then take corners by adjusting the crosshairs more towards the edge of the corner you are about to approach.

It doesn’t matter the reflexes you use, a solid crosshair placement will give you the best shot and will help to take down your target in a split second. A well-placed crosshair also doesn’t require too many big adjustments as this will reduce the time you need to get on the target and then shoot.

Angles in Valorant

When you are at an angle distance, try and keep the placement ready from far way because the closer you are to the angle, the more risky your shot will be.

Valorant is a linear program layout and some areas have multiple angles that can help you avoid being defeated. Do not spread your peeking and aiming across the different angles at the same time. Use your abilities, such as smoke for the viper’s poison instead.

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Valorant is already gaining lots of popularity. And, of course, we all love a good video game. Be sure to follow our tips above so you can pass the training and be a master at shooting in Valorant.