VALORANT: EASY TIPS on How to Win rounds BEFORE THEY EVEN BEGIN! (No AIM needed) TSM Valorant Guide

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– [Public] TSM! TSM! TSM! Victory at a glance. – [Narrator] With top ratings of more than 1.7 million viewers, Valorant is the next big game that will appropriate the internet. Learning Valorants Economics will be one of the most important parts of gaming knowledge that you can contribute to your team. Valorant is the new competitive 5v5 tactical shooter from Riot Game based on characters in which the first team to 13 of the 25 rounds wins the winner is. This introductory guide gives you three tips regarding how to use your economy in the game to dominate your opponents and your match ups to win. In other words, how to make money and how you can use this to your advantage. Valorant – Economic Guide. Made possible by: Similar to CS: GO, Valorant operates with a system based on economy in which your weapons, shields and even abilities based on characters can buy.

The general economy works as follows. A round won brings 3000 into the wallet of each player on the team. Losses on the other hand, work slightly differently. The first loss guarantees 1900 but will increase incrementally based on a consecutive loss streak. So, 2 losses in a row brings 2400, while everything above 3 losses in a row results in 2900 for your team, which is still only 100 too little for a round win. Plant the bomb, or spike, results in 300 points for your team. Unlike Counter-Strike, in which you earn money based on the weapon you are using, you get a flat ratio of 200 with Valorant for every kill. Set up your strategy for select rounds of econning. You don’t have to buy any items during each buying phase when your economy is not in a good position. It’s counterintuitive, we know.

Especially when your enthusiasm is low. But if the aim of the game is to win competitions, then any sale would should bring you closer to that goal. Sometimes it is worth making the sacrifice or to do econning for a round or two so you have a better chance to do full buy in the following rounds. A crucial question before you buy: your team has enough points so that everyone in this round buy a weapon, heavy shields and supplies? If only one or two people have enough points for a full buy, then you have to be patient and save that round. Better to wait until everyone on your team has enough economic capacity to make a full buy so you have a better chance of winning those rounds. First of all, there is the full sale. When your team wants to make a full sale, then this means buying heavy shields, maximizing supplies about your respective agent and buying any weapon you deem necessary to win the round. Furthermore, there is full eco, or save. A full eco round is when you don’t buy anything because your team doesn’t have enough money, or because you are saving money to make a full buy in the next round.

This is important because you normally want to that the team economy is always on the same page. This leads us to force buying. When your economy isn’t doing too well or when your goal is about the economy of your enemy team to unbalance, then you can do what is known as force buy. When you do this you spend all your money or most of your money, with the hope of winning the round. Force sale in general, is to equip SMG, light shields and some supplies. Because you can see the enemy’s team points, is force buy cheap in the sense of giving your enemy the idea that you are going to save, when in fact you arrive putting with guns and surprises him. Finally, there is the last round of buy-out. This one is easy. It means if it’s the last round, that you can then buy everything what you need without worrying about points because after the end of this round everyone’s economy goes back to 800. So, make sure you use it otherwise you can lose it. There are so many factors when it comes to the buying phase, but we hope this guide have given you basic knowledge, so you can take your game to the next level.

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