i just hit immortal lets go
nice! couldn’t be me ☹️
How many hours do you have playing this type of FPS game + aim trainers? I have around 700 hours in valorant across all modes and practice range, and 130 hours of AimLabs. I am both surprised with my level of improvement and disappointed in it given the time spent playing as I have only reached plat 3 from iron even with all this time spent. I suppose that I need to learn more lineups for my agents and to play more DM to improve more. Any tips for making immortal?
Edit: Congrats on hitting immortal, I hope to join you some day, and sooner rather than later!
Don't just focus on aim and lineups. Gamesense is the biggest factor in getting you to immortal. Every time you die, or lose a round. Think about exactly why you died and how you can fix it. If the answer is frequently "aim", that's an indicator that you're taking bad fights, not necessarily that your aim is poor. Keep doing that and eventually you will build up a bank of scenarios in your head so you can play rounds much better.
Less than you but I really don't think aim labs help at least for me it doesn't. I've been playing valorant since Beta so maybe that could be something
I played tank in overwatch before valorant (hit masters) and had literally 0 time training aim + played on a really high sensitivity. My gamesense is excellent and I have good reads on the opponents but I sometimes just whiff every shot that I should hit. I probably just need to play the game more rather than talking on forums and watching YT.
I think overwatch players have a good game sense on a macro level, but overwatch experience doesn’t help as much on a micro level (how to peek properly, getting good timings, xhair placement, etc).
Repetitive practice on aim labs isnt good for everyone. While it helps u build intuitive aim u are not actually becoming good at the game. Lineups while important dont make u good either. Most important thing is ur game sense then aim and movement then agent mastery(lineups etc). Game sense is the hardest one to get. U need to be focused on game and analyse every fight, every timing, every util use. Both yours and another players on server. What worked good and why it worked etc.
Edit: also your mental condition is a huge factor. Good players dont tilt as much and can regain focus even if they are tilted
Got 4k hours in csgo and 200 hours in valorant and im only d3
played cs since 1.3 then 2k hours cs:go now like 500h in Valorant and only plat 2. I guess its not for everyone. Im old for the game and have tilt problems
Yeah, my aim is not close to some of thease people im litrally only ranking up because i play the game smarter and takes up the igl role every match so i know what to do to win.. And i bet its even harder as a russian if you are russian then..
you were talking about you having a high sens, whats ur sens at rn?
Oh 1200 @ 0.25 now but used to be 1200 @ 1.3 for OW as a result of a tiny mousepad and no FPS experience. I started Valorant at 1200 @ 1.0 and slowly moved in gaps to 0.25, and I wish I would have gotten my mousepad and mouse earlier as they make low sense much easier and I could have switched earlier.
grats! ill grind there one day! second ever season and plat rn but its freelo season 😈
why u not on hltv anymore my man zerosh1maa_2
school banned me from using the site and blocked all VPNs, i tried TOR browser but chromebook breaks when i try to get it on :(((
i miss hltv mens(
lmfao that sucks
Matttteee, why you got 10 yeared?