Welcome to our guide on “3 Tips for Operator in Valorant.” In this article, we bring you three important tips you must know before picking up the Operator.
The Operator is a sniper rifle available to purchase for 4700 credits in Valorant.
The operator has the highest damage output of all the weapons in Valorant; it is also the costliest rifle.
This rifle does 255 damage to the head, 150 damage to the body, and 120 damage to the leg.
The Operator has no damage dropoff, making it one of the best weapons to use in long-range fights. As long as you hit a head or body shot, this weapon has the ability to one-shot an enemy at any range.
3 Tips for the Operator
Holding an angle in Valorant means having the crosshair ready where you expect the enemies to peek from.
The operator, when used by a skilled player, will oftentimes win the fight by holding the proper angles.
You have the maximum advantage when defending with the operator; your job is to play defensively while holding an angle. The ability to one-shot the enemy at any range will result in easy kills.
Learn about off-angles. An off-angle is an unexpected angle where the enemies do not expect you to be.
Holding off-angle makes it more difficult for your enemies to peek you, allowing you to easily catch them off guard.
Using the right agents:
It is critical to use an operator on the correct agent; the operator is best suited to Jett and Chamber.
Especially during the attack phase, an initiator or controller will be focusing more on gathering intel and blocking off the enemies’ vision. The operator is not effective for use on such agents.
It is better to use the operator when playing as a duelist, as it is your job to make the first contact with the enemies.
Jett and Chamber are the best agents to use the operator. Jett’s dash and Chamber’s teleport will make it much easier for you to hold off-angles and quickly return to safety.
If you are a beginner and want to learn more about the valorant credit system, check out our Economy Guide.
The operator is the costliest weapon in the game. You must learn how to manage your credits to buy an operator.
In a few scenarios, you might want to skip buying abilities and full armour to be able to afford an operator. This is a high-risk, high-reward kind of play style.
If needed, make sure to always pick up the enemy’s operator or ask your teammates to do so.
Having a lot of operators on the same team is also not an effective strategy, so only pick it up when needed.
This brings us to the end of our “3 Tips for Operator in Vandal” guide, if you have any more tips to suggest, let us know in the comments below!
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