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Dignitas Valorant Player Dephh Compares The Game With CS:GO: “Valve Was A Bit Out Of Touch”



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Rory Jackson, known as “Dephh,” is a 28-year-old British former CS:GO player who had played for Complexity Gaming in between 2016-2019. Since August 2020, he has been playing Valorant for Dignitas.

Dephh spoke in a recent interview with the Dignitas’ official website and revealed the differences between Valorant and CS:GO, criticizing the development strategies of Valve.

In the conversation, Dephh stated that Riot Games have been interacting with the players since the release of the game and praised the developers by saying that it was the most positive thing about the game.

On the other hand, Dephh slammed this part of the Valve and said that they were not listening to players at all while criticizing some of the updates that they did in the past. Because of this difference, Dephh claimed that Valorant could never fade away compared to the other games.

Interviewer asked:

“You’re someone with a pretty long history in tactical shooters, so how does Valorant stack up to a game like CS:GO, in your opinion?”

Here is what Dephh said:

“CS:GO is always going to be one of the most pure FPS games for me…But I think Valorant has a good shot at competing for some of that FPS market share. Mainly, the most positive thing coming out of Valorant right now is the way the devs are approaching the game.

They’re listening to players, talking with pros, and it seems like right now they’re doing a really good job of balancing the game at a more controlled pace. CS:GO had erratic updates at times, and the devs were a bit out of touch. But I can see Valorant doing really well simply because of how Riot treats the game – even beyond the gameplay itself.”

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