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G2 Esports’ Mixwell Reflects On The New Valorant Map Fracture

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Óscar Cañellas Colocho, known as “Mixwell,” is a 25-year-old Spanish former CS:GO player who represented the teams like Optic Gaming, Cloud9, and more. Since June 2020, he has been playing Valorant for G2 Esports.

Yesterday, Riot Games released a teaser for the brand new map, Fracture, and they revealed that it is going to be the most unique and different map that any FPS player ever played with the new spawn positions.

As the Level Designer Joe Lansford mentioned, the defenders will spawn in the middle of the map, and the attackers will try to reach the bombsites from both sides of the map. Also, there will be transportation devices for the players.

After testing out the new map, Mixwell wanted to share his thoughts on his official Twiter account.

In the post, Mixwell pointed out that he has been playing FPS games professionally for a while now, and playing such a new map is so refreshing for him. Also, he mentioned why Fracture is a really great map.

According to Mixwell, Fracture is really different compared to the other FPS maps in both CS:GO and Valorant, and said that he actually liked it. Then, he also praised the beauty of the map colors and designs.

Mixwell on the new Fracture map:

“I’ve been a professional FPS player for a long time and having new ways to play a map every now and then is really refreshing.

The way you play Fracture is completely different to what we had before and I love it. The contrast in colors looks very good as well. Good job devs!”

You can check out the post below.

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