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G2 Esports’ Mixwell Suggests A Quality Of Life Change For Cypher Players

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

Recently, Mixwell took his official Twitter account to share a new post and revealed his idea to make Cypher a better and easy agent to play with, which is pretty easy to do so by the developers.

Cypher is an agent where he can put his tripwires to see the enemies whoever steps into it, a camera that could gather info, and cages that work like smokes to block vision. However, you need to look at the cages if you want to activate them.

This feature sometimes creates disadvantages for the Cypher players. During the chokepoints, you need to change your crosshair to activate the cages, which makes you exposed to get ‘timing’ by the enemy team.

Because of that, Mixwell wanted Riot Games to add binds for Cypher’s cages to activate them. In this way, players won’t need to look directly at the cages during the round, which also makes it easier to play.

Mixwell said:

“I didn’t play Cypher much but it would be nice if you could activate the cages with a key, so you can keep aiming while you do the play.”

You can check out the post below.

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