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“I Wish Shooting Mattered A Bit More In Valorant” Team Liquid’s ScreaM Says The Game Is Easy For Everyone



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26-year-old Belgian former CS:GO player who had played for teams like G2 Esports, Team Titan, and more, Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom, has been playing Valorant for Team Liquid since August 2020.

Yesterday, ScreaM took his official Twitter account to share a new post and revealed his thoughts about the current state of Valorant as well as criticizing the features that make the game easier for everyone.

In the tweet, legendary player mentioned the features like slow movements, tagging, and aimpunch, and said that they are making the game so easy and showed that the skill-gap in this game is pretty low.

While ScreaM was saying that he wishes the shooting mattered a bit more in the game, he also pointed out that Valorant could be much better and more skillful with only a few changes. Additionally, ScreaM is not the only person who thinks that way.

G2 Esports player Ardis “ardiis” Svarenieks also agreed with ScreaM and hoped that Riot Games would widen the skill-gap because there is a so small difference between a good player and a professional player right now.

Here is what ScreaM said:

“I wish shooting mattered a bit more in Valorant, these slow movements, the tagging, and aimpunch is crazy and makes the game so easy for everyone With a few changes this game could be perfect honestly, and way more skilled Let’s see if next patch will help balance the game a bit.”

ardiis replied:

“Honestly wish they would widen the skill-gap in this game cause right now its so small, difference between an good player and pro is minuscule compared to CS:GO.”

You can read the tweets below.

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