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NRG Esports Valorant Player ANDROID Reveals Why He Won’t Use Vandal Anymore



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Bradley Fodor, known as “ANDROID,” is a 26-year-old Canadian former CS:GO player who had played for teams like Team Envy, Complexity Gaming, and more. Since February 2021, he has been playing Valorant for NRG Esports.

ANDROID took his official Twitter account to share a new post yesterday and revealed his opinion about one of the most controversial topics in the game as he explained why he is going to stop playing Vandal and switch to Phantom.

In the tweet, ANDROID mentioned that people started to focus on having a great movement in the game and it makes it harder to hit consistent headshots. Because of that, he will drop using Vandal and play Phantom from now.

Here is what ANDROID said:

“People are starting to really focus on their movement. I can’t justify using the vandal anymore. It’s too hard to hit consistent headshots when the opponent looks like they just had 10 scoops of gfuel. Goodbye vandal it’s been fun.”

You can check out the post below.

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