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Sentinels’ SicK Explains Why Players Are Switching To Valorant: “CS:GO Is Limited”



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22-year-old American former CS:GO player Hunter Mims, known as “SicK,” had played for teams like Chaos Esports Club, Complexity Gaming, and more. Since April 2020, he has been playing Valorant for Sentinels.

SicK took to his official Twitter account to share his opinion about why players decided to switch CS:GO to Valorant and revealed the differences between those two FPS games.

In the tweet, SicK mentioned that players are not switching the games because of the money they will get in the Valorant scene and stated that Valorant is a fresh experience that is constantly evolving.

Although SicK praised the beauty of Counter-Strike, he also wanted to criticize this part of the game. He said that even though the meta is changing in the game, CS:GO has limits to evolve as a game, which is a good and a bad thing according to SicK.

Here is what SicK said:

“It’s almost like people switch to Valorant because they see it’s a fresh experience that is constantly evolving. Not because they are filthy paycheck stealers. Counter Strike is a wonderful game but there are limits to its evolution, which is a good and bad thing.

It takes a toll playing the same game for 5+ years, especially with little change. I respect the people who can find the beauty in CS when they are still playing for much longer than I ever did. The meta can shift but most mechanics remain the same.”

You can read the tweets below.

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