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T1 Valorant Player DaZeD About The Game: “Peeking Options Is Limited Compared To Counter-Strike”

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Sam “DaZeD” Marine is a 31-year-old American former CS:GO player who had played for teams like iBUYPOWER, GX, and more. After his retirement, he became a full-time streamer on Twitch. Since October 12, he has been playing Valorant for T1.

DaZeD took to his official Twitter account to share his opinion about the mechanics of Valorant and criticized the peeking movements while comparing the game with CS:GO.

In the tweet, DaZeD stated that Valorant should make crouching more faster and viable like it is in CS:GO and stated that peeking options are a bit limited in Valorant. Because of that, the aim duels feels one dimensional in the game.

Here is what DaZeD wrote:

“They should make crouch peeking faster and more viable in this game, more similar to how CS is in my opinion.

Basically, I think the options that we have to hit someone with a good peek is a bit too limited, many aim duels become very one dimensional in this game.”

You can read the tweets below.

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