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Team Liquid Valorant Player ScreaM Says Reyna Was Buffed In The Last Patch

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

ScreaM took to his official Twitter account to share his opinion about the recent patch notes of Valorant and explained why Reyna is buffed while some of the people think that she is nerfed.

In the recent update that Riot Games released about three days ago, they buffed Viper, Brimstone, and nerfed Jett’s ultimate as well as the Operator. Also, they lowered the fire rate bones of Reyna’s ultimate.

Even though Riot Games lowered the fire rate ratio of Reyna’s Empress, ScreaM explained why this was actually a buff for her. ScreaM stated that you couldn’t control the spray in the past when the ultimate was activated, but it is now easier to control because of these changes.

Here is what ScreaM said:

“Reyna nerf is actually a buff. 25% fire rate was too hard to control. I might use Reyna ultimate now.”

You can read the tweet below.

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