By Tom Capper – Updated May 31st, 2021
Valorant is the latest game from Riot Games, and it seeks to become the League of Legends of competitive shooters with its high tick rate and excellent performance on a wide range of systems. Despite the introduction of Riot Vanguard, cheating is still possible in Valorant, but you’ll have to decide which cheats are best for you.
Every player cheats differently in online games, and the ideal cheats for you are largely dependent on your playstyle and what you would like to make up for when it comes to your weaknesses. In today’s guide, we’re going to take a look at how you can set up your cheats for the best possible results.
The Tracker is a player that uses their hacks to keep track of everything on the map, preferably relaying the info that they discover to their teammates, making it easier to win the match. For this to work, you’ll need to be playing with a team of people that already know you’re cheating, so you don’t end up getting reported.
The cheats that the Tracker uses most often are ESPs of all different types, including enemy, friendly, item, and objective ESPs. However, to make sure that they have everything in view at all times, the Tracker should also use a top-down radar hack so they can have a different perspective.
The Gunslinger is a player who wants to be at the top of the leaderboard in terms of kills every match. In most cases, this player will have the best possible K/D and will impress everyone around them. It’ll be even more impressive if the people you’re playing with don’t even know you’re hacking.
As you would expect from this kind of player, the Gunslinger makes heavy use of aimbots to ensure that their aim is always true, no matter how much their opponent tries to strafe out of the way. Along with this, an enemy ESP makes it easier to hunt down other players and get kills on them.
The Clutcher is a player that likes to feel the adoration of their teammates, since they’ll typically be the last one standing and their objective is to clutch the game. Along with this, a Clutcher is a great addition to a team of players that are relatively new or perhaps aren’t on the same skill level as the Clutcher.
What makes the Clutcher so effective in these circumstances is that they are usually the last one standing, but their combination of combat skills and informative hacks allows them to make the most of a bad situation.
A Clutcher typically uses an enemy ESP to ensure that they always know where enemies are approaching from, and they can either choose to avoid them if it’s early on in the round or engage them if it’s a bit later. Some clutchers may also prefer using an aimbot to make the most of these combat opportunities and to ensure that they don’t end up letting their teammates down.