Improving aiming, crosshair placement, and movement in Valorant is a customized journey tailored to each player. For beginners, deathmatch is pivotal, offering dynamic aiming practice against opponents for reflexes and tracking skills.
Advancing players benefit from nuanced strategies. Aim Lab’s tailored exercises address specific gaps. Precision drills refine crosshair placement, reinforcing head-level aiming near engagement points.
Movement gains attention too. Drills cover strafing, counter-strafing, and peeking techniques, refining accuracy while on the move.
Breaking complex mechanics into parts is key. Focused learning on one aspect builds proficiency and confidence, fostering practical application.
Personalized warm-up routines prepare players for optimal performance. Addressing individual challenges and strengths, these routines enhance reflexes, crosshair placement, and movement, setting players up for success.
In essence, my approach accommodates skill levels. Deathmatch aids novices, while tailored Aim Lab exercises benefit advanced players. Systematic mechanics address and personalized warm-ups foster steady progress in aiming and movement mastery in Valorant
About improving aim, movement, and crosshair you have just to play a lot and watch Twitch streams and pro players, pls do not watch YouTube( cause a lot of YouTube videos are made for content it doesn’t help you a lot, and the things they teach either half correct, half wrong either full wrong, try to watch videos maybe from professional players if still want to watch it). And yes I’ll give personalized warm-up routines.
I’ll link a few clips showing the training drills that I use the most:
Bursting and movement: https://youtu.be/3kxNK7Cw8NI
To improve at crosshair placement is either spamming deathmatches focusing on it (which you’ll not improve your gamesense and it’s not a very realistic representation of a real competitive match), playing customs by yourself and peeking angle by angle (same issue) or being more conscious about it during your games, which I think it’s the best way to do it.