How To use Practice Mode in Valorant Game to Aim Better

Valorant Game is an upcoming multiplayer game that has recently concluded its closed beta program on April 7, 2020, and it has garnered a huge user base at this time. The game is developed by Riot Games and will be launched officially for Microsoft Windows somewhere in summer 2020. However, the COVID-19 situation might delay the launch. Valoratn provides its users 5v5 character-based free-to-play first-person shooting arena. Users who are lucky to have been able to play the closed beta, are already trying to hone their skills and are prepping up once the official version comes out.

This might give them an advantage over the new players that will set out to play the game once the stable version of the Valorant game is out. But, the beta users need not go straight into the matches to fine-tune their skills. The Valorant game provides a Practice Mode that will allow the players to work on your aim and reflexes and get your skills improved within the game. In this post, we will guide you on how to use Practice Mode in Valorant Game to aim better. So, that being said, let us take a look at the article itself:

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How To use Practice Mode in Valorant Game to Aim Better

As you might have notices that the game does not offer you any tips or practice session or tutorial when you first start up the Valorant game. You are straight away put into the lobby and various sections that let you go head to head in the matches. But, with this practice mode, you will be able to fine-tune your skills against AI bots in the game. In order to enter Practice Mode,

  1. Head over to the Main Screen of the game, where guns and Agents are visible.
  2. There will be a symbol called Practice Mode, on the right-hand side above your friend’s list.
  3. Click on that symbol to enter the Practice Mode.
  4. There are a total of 4 different training modes
    1. Open Range
    2. Shooting Test
    3. Spike Planting
    4. Spike Defuse
  5. The Open Range and Shooting Test allow you to tune your shooting skills while the Spike Planting and Spike Defuse, gives you a course about the Valorant’s gameplay.

So, there you have it from my side in this post. This Practice Mode is pretty helpful for those who wish to get prepped up before the stable release of the game in summer 2020 and it will act as an advantage to them. Let us know in the comments below if you come across any issues while following the above-mentioned steps. Until the next post…Cheers!

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