If you have to compare directly, the ‘bird gun’ version of Valorant will definitely ‘eat up’ the CS: GO version.
As everyone knows, the majority of FPS games are inspired by the Counter Strike series. Regardless of the newer tactical games, where players can have their own gun setup and use it for the rest of the match, shooters that use the money-per-round mechanism will mostly follow the rules. gun line created like that of CS.
Valorant is no exception, from Phantom inspired by the M4A1 series or Vandal with terrible recoil but similar to AK-47, all are still different but it all follows an existing template of CS in general and CS: GO in particular. However, ‘calving up’ is probably not Riot’s habit when this NPH has tweaked the gun. Most players admit that Riot Games has been a bit overzealous when buffing a gun, making it so powerful that even longtime CS: GO players must be surprised. Yes, that’s the Marshal – or the clone version of the ‘bird gun’ SSG08 of Valve’s shooter.
The similarity of both guns is that it is the perfect choice for you and your teammates to own in Eco rounds. A single hit to the head at any distance can result in a life. However, what makes Marshal more ‘heavy’ is the rate of fire.
According to parameters from TheScoreEsports, the Marshal has a rate of fire of up to 90 rounds per minute. Nearly twice as high as CS:GO’s SSG08. This makes SSG08 main players when they first approach Valorant, they will often be quite uncomfortable and not used to such a dizzying rate of fire. However, when you get used to it, the Marshal is a weapon that proves to be much more effective than the SSG08
Not to mention, when using Marshal in Valorant, the player’s crosshair will remain the same, and the eccentricity ratio when using this gun is also completely lower than in CS: GO, which makes it difficult for players to play. Playing constantly being ‘punched’ by this gun is completely regular and understandable.
A few ‘minor’ minus points when compared on the scale like Marshal not being able to open 2X scope or less ammo is definitely not enough to prove that the Valorant family’s ‘bird-shooting’ gun is superior to the one. with CS:GO’s SSG08. Much faster fire rate, cheaper price (based on both sides’ monetary systems), keeping the crosshair when shooting, etc. all make a monster in eco rounds and even for those who play. who is passionate about the ornate shooting style of this gun.
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