Valorant Icebox A site is tough, but Valorant Viper can help make it easy. Viper can break to the site on its own without teammates.
Valorant controllers are required to support aggressive duelists, but Viper’s utility can help her teammates execute deadly executions at Bomb Point A that will force the defensemen back off.
Valorant Viper can block key shock points at A
Valorant Viper can block key shock points at A. She is equipped with smoke, two molotov and a thin but dead curtain. Using all of its powers, paving the way for attackers. Here’s how to block windows, maze, and a haven.
Before you move to throw out the rafting utility, walk outside the A-belt to line up the poison screen and smoke. Stand at the corner of your elbow and put down a tilted curtain trail by placing your aim at A pipes. The long wall extends to the end of the site, blocking the A-con, the sky, and even the second window.
For window smoke, walk a little further toward the nest, line up with the corner of the metal wall, and aim at the top of the rope. Place your crosshair at the corner of the roof panel and throw away the smoke device. The curtain is going to block out the left side and the catwalk oasis, and the smoke is going to the right window. Don’t turn the utility on yet.
Move back to A main for the left window and stand at the top of the corner boxes. Using the HUD capability as a guide, align the (X) power line with the border of the screen as shown in the image.
Right after firing Valorant Viper Snakebite, you might want to give your team a head to start pushing. Activate your smoke and curtain and move from ramps to the A site.
You’ve blocked both windows and left sides, but the enemy camping maze behind the wall can still push through. Toss your second molot on the default wall. It’s going to bounce and burn anyone trying to sneak behind a poison screen.
This Viper A setup should work effectively
This Valorant Viper A setup should work effectively in the full lobby of the team, as it requires a ton of patience and walking in A-main. Teams should also be quick, but it’s worth the effort, as these setups will certainly clear out key areas, assisting teammates to focus primarily on cleaning up the bomb site.