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Why Do CS Player Hate Valorant So Much?
Like seriously, can't they just understand that both games can co-exist?
I've seen way too many Counter-Strike players Comment on Valorant videos "The game will probably die in 6 months" or "This is nothing compared to Counter-Strike" It's as if they're trying to convince themselves that CS will never have competition and trying to shun new players away from the chance to even try Valorant. And as for the game dying "in 6 months" This is Riot we're talking about. If they can keep a game like League alive for 10 years then they can do so with Valorant.
It's like they're so threatened that their game is gonna die because of this.
If CS players want to play CS they'll play CS Vice-Versa with Valorant. Stop trying to bash a game you've probably never even played to prevent people from trying it just so you could "save" your game, you're saving it from nothing.
There are also some "criticism" I f you could even call it that that make some people say that Valorant is just a lesser CS:GO. Here are a few examples that I will try to debunk.
The art-style sucks
Just incase you don't know, a MOBA called League of legends was Riot's first ever game to make it mainstream, and in Riot's 10th anniversary They revealed all the games they've been working on for the past decade. They revealed: a Card game, an RPG game, a Mobile game, a Fighting game, an Auto Battler (released earlier than others), and of course an FPS game. all these games are very distinct and from very different genres. But they all; have one thing in common, their art-styles are very similar to League of Legends. So it makes sense that they wouldn't want their original core audience to be disconnected and discouraged to try their new titles.
The Graphics Suck
This relates to the first topic, which is art-style. If there is one thing Riot is good at (not balancing) is that they know how to make their games stylish whilst also making them accessible. Let's face facts, not everyone has a god tier PC, even if CS:GO's requirements aren't that high and the parts required for it are cheap. to some countries those "cheap" PC parts are considered quite expensive, Riot understands this. Not all countries have a good economy. It's just Riot trademark at this point, doesn't matter if you own a potato, you can still play their games. I don't know what people were thinking when they expected the graphics to be like CS:GO's or COD's. to people familiar with Riot, this is definitely what we expected and we are not disappointed.
*Not As Hardcore As CS:GO"
It doesn't have to be. more "Hardcore" doesn't necessarily mean more fun, nor does it mean that it's a better game. Personally I've been having more fun in just one week of Valorant than Years of CS. I mostly played 1.6 and Source (Only played Global Offensive for a couple of months) What I've learned in playing these kinds of games is that: Competitiveness in a game definitely makes it fun, and frustrating at the same time. Riot's Valorant is able to thread this thin line between Hardcore and Casual. No one's denying the fact that Valorant is easier to play than CS:GO(Though Blocking site lines are a bit more complicated) But the argument that CS is better just because it's hardcore is just not valid. After all, if you go back to the fundamentals of Video Games, People play it to have fun, not to become hardcore. You might want to look into extreme sports if that's what you're after. Though this doesn't mean that Valorant doesn't require any skill at all. You still have to learn your Aim, Spray Control, Eco management, And Abilities. To sum this topic up more simply
Valorant isn't as hardcore as CS, but it's still has a higher skill ceiling than traditional shooters like COD.
In CS you literally play as a random soldier dude. Valorant at least has some personality to every character known as "Agents" If you're comparing the characters to Overwatch I can see where you're coming from. but this is a tactical shooter game where hit-boxes have to remain the same no matter what. So no different sizes and body types like Winston and Tracer. Despite this, Riot was able to use their League experience to create a diverse set of characters, each with it's own personality, looks, aesthetic, and backstory similar to their League counter-parts.
This one I can actually agree with since I get inconsistent ping as a result of the game trying to connect to different servers that are considered closest to me. i.e. 50ms-400ms. But unlike other developers, Riot actually seems to listen to their consumers no matter how big or small their voice is. For example the fps issues fixed in less than a week after it's reported, the map issues and bugs, removed and repaired in just 3 days, a surrender button only after a week when fans requested it. So I'm confident that Riot will see to it that the network issues are gone or at least reduced. Keep in mind this is how fast they respond whilst still working from their houses. imagine the rapid rate of issues fixed when they finally get back to their proper offices.
So CS fans, don't be salty. Valorant isn't here to kill you, it's just here for some competition, which I think we can both agree is good for both our games.
That's my take on this topic, curious how the rest of the community thinks about this. Post your thoughts on the comments below.
I've been BlackMask and I hope you all have a good day.
P.S. The hate comments above does not represent the entire CS community.
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