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Angle Snapping explained: How to enable it in Valorant?

It’s common practice for players of competitive multiplayer games like Valorant, a first-person shooter, to experiment with a wide variety of options in order to find the optimal balance between fun and challenge.

Using Angle Snapping while moving the cursor around can help Valorant players maintain their crosshair levels. Some versions of gaming mice include it, and you can enable Angle Snapping from the embedded software itself.

Valorant offers a plethora of options for optimal gameplay. Believe it or not, some software choices from industry-standard mice can help players hit their headshots faster and better. This all can be achieved by downloading the software from your brand’s official website which is quite user-friendly and easy to adjust. 

Angle Snapping is a gaming mouse feature that improves enemy snapping. This feature lets players move their mouse laterally. This feature stabilizes the crosshair for headshots during small jerks.

Most high-end gaming mice, and typically those of S-tier leaders of the industry, have the unique feature of “Angle Snapping,” which helps stabilize movement and keeps the cursor moving in a straight line even if the user moves their arm slightly.

By disregarding erratic hand movements, it is able to accurately anticipate where the mouse will go next. In-game accuracy can be improved by activating this function, and it’s also helpful for players of all skill levels.

While Angle Snapping is not a configurable option in Valorant, it can be activated via the mouse’s manufacturer’s bundled software. Players may find that the option is grayed out or missing completely from the software, indicating that it is not compatible with the mouse.

Angel Snapping can currently be accessed if you have  purchased your gaming mouse from the brands listed below: 

  • Republic of Gamers
  • Lioncast
  • Corsair

Angel Snapping exclusively requires using bundled software as mentioned above and is not a part of Valorant’s available features. We highly recommend players to install the bundled softwares and not other third-party ones as they might conflict with the game’s anti-cheat resulting in a permanent ban. We at TalkEsport are not responsible if you stumble across any mishap if ever a third-party software is used to enable Angel Snapping. 

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FAQ

What is Valorant?

Valorant is a free-to-play multiplayer tactical first-person shooter developed and published by Riot Games. The game was released on June 2, 2020.

What platforms is Valorant available on?

Valorant is currently only available on PC.

What are the minimum system requirements to play Valorant?

The minimum system requirements for Valorant are:
OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 or AMD Phenom II X2 555
RAM: 4GB
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 or AMD Radeon R5 240
VRAM: 1GB

Is Valorant free-to-play?

Yes, Valorant is free-to-play. However, players can purchase optional in-game items such as skins and cosmetics.

What is the objective of Valorant?

In Valorant, two teams of five players compete against each other to complete objectives and eliminate each other. The attacking team must plant a bomb called the Spike, while the defending team must prevent them from doing so or defuse the Spike if it has been planted.

Can I play Valorant solo or do I need a team?

You can play Valorant solo or with a team.

Does Valorant have a ranked mode?

Yes, Valorant has a ranked mode where players can compete against each other for higher ranks and rewards.

How do I report a player for toxic behavior or cheating?

You can report a player by clicking on their username in the scoreboard and selecting “Report.” Alternatively, you can submit a report through the official Riot Games support website.

Bharat Kotwani
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