The Phoenix character in Valorant is one of the most amazing to play. Being aggressive, Phoenix will serve the enemy with a deadly fight. While you may think being quick to attack, Phoenix has many tricks you can pull off to make the most of your time on Valorant.
The best part is that Phoenix is 100% perfect at taking enemies by surprise (even when they are on defense). Phoenix will take on thousands of enemies with his hot hands and heal himself in a split second.
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Valorant Phoenix Tips and Tricks You Should Know
Here are the phoenix tips and tricks you should know.
- Disable The Enemies with Blaze
One of the uses of Blaze is to get a visual cover. Once enabled, it blocks the visuals of everyone in the game. Though it can be dangerous, make sure to use it to the benefit of your team. If used properly, it creates a situation where the enemy team’s sight would be disabled unless they wait it out.
- Revive with Run It Back
One of the tricks you can pull off to make the most of your gaming experience with Phoenix is using the Run it Back ability to get back alive. The ability gives Phoenix one free life that you can use.
Once enabled, a timer begins to count down and at the end, Phoenix will die and revive in spirit mode. He will still have access to his weapons.
- Kill and Heal with Hot Hands
The hot hand’s ability of Phoenix covers any areas it drops on with fire and also lasts for a while. The best part is that while enemies are burning up, the fire heals Phoenix and refills his health bar. Hot hands can come in handy when Phoenix is hurt badly and stuck in a sticky situation. He can use the Hot hands to heal during or after a match.
- Use Hot Hands only when Necessary
Don’t use the Hot Hands ability of Phoenix without caution. It can finish and may take time to get back. So, try not to waste it. In situations where your entire teammates are down and won’t respawn, you can use the Hot Hands to heal and stay alive. You can also use it as a support to your gunfight.
- Try the Buy Strategies – Ghost
If you start your Valorant game with a Ghost ability on any of your preferred heroes, like Phoenix, it unlocks other abilities like the Blaze and Curveball. It’s called the Buy Strategy because you don’t spend a penny except for a strategy.
- Do the Blaze Wall Cheat
Throwing blaze through windows and small openings is a trick you can pull off in Valorant. The ability helps you launch mass destruction on an enemy area. Whether you’re close to the enemy, or far away, you can take them out in groups by throwing blazes through openings.
- Aim High while Throwing a Curveball
The curveball can be blinding. So if you aim higher, wait for the flash to pop. Look around the area you threw your curveball to and pre-aim as you move.
Don’t be too quick to look at the flashed area because it could blind you too. Try not to look directly at your curveball and play patiently.
- Serve the enemies with a fight.
Like flanking in COD Warzone game, Phoenix in Valorant can attack an enemy without their attention. Instead of sneaking around and delaying in the game, take the fight to the enemy and deal with them.
Use your Hot Hands when necessary, and always move away if a particular enemy is tough on you. You don’t want to die in a fight you started.
While there are no best tips and tricks to make the most of your gameplay in Valorant, the above ones will help you do better. You should always use your Hot Hands when enemy power is getting tougher on you. The Hot Hands will destroy the enemy and still refill your life.
Also, aim high when throwing curveballs. Since the flash pop from your curveballs can be blinding, you should not look at the area you threw it. If not, your screen will be blank (making Phoenix blind in the game).
Be vigilant and take the fight to the enemy’s base only if you’re sure to get a kill. Lastly, try not to waste your Run it Back ability. You may need to revive it at some point in the game.