Phoenix’s playstyle was given a buff that made it more aggressive than it previously was, and more players are choosing him as a result. The well-known reverse-flashing method is gradually evolving into a fresh Phoenix meta.
It’s a straightforward trick that calls for accurate timing and mouse tweaks. With this seductive method, players can astonishingly secure kills if they employ it properly.
Players can learn how to apply this strategy properly and get a few frags from it by reading this post.
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Guide for using the reverse flash technique with the Valorant Phoenix
The Phoenix flashes have undergone improvements, making them far more dependable than before. Here are the modifications:
- Flash Max duration increased 1.1s >>> 1.5s.
- Flash Windup decreased 0.7s >>> 0.5s.
The flash now lasts significantly longer than it did in the past, giving Phoenix players plenty of time to locate the flashed target and place it in their sights before firing.
Additionally, the windup period has been shortened from 0.7 seconds to 0.5 seconds, giving players a brief window to sneak a peak.
Here’s how players can pull off the trick, which is much simpler than it appears to be:
Prior to flashing and swinging, athletes must make sure they are protected from that aspect. The players may become blinded by being near Curveball’s blasting radius, making the trick ineffective.
Once the Curveball explodes, players can then flash and stare in the opposite way to blind everyone nearby. Compared to players who were fully exposed to Curveball, the Phoenix player will regain eyesight considerably more quickly.
Phoenix will be able to easily frag the player that is blinded as a result. If more players are rendered blind by the flash, more than one frag may occur in this scenario.