Shroud Explains the Difference Between Valorant and CSGO During a Hilarious Rant

Published 02/11/2021, 1:51 PM EST


Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek has a knack for being one of the best players in the genre of FPS games. He is one of the best pure aimers ever and most of the time, if he shoots, it’s probably hitting right in the center of the opposite player’s forehead.

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But while having a comparatively terrible game of Valorant with iiTzTimmy, bnans and Fuslie, he explained a few differences between the game and his old stomping grounds of CS:GO.

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Shroud rages while playing Valorant

In Round 8 of the match, Michael has an easy kill on the opposing team’s woeful Jett with a 4 on 3 scenario. But he completely misses his shots, and the Jett takes Shroud’s kill, to everyone’s disbelief. For a player of his caliber, it is rare to miss a target. Michael realizes and rages hard by banging on his desk.

Later on, he had a poor game by his standards with a lot of misses and losing chances for easy kills. The team lost 13-10 which is extremely rare for a team led by Michael. The chance of that decreases more when the game was an unrated match, like the one he lost. Michael then talks about how badly he plays the game.

“Bad, I am so bad, How am I just garbage at this video game.”

Michael talks about Valorant and CS:GO

During the game, Michael offered his two cents on the difference between the two popular games of the genre in Valorant and CS:GO. He rants about how the shooting mechanics works differently. He also tells why it’s much harder to shoot in Valorant.

“In CS, it’s f****** easy, you just hold Mouse 1 always. You can’t f*** it up, Literally you can’t. All you do is hold Mouse 1.”

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“In this game, you need to find the in-betweens and I f****** suck.”

When a comment from a viewer mentioned he would have won that fight two years ago, Michael also talks about how he misses headshots. He believes that most of his shots hit the shoulders as the heads are much higher from the chest in Valorant compared to CS:GO.

Shroud spoke about the differences between the two games and how it will affect the future for both the games. When the game had just released, he talked about how different it was from CS:GO and how the two games might move in the future. Safe to say that whatever games Shroud will play, chances are he is probably going to be the best player in the team.

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Rupesh Nair

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Rupesh is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. Currently a student at Mumbai University, he has been involved with eSports since his childhood. Having played titles like Fallout 4, Minecraft, FIFA, Portal 2 and Halo 4 extensively, Rupesh has a deep understanding of the sport.

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