Hello Armies! This is Mr. Frog again and We will cover Valorant agents with almost the same abilities. Neon and Jett: But who is more well-rounded? Is Neon better than Jett?
Fans are thrilled to be able to play Neon, the sixth duelist agent who joined the roster in Valorant Episode 4, Act 1. Valorant will feature 18 characters. This means players will need to consider how to balance their agents, particularly when choosing the right duelist. The Filipino agent in Riot Games’ early-access PBE is a great example of how Jett can play. It is obvious that Jett and Neon have the same aggressive playstyle teams can benefit from. At this point, is Neon better than Jett?
While both duelist agents can speed demonize their opponents, Jett is able to attack them vertically while Neon prefers moving quickly on the ground. Jett’s Tailwind Dash ability, which she can use while standing still, is clearly superior to the other. Jett can also use it in four directions. This makes Jett the best option to use an Operator. Because she can run from danger, Jett can hold positions on the map that are not safe. Neon’s High Gear combat slides are only useful for closing the distance between opponents. Although it can be used to avoid enemy gunfire or other gunfire, it is not as efficient as Tailwind. Fast Lane is an excellent entry ability, especially when compared to Cloud Burst. Neon’s wall, which will cover large areas of the site and isolate any defenders, is the best entry ability.
Jett’s smokes can be used in a variety of ways. She can create one-way or cast it on herself to defend. However, because they are short-lasting, they don’t have as much impact as team abilities. You can use it to clear corners or stun certain defensive areas with specific lineups. Jett’s Updraft ability is more defensive and allows her to maintain high ground positions which could surprise opponents. Jett’s Blade Storm ultimate works best when Jett uses a vertical dash.
Neon is able to glide around and navigate her surroundings quickly and safely. A concussion bomb that stuns opponents, an electric tunnel to help her get around safely and a lightning beam which can be used to eliminate players from far away are some of the other features she has. There’s no doubt that she will be a great addition to Valorant.
It all comes down ultimately to your playstyle preference. Jett is faster than Neon. Jett’s abilities, especially when using the Operator allow her to reposition or set up at the start and end of rounds to keep her opponents off guard. Neon, on the other hand, leans more towards Phoenix’s style with her ability to throw up two electricity walls at sites and her ability to concuss enemy players. Jett would be Jett’s go-to agent if players want to position offensively and have an advantage. Neon is a potential choice for players who want to speed up the pace of VALORANT. Neon’s ability to slide and rotate into sites dramatically speeds up the game. Her ability also to throw up walls or concussions to get into a site makes it an ideal entry and defense agent.
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