Taking a Closer Look at OP Guide Game

The Operator (?????), though undermined, has always been one of the best weapons in Valorant and is still today. Valorant snipers are often considered slow, thus criticized. However, there has been preference among the players for these because of the high rate of damage they can cause. When the operator is equipped with the right agent, it can kill the enemy with one shot. This is also one of the primary reasons for its preference.

Statistics of the operator with damage rate

The viability increases because of its no drop-off damage range. The weapon mostly causes the same damage in the range of up to 50 m. The operator does the greatest damage with a single bullet if fired from any kind of gun. It does harm up to a minimum of 100 and a maximum of 225 bullet interactions. One thing that might be a problem for many is the expensive prices. All the features come at the credits of 4700.

The stats about the operator are below here:

  • Fire rate – 0.6 rounds/second
  • Run speed – 5.13 meter/second
  • Equip speed – 1.5 second
  • Reload speed – 3.7 seconds
  • Function – aim for down sights


Although the game has these features, it comes with its own drawbacks. In some specific situations, the sniper may slow you down because of its heavyweight, which leaves you in gentle and vulnerable spots. The slow equipment time also doesn’t help in picking a duel or escaping from the attacker.

Guide to using the valorant

You might not win every game with the Operator. Using the OP on the side of the attacker has a negative impact on the scoreboard of the player. Aggressive players must avoid using a sniper. However, on defender’s side, it is useful to use the Operator ????? for keeping the mercenaries at bay.

The weapon will kill easily at long range. In larger maps, one can even afford to finishoff a wounded enemy with a health of 150. On smaller size maps, you can pick jetting and avoid dying. The duelist for players as the dash allows an extra chance at life.