Sentinels pros reckon the Outlaw sniper rifle will change Valorant meta

    Sentinels pros Tyson 'TenZ' Ngo and Zachary 'zekken' Patrone believe the Valorant Outlaw will make a big impact on the game's economy. 

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    Zekken highlighted the Outlaw's potential to disrupt the prevailing light shields meta, a crucial economic strategy in Valorant.

    Introduced in Valorant's Episode 8 Act 1, the Outlaw sniper rifle quickly gained attention for its game-changing attributes. 

    Priced at 2,400 credits, it fills a middle ground between the budget-friendly Marshal and the costly Operator, providing a lethal alternative for players.

    The Outlaw stands out for its rapid-fire capability, delivering two bullets, each dealing 140 damage. 

    With the potential to eliminate fully shielded enemies and secure one-shot kills with headshots, the Outlaw emerges as a versatile and cost-effective choice.

    The significance of the Outlaw lies in its ability to disrupt the prevailing light shields meta, offering a strategic edge by eliminating adversaries lacking full shields. 

    As Valorant evolves, the introduction of the Outlaw promises to reshape gameplay dynamics and strategic considerations.