Valorant Patch Notes 3.09: Players React To Classic Nerfs

Fans have reacted to the Classic nerfs on 3.09

Riot Games released Patch 3.09 to Valorant on Wednesday, 3rd November 2021, and fans have now been reacting to the Classic nerfs that were part of the update.

The changes to the right-click Classic were arguably the headline of the changes that came as part of Patch 3.09.

Here’s what the Valorant community are saying about Patch 3.09 and the nerfs that were revealed.

Here are the changes made to the Classic right-click as part of the latest update, these were revealed in the Patch Notes for 3.09:

  • Walking firing error changed .05 >>> .6 (the total error is 2.5 when walking, up from 1.95)
  • Running firing error changed .2 >>> 1.3 (total error is 3.2 when running, up from 2.1)
  • Jumping firing error changed from 1.1 >>> 2.1 (the total error is 4.0 when jumping, up from 3.0)

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Fans React To Right-Click Classic Changes

Several gamers in the Valorant community were very happy that Riot decided to implement these changes.

Many took to social media to express how happy they are that the changes and nerfs have finally come, with one writing: “they did it, they actually did a classic right click nerf. THANK THE GODS #Valorant.”

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Members of the r/VALORANT subreddit would also react to the changes, with many happy that the fixes will now affect the meta in a positive way.

One Redditor would state: “To this day I still don't get how anyone could think that the right click was in any way healthy for the game.”

Another player had a more controversial take, saying “this can still happen after the nerfs.. they're just changing the RNG which is why it's a problem.. literally nerf the headshot damage on right-click, it's the only way to solve this.”

Overall the player base of Valorant seems to be happy with the changes that have been implemented, but it’ll be at least a few weeks until we see just how much of a difference these right-click changes make in-game.

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