Anthony Clement
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Anthony Clement
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March 21, 2022

The Best Valorant Sprays

Overview

Today we are talking about one of the best, but most underrated cosmetic aspects of Valorant – sprays.

Valorant is at the top of the Esports industry at the moment, peaking at 1 million concurrent players! Every small thing helps, and although Valorant isn’t the best game for free cosmetics, we do get free sprays every now and then without even realizing! So check your collection, for you might have one of our favorites!

FACES IN PLACES

FACES IN PLACES

This spray called the Faces in Place spray is one of our favorites. It can fit anywhere. The spray pattern was released in the Valorant Episode 2, Formation: Act 1 Battle Pass. This is a very meme-style spray, with the eyes and mouth made from knife attacks! You could even recreate this spray on the wall next to it with your knife too!

TACTIBEAR

TACTIBEAR

Our second spray of the article, the Tactibear spray, pays homage to one of the most iconic traditions of shooter games for years - teabagging. Coming from the depths of the old Halo games of the early 2000s, this tradition can happen whenever you kill an enemy!

Tactibear is an animated spray, which features a take on the Thug Life glasses, and is proud to pay homage to the old Halo tradition! He squats up and down during the animation, whilst being awesome! The spray was available from the Valorant Episode 1, Ignition: Act 1 Battle Pass

THIS IS ALSO FINE

THIS IS ALSO FINE

he next spray in this article we have for you is called This is Also Fine. A direct relation to the “This is Fine” meme, of a dog, sitting at a table, with the house around him in flames, the Riot Games one features Phoenix. It was available from the Valorant Episode 1, Ignition: Act 2 Battle Pass.

There is also an added extra teacup with a crown and mustache, to tease Phoenix’s British heritage. Obviously, Phoenix will be alright, as the flames are probably his, but we’re a bit worried about the teacup!

WHAT WAS THAT?

WHAT WAS THAT?

Now, we couldn’t have the best sprays list without having one featuring Jett. This spray is called the “What Was That??” spray. It features Jett with a thinking face, fairly similar to the thinking emoji!

If you feel like trolling your teammates, this spray is the perfect spray for you. If your Jett whiffs her ultimate on a point-blank enemy, whack this down in front of them, just to rub salt into the wound! 

MAKE EM DANCE

MAKE EM DANCE

There are very few abilities as iconic and with as much personality as Raze’s Boom Bot, but the Boom Bot is so iconic, that it even has its own spray! This spray is called the  "Make 'Em Dance" spray, and alludes to the idea of enemies running away from a surprise Boom Bot!

The spray makes the Boom Bot look incredibly cute and adorable, but in reality, it can chunk you very low! This amazing Boom Bot spray was available from the Episode 2, Formation: Act 1 Battle Pass

REVIVE ME, JETT

REVIVE ME, JETT

Now, we have to hand it to Riot Games, they are very switched on when it comes to their community. This next spray comes from one of the most iconic Valorant moments in history. The Revive Me, Jett spray is inspired by the “REVIVE ME JETT” clip of someone shouting just that!

The guy shouting kept shouting for the whole game for Jett to revive him, so Riot Games firmly made a meme out of him! The spray features a confused-looking Jett and a Sage revival orb, as if she is trying to figure out how the hell she can revive her teammate! The spray was obtainable in the Episode 2, Formation: Act 2 Battle Pass.

IS THIS A DRONE?

IS THIS A DRONE?

Following on from Revive Me, Jett, we have an iconic meme, being recreated in Valorant. This time we feature Sova and his Owl Drone for the, Is This a Drone? Spray. The meme this spray copies is the Is “This A Pigeon?” meme, more commonly known as the Butterfly meme.

The meme itself originates from a 1991 Anime series, The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird, in which the protagonist holds his hand out at a butterfly, and says “Is this a pigeon?”. The Riot Games twist on this is beautiful, with Sova doing the same to his drone. It even features the same style of artwork! The spray was possible to get from the Episode 2, Formation: Act 2 Battle Pass

MY EYES

MY EYES

Riot Games seem to love turning Phoenix into a meme, with this spray being called the “My Eyes” spray and referencing the famous Spongebob meme. We love this spray because growing up with Spongebob makes this spray all the more special and funny!

The Spongebob meme encompasses a fish with his eyes burning from a bright light, and the Phoenix spray version nails the replica to a tee. The spray was obtainable from the Episode 2, Formation: Act 2 Battle Pass.

BRUNO COIN

BRUNO COIN

Our number one spray in Valorant is the Bruno Coin spray. Bruno is the mascot of Valorant, being a real-life dog that belonged to a Riot employee. Bruno recently passed away, and Riot Games, to pay their respects, made a spray of him, inspired by Doge Coin, the Cryptocurrency. This is to show that Bruno is priceless!

Bruno will always be loved by the Valorant community, whether it be on his own sprays, gun buddies, or player cards. This Bruno Coin spray is obtainable by connecting your Amazon Prime Gaming account with your Valorant account, and claiming the spray!

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