Sova is one of the best initiators in Valorant and can prove effective on most maps in the game. While he may not be the favorite at Lotus, the agent can still perform decently if he has a well-rounded line-up to surprise his opponents.
In essence, a learning lineup to properly utilize his revelations could provide the team with much-needed information. Nonetheless, it can take a while to discover and get used to, and you’ll need to spend hours practicing in custom games. To keep it simple, the following section contains a list of some of the best things to learn.
This list is in no particular order.
10 Site B exposed (attack)
If a team plans to commit to the B site during an offense, this open lineup can help greatly. It may not seem like it’s that easy to learn, but you can practice for 5-10 minutes to get the hang of it.
To start, you need to position yourself on top of the first crate in front of the attacker spawn and stick to the wall. Then you need to align the Owl Drone icon with one dart stick as shown in the image. The site will then be displayed.
9 Disclosure of site B recapture (defense)
B Upper’s B Site Retake Reveal is a simple yet effective lineup. This will reveal the location of all opponents on the site and you only have to worry about enemies present towards A Main and A Link.
If you want to do that, you can peek at the top of the B and release the dart at full charge to round out the effortless lineup. However, if you go a little wider, you can be exposed in B Main, and you can easily be killed by opponents holding angles, so be careful.
8 Site tree disclosure (attack)
The tree is usually where you’ll find sitting defenders, so learning the reveal can come as a surprise when the same team plans to run an A-site. This allows your teammates to open the door and swing when your opponent is playing in a specific position.
To learn A Site Tree Reveal, peek a little to the right of A Rubble and place your crosshairs on the green pattern you find on the opposite wall. You can then fully charge the dart and use it for a double bounce.
7 Major disclosure (defense)
This is the most basic A Main Reveal for Valorant’s Lotus map, and can be used to prepare your team for a possible A run by the attacker as soon as the round begins. If an opponent is revealed near the revolving door, your teammates will spam you and may kill you.
At the start of the round, move slightly to the right of the wall in front of you to perform a full-charge reveal. Usually your opponent won’t be able to catch this, but after a few rounds you can expect them to use this, so you should mix it up.
6 Tree Recapture Revealed (Defense)
Recapturing the A’s can be difficult in a post-plant situation, and the team will need to meticulously clean up the angles to achieve this. Including A Retake Reveal in your playbook allows the site to know where your opponents are, so it can be included in their clutches.
To do this, attach it to the beginning of the left side of the wall and set a crosshair between the patches of leaves. The problematic factor here is that you jump first and then release the dart with one tap without a huge charge.
5 Major disclosure (attack)
Many players on defense tend to play aggressively on the A site and push the A main at the start of the round. As a result, learning this A Main Reveal will put you in the position of those ready to go forefoot.
To line up your darts, stick to the left side of the round starting barrier and aim at the bottom of the leaf-shaped structure. When it comes to charging, you must do the tuba. Because if you go below or above you can miss the target.
4 C site disclosure (attack)
As your team prepares to rush into the C site, you need to know the C site disclosure to provide important information about your opponent on the C site. Learning the lineup reduces the number of angles to check.
This Reveal is relatively simple than most others and requires you to go to the corner of the box in C Main. Then position the crosshair towards the entrance as shown in the photo above and finally perform the lineup by full charging with two bounces.
three C main reveal (defense)
Doing an initial C Main Reveal can help confirm the presence of enemies towards the C site. You can achieve the same result using an easy lineup, otherwise you have the option to learn other variations of running.
For a simpler and more commonly used method, you can position yourself towards the round start barrier and look to the left until you see pixels of leaves on the screen. The dart can then be fully charged after properly placing the crosshairs.
2 C backsite disclosure (attack)
In addition to the C site disclosures mentioned above, learn the C backsite disclosures to know if there are any opponents waiting behind your site area. It’s a particularly stingy location to clear, and using this reveal will give your team an idea of what they’ll have to face.
This lineup starts in a similar position to site C and should move forward a bit until you see the opposite wall. After that, the dart can be fully charged and used in one bounce.
One Disclosure of C site recapture (defense)
If the Waterfall side is approaching the C site for a reshoot, use this amazing reveal to help your team. Your teammates and you can use the flash to regain control of the site and defuse the spikes.
While doing this, you should move slightly to the left until you see water pouring down, sticking to the wall. After correctly aligning your crosshairs, perform a double bouncing full charge release to locate your opponent on the site.
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