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Valorant Maps Callouts

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  Added by: SlayeR
  Category: Valorant > Articles
In our Valorant Maps and Callouts guide we will go through the most important details about each individual map, the callouts!

There are a total of three maps currently available in the game. These maps are Bind, Haven and Split. Each of these has various locations on them that are known by specific callouts. Utilizing the correct callouts for these environments will allow you to provide much more detailed information to your teammates which will give you a better change to win!

1.BIND
Bind has no middle area and instead only features two main pathways, one to each site.

It also features two-way teleporters that players can use to instantly get from one site of the map to another, however, when used, these machines make a lot of noise, so everyone on the map will know if someone’s trying to take a shortcut.

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2.HAVEN
Haven is the classic tactical shooter map in every aspect except one – it has three sites (A, B and C) that the defending team needs to protect rather than the usual two.

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3.SPLIT
Split differs from the other two maps thanks to its high ground areas. You’ll find yourself aiming up and down more on this map, with high windows having clear views of both bomb sites…so watch out for snipers!

But, there are easy ways to make up the ground, thanks to the conveniently placed Zipwires that you can latch onto and use to ascend or descend safely (and quietly, if you “walk” rather than “run” on them).

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  Added: Aug 17 2021, 01:11 PM    Modified: Never edited!    Thanks List: [+]      
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