There are various skills players can utilize to find success in the world of Valorant. One of these skills is the bunny hop. This movement skill can be used by players to quickly navigate their character around a map and avoid dangerous abilities from enemy players such as Sage's ability where she covers the floor in a material that slows you down and leaves you vulnerable for an attack. Fortunately, we have everything you need to know to bunny hop in the first-person shooter covered for you.

How to Bunny Hop in Valorant

Now, you will need to have your knife out when you attempt to bunny hop, as it will allow you to gain the most momentum and move the fastest. 

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Players will then need to press the W key forward until they have reached their character's maximum sprint speed to begin the bunny hop process, according to community member Jack_Dice. Once you are moving as fast as you can, begin to alternate between pressing your left and right strafe keys, which are A and D. You will also need to continuously push the spacebar while doing this to have your Valorant character be jumping the whole time. 

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Individuals will then need to practice keeping their crosshair and camera movement in line with their strafing and jumping to be able to bunny hop as fluidly as possible. Having all of this synchronized will also allow you to be able to quickly pull out one of your guns and take on a gunfight as soon as possible.

There is no doubt that players will be able to improve their skills by adding the bunny hop to their skillset. Having the power to counter Sage and rotate at impressive speeds will allow you to be an even better player than you were before. 

We wish you the best of luck in using your bunny hop skills to dominate your opponents in Valorant! Let us know how it goes over on Facebook and Twitter!