How to level up quickly in VALORANT

How to level up quickly in VALORANT
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The VALORANT Battle Pass rewards players for investing their time in the game, offering a host of new cosmetics based on the act.

The Battle Pass is free and available to anyone who logs in for its duration. However, the premium route, which includes bigger and better cosmetics, comes with a cost. The more XP you earn, the better the prizes.

If time is not on your side and you want to complete the final chapter of the battle pass and unlock the illustrious skin of the knife, you may need to think (and act) fast. Here's how to level up as fast as possible and complete the battle pass on time.

Complete your daily and weekly missions.

Daily and weekly missions should be your top priority as you upgrade your battle pass. Two new missions will appear on your log that will award 2,000 XP each day. These missions are usually easy to complete and should take around 30 to 40 minutes of your time. You can complete them by queuing for competitive or unranked matches, but Spike Rush is usually the fastest option. The games are short and sweet and are over in minutes.

Sometimes, depending on the mission, Spike Rush is not an option. You may have to buy weapons or shields or kill an enemy with your weapon, missions that can only be completed without ranking or competitive. But you should never skip these missions if you really want to level up your battle pass.

There are also three weekly missions available each week that grant up to 21,280 XP. You should aim to complete these missions as soon as possible. If you miss a week, you can catch up next week. When you complete the weekly missions, three more will appear in their place. This means that you can save your weekly missions for the last week and complete one after another if absolutely necessary.

Run Deathmatch and Spike Rush

If you're wondering what to do after completing your daily and weekly missions, queue up for Deathmatch or Spike Rush. There is nothing wrong with running competitive or unranked matches, but Deathmatch and Spike Rush will get you the most bang for your buck XP.

Each competitive or unqualified round will earn you 100 XP for playing or 200 XP for winning. This means that if you end up dominating and 13-0 the opposition, you will earn only 2,600 XP. A Deathmatch game, on the other hand, will award you 900 XP, while Spike Rush will award you 1,000 XP. These matches last around four or five minutes.

However, if you have to choose between Deathmatch and Spike Rush, Spike Rush is the best option. Although Deathmatch can be slightly shorter in duration than Spike Rush, you cannot complete missions while doing so. But if missions are not a problem, of course, fail in Deathmatch.

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