Valorant became a fan-favorite within months of its launch.
While the game's agent-driven gameplay is quite fascinating, at its core, it is still a 5v5 competitive FPS esports game, with gunplay as its primary mechanic.
From shotguns to sniper rifles, Valorant’s selection of weapons is quite varied. All these weapons have a unique set of attributes attached to them.
This guide will provide a weapon tier list, along with the cost (in credits) and damage rating for each gun in the game.
Defining each weapon tier in Valorant
The S-tiered weapons are the ones with a good cost-to-effectiveness ratio. They are quite useful for both attacking and defending on all the maps.
The A-tiered weapons are a bit more situation-driven than their S-tier counterparts. Their cost-to-effectiveness ratio is slightly lower and might not be useful for attacking or defending on certain maps.
The B-tier weapons are very much situation-driven. They may not offer the best cost-to-effectiveness ratio but are useful in certain situations.
The C-tiered weapons are most useful in an eco round. They can deal quite a lot of damage for less bank.
Valorant weapon tier list
Legs: 30Spectre Screengrab via Valorant Store
Legs: 14Sheriff Screengrab via Valorant Store
Legs: 46Odin Screengrab via Valorant Store
Legs: 19Marshal Screengrab via Valorant Store
Legs: 85Ares Screengrab via Valorant Store
Legs: 25Stinger Screengrab via Valorant Store
Legs: 23Frenzy Screengrab via Valorant Store
Legs: 22Guardian Screengrab via Valorant Store
C-tierShorty Screengrab via Valorant Store
Legs: 10Classic Screengrab via Valorant Store
Legs: 22Knife Screengrab via Valorant Store
This weapon tier list is subjected to change over time, depending on upcoming patches.Published 17 Dec 2020, 09:33 IST