Killjoy shines on the three-site Valorant map Haven, especially on the defender’s side. This new lineup can help her stay viable on the attack as well.
A Valorant player has discovered a new lineup for Haven’s A tower, which is both sneaky and reusable. Bagging rounds on the attacker side will become much easier with this Nanoswarm play.
Death-dealing turrets and ‘nades come in handy on all maps, so Killjoy sees a high pick rate compared to other Sentinels. The genius of Germany reps a fairly overpowered kit that gathers intel and deals heavy damage. Killjoy’s relatively simple and straightforward kit stands out in comparison to other agents. Coupled with a sharp duelist, Killjoy can become a true nuisance on Haven.
Valorant player GallanTryHard’s lineup for Haven is easy to learn and highly effective. Here’s how you can do it. Stand at the corner of the stone piles and aim at the burnt part of the wall, as shown in the image.
Throw the Nanoswarm grenade and wait for it to land. The swarm grenade will get stuck on the tiny ledge under heaven and rest there. Press F to initiate it and cut off the enemies camping in the tower.
The right corner of the A tower is one of the most common holding spots for the defenders rotating in from other sites. Agents often sneak inside the window and scout the attackers from there. This lineup will help clear out this angle and hold it down for an impending firefight. With this placement, you can clear out a crucial angle while damaging an opponent.
It’s recommended to use this lineup on the attackers’ side in post-plant situations. You can plant the Spike for long, take cover near the boxes, and keep the tower angle clear from safety. The best part about this particular setup is that it is reusable, as it’s almost impossible for enemies to figure out the device’s location. Even if they discover it, they’d likely stay away from the tower after getting hit by the Nanoswarm once.
Can you recall Killjoy’s Nanoswarm?
Unlike her other devices, players can’t pick up Killjoy’s Nanoswarm once it has been deployed. The grenade device can only be fitted and activated once in the game. Killjoy’s Nanoswarm isn’t reusable like her Turret.