The Worst Guns in Valorant
All 17 guns in Valorant can kill enemies, but we can all agree that some weapons are better than others. Some guns are considered the best weapons, like the Operator, Phantom, Vandal, and other firearms that top the Valorant weapon tier list.
Don't be surprised if there are B-tier guns listed that still appear in this article because they can still be considered the worst weapons in their category.
In our opinion, some weapons don’t do well most of the time, but in particular situations, they are great. But these situations don’t always happen, and that’s the main reason they are the worst among the rest.
The Shorty is the worst of all the sidearms and probably the worst weapon in Valorant, so don't buy it in save rounds. It is only suitable for camping and getting kills at point blank range. If you're using an agent who doesn't have dash or teleport, the Shorty is not the gun for you since it only has two bullets per round, and there is no assurance that you can kill an opponent. You might as well use the free Classic gun in save rounds.
The Bucky was once a powerful weapon, but since Riot Games nerfed the gun, it became useless. The only good use for the Bucky is when you are good at camping or playing sneaky to kill an enemy from short-range combat. This D-tier weapon fits agents who have dashes like Jett and Neon since it cannot perform in long ranges.
It's quite a dilemma to choose the worst rifle in the game between the Bulldog and the one-shot-kill Guardian. However, arguably, the Bulldog deserves the title since it does less damage in all aspects than the Guardian, the only semi-automatic rifle in the game. Yes, it's cheaper than other rifles, but its only redeeming factor is its alternate fire, which fires three bullets with superb bullet accuracy. In both save and buy rounds, you might as well buy the Spectre or even the classic gun.
Don't get us wrong, the Marshal is one of the best guns in the game. It is on the c-tier on The GlobalGaming list, but it is nothing compared to the Operator, although both have first bullet accuracy. The only downside is you need to headshot enemies to kill them in full buy rounds, so it's not advisable to buy Marshal aside from eco rounds and after pistol rounds. Also, unless you're Tenz, who knows how to do one hit kills one after another.
Although the Ares is a good weapon, especially for spamming opponents and wall penetration, it won't do any good, especially in higher ranks, since it is disadvantageous in long-range combat. Compared to its brother, the Odin, Ares has a slower fire rate but a faster reload. Ares is a solid choice in the medium range, but if you are still working on controlling spray, you might as well buy the Spectre at the same amount.
Yes, the two machine guns in Valorant fall under the worst guns in the game. If you’re a low-rank player, you might be surprised why we consider the Odin one of the worst guns since it’s a fan favorite because of its magazine and high fire rate. However, in higher ranks, Odin can be considered overpriced for its kind since it is not suitable for long-range fights.
If you still want to buy these weapons, even if they can be considered the worst in Valorant, make sure to equip them with beautiful skins so that you will be inspired to kill opponents. If you want to know the best weapons in Valorant, TheGlobalGaming has already listed s-tier guns and other OP weapons.