Valorant Bugs & Glitches: Cypher Camera That Needs To Be Fixed ASAP

Can't hide from this cypher camera bug in Valorant!

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Valorant Bugs & Glitches; Cypher Camera That Needs To Be Fixed

Bugs and glitches are nothing new for Valorant players, and with each update comes a new bug. Most of the time, players find these bugs bearable until they start to cause nuisance in-game. Interestingly, some glitches come to light as soon as a new update arrives, and some of these surface at a later stage.

This article will discuss such bugs and glitches that give players an edge over their competitors. In particular, there’s a Cypher camera bug in Valorant. We suggest you do not exploit these bugs and try to get kills, as doing so might get you banned. Moving on, let’s quickly discuss this bug.

Cypher’s camera bug in Valorant

In a video, a popular Valorant streamer named HowToNoodle showcases the cypher camera bug on different maps and how he performed it. Let’s first understand how the Valorant bug works and the advantage it offers. The bug allows cypher to place his camera anywhere, yes, literally anywhere on the map; frightening, isn’t it? Other than putting the camera anywhere, even in mid-air, it’s hard to spot the camera as it’s near invisible.
The Twitch streamer HowToNoodle performs this trick by throwing the cypher’s cage in the air and then placing the camera on the cage as it flies down. All this sounds complicated, doesn’t it?

Apart from setting the camera mid-air, the streamer shows another bug that allows cypher’s camera to be put under the map. Furthermore, this Valorant bug also allows the camera to be placed on the ground. However, there are limited spots on selected maps, like Ascent, that enable the camera to be set up under the map.

Hopefully, Riot will fix this bug in the coming patches as this bug allows the sentinel to make overpowering plays and bamboozle their opponents amid matches. We strongly suggest you avoid using this bug in-game, and especially in Competitive mode.

Akshay Bhardwaj

Akshay Bhardwaj

A casual gamer, fascinated with everything geeky, mostly found lazing around. I drink, and I don't know things!

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