The statistics show that one of the parties in Valorant has a definite advantage. Who Wins More?


The statistics show that one of the parties in Valoranta has a definite advantage. Who Wins More

According to statistics, each map in Valorant favors the defensive side.


According to the k / d ratio and other statistics, we can find out that defensive players get eliminated more often and win more rounds than the attackers. This is often done with a fairly large margin.

The Valorant community believed that the offensive side was much more difficult to play than the defending side, and as it turns out, there is a lot of truth in that.

How are the statistics presented?

Below you can see how the statistics are presented. At first glance, you can see that on each of the four maps, the defending players have an advantage:

Ascent

Valorant Ascent
  • Attacker
  • 46.3% round win rate
  • 1.01 total K/D
  • Defensive
  • 53.3% round win rate
  • 1.12 average K/D

Bind

Valorant bind
  • Attacker
  • 46.7% round win rate
  • 1.01 total K/D
  • Defensive
    53.3% round win rate
  • 1.12 average K/D

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Haven:

Valorant Attacker 1

Attacker

  • 48% round win rate
  • 1.01 total K/D

Defensive

  • 53.3% round win rate
  • 1.11 average K/D

Split

Valorant Split

Attackers

  • 46% round win rate
  • 1.00 total K/D

Defensive

  • 54% round win rate
  • 1.12 average K/D

Goal-driven games like Valorant and CSGO often have maps that favor one side. Still, it’s amazing that Riot has created battlefields that only give the defending side an advantage.

Of course, one of the reasons the defensive side towers over the offensive side may be because Cypher and Sova both offer abilities that can reveal enemy locations just seconds after the round starts. This makes it much easier to defend than to attack rivals who know what to expect.