Climbing the leaderboard alone in any game can be a difficult issue, but some people out there like to play the games themselves. Not all players are social butterflies and sometimes you just want to log in, shoot some things and get lost in the game after a hard day.
If you have great faith in your own abilities, then climbing in Valorant should be possible on your own, especially when choosing the right agents.
If you are looking for a solo wear, you can go with Reyna. This agent is about tossing coins and you will either be perfectly bombed and hostile, recover, take two more and then use her escape, or die in five shots. You will not blame anyone but yourself.
Sage can easily turn off the routes itself, without any problems. Be able to create a wall or use slow balls to clean areas. You can control who your team gets involved in and when, and if something goes wrong, you can even bring a dead teammate back with Resurrection. If you like the idea of pulling the strings on the way to victory, then Sage is for you.
Cypher focuses on area control, using cameras, tripwire and Cyber Cage to funnel enemies, revealing their intentions and disadvantages. The skilled Cypher can lock an important item himself, which makes it an ideal character for solo players.
If you are the type of player who knows what is best, loves fragility and thinks that the rest of the team dresses in your assembly and creates ways, then Raze may be for you. He collects damage on top of the damage and doesn’t really do anything to help his team other than stack the bodies. The good thing about Raze solo is that your teammates automatically know what your plan is, and you can comfortably start punching enemy teams.
Like Raze, Jett is for players who just want to carry their team hard, whether their teammates want it or not. If you are more than sure of your goal and live for the gaming potential in a set of agents, then Jett is for you.