How to Get Free Skins in Valorant (In-Game Methods)
Riot Games' Valorant has arguably the coolest weapon skins you can get in online games. Some skins deck out way more for your gameplay than just a shiny new look—some have epic reload animations, some come with dope kill animation effects, and some have awesome new kill signs when you get multi-kills. Most of these cool skins have a nice fat price tag on them, though they do make the default weapons look a bit dull. However, there are ways to deck out your loadout without spending any cash! Keep reading to find out. Method 1: Obtain Free Valorant Skins Through Battle Pass Chapter Rewards Many active online games these days have battle passes loaded with cool items you can get just by playing the game and completing challenges. In Valorant, they're called "Act Passes." There are 2 tiers to the Act Pass; the paid-for premium tier loaded with themed goodies and the free tier. By playing matches and earning XP during the seasonal chapter, you'll gain levels on your battle pass and unlock some free cosmetics! If that premium tier is speaking to you, though, consider using Buff to upgrade to premium for free! Each Valorant Act Pass usually offers these free rewards: 3 player cards3 player titles3 gunbuddies (charms)2 sprays2 sets of 10 Radianite Points1 sidearm skin Method 2: Obtain Free Valorant Skins Through the Activation of Agent Contracts Agent contracts are a system that Riot Games implemented to get you to unlock new agents for your roster and get free cosmetics along the way. Agent contracts have 10 levels to get through by accumulating XP from games, and it's split into two chapters. Hitting level 5 (completing chapter 1) will unlock your new agent, and completing chapter 2 at level 10 will get you a flashy new sidearm skin. Just remember, you can only have 1 active contract at a time! Here's a breakdown of what you'll get per level: Chapter 1 Level 1: SprayLevel 2: Player CardLevel 3: Player TitleLevel 4: SprayLevel 5: Agent Chapter 2 Level 6: GunbuddyLevel 7: SprayLevel 8: Player TitleLevel 9: Player CardLevel 10: Weapon Skin We think it's pretty nice that Riot Games lets you keep your game free-to-play and earn cosmetic items without spending a cent. Though the items are a little less flashy, they're certainly worth the effort!
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How to Sell Your Dota Skins on Steam
Some items on Dota 2 are worth more than a hefty $1,800, and so some of those shiny skins you've been holding on to might fetch you a pretty penny on the Steam Marketplace! Steam has an integrated marketplace that works for loads of game titles on its platform, and is—by far—the safest way to buy, sell, and trade items. We've made a quick guide on how you can easily put your unwanted or lucrative skins on the Steam Marketplace in a matter of minutes! 1. Run Steam and Log in to Your Account Log into your Steam account with your Dota 2 inventory items you'd like to sell. 2. Hover Over the <Community> Button in the Top Bar You can also head over to your profile, then inventory, pick an item, and choose "sell" under its description. 3. Select the <Market> Option From the Drop-Down Menu You'll be redirected to the community market page to see what's available on the Steam Marketplace, including your item listing. 4. Click on <Sell an Item> All your available sellable Dota & Steam items will pop up. 5. Select the Item(s) You Want to Sell Look at the description of the item to find its market value. 6. Click on <Sell> Now your item will be listed in the Steam Marketplace for other users to buy for their games. Yep, it's that easy! Once someone has bought your item off of the Steam Marketplace, the funds go directly into your steam wallet—which, unfortunately, you can't withdraw into real cash; but maybe you can get yourself a new game, new skins, or even gift your friends. Additionally, take a look at our guide to trading your Dota skins for CS:GO skins.
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How to Trade Your Dota Skins for CS:GO Skins
Duplicate skins suck, and having a collection of skins for a game you no longer play can suck even more. Maybe you've got some Dota skins that you'd like to trade for some CS:GO skins, or you've got a collection of Team Fortress 2 skins you'd like to trade for Dota ones—or, maybe you just want a newer set of skins for the same game. If you're keen to get started with trading, then you've come to the right guide! 1. Sign Up to a Trading Site/Log in to Your Account You'll need to log in to a site that enables trading across games. loot.farm is a great option, though their prices are slightly elevated. You'll be asked to sign in with your Steam details to give the site access to your inventory—just make sure to set it to be seen by the public. 2. Navigate to the Trade Page Head over to where you can see your inventory and the available items you can trade for. You should see the value of each item listed, allowing you to compare. 3. Select the Items You Want to Sell/Upgrade/Trade When you've picked an item, the site will list it for other people to request trades. 4. Choose the Items You Want to Receive Pick something of similar value, or you can trade multiple cheaper items for an expensive one, or vice versa. 5. Review (Accept/Reject) Trade Offers Once you're happy with your trade, send the request and wait for the recipient to accept the trade. You might also get other requests for your item if your initial trade doesn't work out. Trading is a great way to make sure you can take your hard-earned money from one game on your Steam account to another or overhaul the inventory you currently have! Additionally, take a look at our guide to selling your Dota skins on Steam.
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Is It Possible to Refund Your Apex Coins?
We've all bought something that we've regretted a few days later—a skin for that character you no longer play as, or a game that went on special just after you paid full price. Apex also has some sweet deals you can get your hands on for real money, but if you've purchased coins or a bundle accidentally and want to get your money back, read on! If you've purchased an item or skin within the game using Apex Coins, Legend Tokens, or Heirloom Shards, then sadly, Respawn isn't able to refund you for the in-game purchase. If, however, you've accidentally spent real money on Apex Coins, then it may just be possible—with a bit of effort—to get a refund for that purchase. Apex Coin Refund Eligibility Requirements For extra clarity, we contacted EA Support and asked them if it was possible to refund your Apex Coins that were accidentally bought, and this is what they said: Yes, if the player purchases coins accidentally, and hasn't spent them, EA support can help the player for Origin only. For other platforms, you'd need to contact the specific platforms' support and they will help you with the refund process. So, if you haven't spent those coins you bought accidentally, the only way to get a refund is to go to the support page of the platform you bought the coins on: PlayStation: SonyXbox: MicrosoftPC: EA/Origin or SteamSwitch: Nintendo Unfortunately, you can't refund the coins you got for free. However, with a bit of effort, you should be able to refund the coins you purchased with real money, and then you could try topping up your apex coins for free with Buff!
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How to Get the Apex Legends Battle Pass (Without Spending usd)
Apex Legends is known for having some of the coolest cosmetics around, and those aren't the only things you get out of the Apex Legends battle pass. As you progress through the premium battle-pass levels, you'll be unlocking the following things: Stackable team-XP boosting (up to 300%!)Apex Packs, including legendary- and epic-tier packs1,300 Apex CoinsExclusive transitions and trackersEvolving legendary weapon skin But is it possible to get the premium battle pass without spending any real money? Read on to find out. Save Up for a Battle Pass Through Gameplay The premium tiers of the batle pass can only be unlocked by spending Apex Coins, but there's a way to get hold of them without spending any real money. By playing through the free tier of the pass, you can earn enough Apex Coins to eventually unlock a premium battle pass! You can also get Apex Coins for free through Buff. How Many Coins Do You Need? You can progress through levels of the battle pass by earning battle-pass stars through challenges and leveling up. With a bit of patience and a lot of gameplay, you can grind through the free tier of the pass, which will earn you 200 Apex Coins once you complete it. By grinding through a few passes, you'll eventually accumulate 950 Apex Coins, enough to unlock the premium tiers. Furthermore, once you've got that premium pass, you'll be getting 1,300 Apex Coins every season with a new battle pass. Essentially, getting the premium pass once ensures that you'll be able to get it for the rest of your Apex Legends career (assuming you play enough, of course). And hey, if you're not feeling the battle pass, or have extra Apex Coins saved up, you can always head into the store and reward yourself with some great cosmetics.
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