Valorant Skins

Valorant skins are cosmetics in the game, modifying the appearance of agents’ weapons. Players can buy these skins from the store with ‘Valorant Points’ and upgrade them with ‘Radianite Points,’ further altering the skin. Also, these skins are available in Valorant’s exclusive Contracts or Battle Passes. Each weapon skin shares a unique theme with 3 to 5 other weapons. 

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How to Obtain Valorant Skins

Here are three ways to get Valorant skins. Valorant maps are really important to understand whole game. 

Agent Contracts

Players can obtain agent skins when completing an Agent Contract, which you can achieve by reaching Tier 10. 

Battle Passes

Each act has a new battle pass with exclusive skins for 13 weapons. Each one will come from three skin collections following the act’s battle pass theme. 

Store

Players can buy weapon skins directly from the store, and their prices depend on the weapon’s edition tier. These skins are ranked, with Select edition as the lowest and Exclusive edition as the highest. 

  • Select Edition – $10 per individual skin and $41 per bundle. 
  • Deluxe Edition – $16 per individual skin and $62 per bundle. 
  • Premium Edition – $23 per individual skin and $82 per bundle. 
  • Ultra Edition – $30 per individual skin and $119 per bundle. 
  • Exclusive Edition – price varies. 

All skins have unique animations and sound effects. Meanwhile, some can evolve as players level up their weapons, changing how they look and react. 

The Different Types Of Valorant Skins

Here are the different weapon skins you can get directly from the store:

Select Edition

  • Infantry

Available for weapons: guardian, ghost, operator, specter, and Ares. 

  • Rush

Available for weapons: bulldog, judge, phantom, frenzy, and Ares. 

  • Sensation

Available for weapons: judge, stinger, vandal, frenzy, and Odin. 

  • Smite 

Available for weapons: judge, phantom, melee, classic, and Odin. 

  • Luxe

Available for weapons: vandal, ghost, judge, operator, and specter. 

  • Prism II

Available for weapons: bucky, vandal, sheriff, stinger, and shorty. 

  • Convex

Available for weapons: bulldog, judge, sheriff, operator, and specter. 

  • Galleria

Available for weapons: bucky, guardian, classic, marshal, and phantom. 

Deluxe Edition 

  • Avalanche

Available for weapons: classic, phantom, specter, vandal, and marshal. 

  • Horizon

Available for weapons: frenzy, bucky, specter, vandal, and bulldog. 

  • Silvanus 

Available for weapons: phantom, sheriff, operator, stinger, and vandal. 

  • Wasteland

Available for weapons: sheriff, short, specter, marshal, and vandal. 

  • Winter Wunderland

Available for weapons: ghost, phantom, marshal, melee, and vandal. 

  • Minima

Available for weapons: operator, phantom, sheriff, specter, and Ares.

  • Sakura

Available for weapons: classic, sheriff, vandal, stinger, and Ares. 

  • Aristocrat

Available for weapons: bulldog, sheriff, stinger, vandal, and Ares.  

  • Prism

Available for weapons: operator, ghost, phantom, melee, stinger, and Ares.

Premium Edition 

  • Celestial

Available for weapons: frenzy, judge, phantom, melee, and Ares. 

  • Nebula

Available for weapons: guardian, phantom, melee, sheriff, and Ares. 

  • Prime 2.0

Available for weapons: frenzy, phantom, bucky, melee, and Odin. 

  • Tethered Realms

Available for weapons: guardian, operator, vandal, ghost, and melee, including Promise & Demise. 

  • Valorant Go! Volume 1

Available for weapons: phantom, specter, guardian, melee, and ghost. 

  • E.G.O

This evolves and is available for weapons: ghost, guardian, stinger, vandal, and melee. 

  • G.U.N 

This evolves and is available for weapons: bucky, classic, specter, operator, and melee. 

  • Forsaken

This evolves and is available for weapons: classic, operator, vandal, classic, and melee. 

  • Ion 

This evolves and is available for weapons: bucky, phantom, sheriff, operator, and melee. 

  • Magepunk

This evolves and is available for bucky, marshal, specter, ghost, and melee. 

  • Forsaken

This evolves and is available for weapons: classic, operator, vandal, classic, and melee. 

  • Origin

This evolves and is available for weapons: frenzy, operator, vandal, bucky, and melee. 

  • Prime 

This evolves and is available for weapons: classic, vandal, guardian, specter, and melee. 

  • Reaver 

This evolves and is available for weapons: operator, guardian, vandal, sheriff, and melee. 

  • Sovereign

This evolves and is available for weapons: guardian, ghost, stinger, marshal, and melee. 

  • Spline

This evolves and is available for weapons: operator, classic, phantom, specter, and melee. 

Ultra Edition 

  • Elderflame 

This evolves and is available for operator, judge, vandal, frenzy, and melee. 

Exclusive Edition 

  • Ruination

Available for weapons guardian, specter, phantom, ghost, and melee. 

  • BlastX 

This evolves and is available for weapons: phantom, frenzy, specter, melee, and Odin. 

  • Glitchpop

This evolves and is available for weapons: judge, frenzy, bulldog, melee, and Odin. 

  • Glitchpop 2.0 

This skin evolves and is available for weapons: classic, vandal, phantom, operator, and melee.

  • Sentinels of Light 

This skin evolves and is available for weapons: operator, sheriff, melee, vandal, and Ares. 

  • Singularity 

This skin evolves and is available for weapons: phantom, specter, sheriff, melee, and Ares. 

Battle Pass Skins

Players can receive battle pass skins by buying Valorant’s seasonal Battlepass and earning XP. You can’t purchase the exclusive skins included in these bundles in the store, so get them before they’re gone – forever!

Episode 1 

Act 1

  • DOT EXE

Available for weapons: ghost, vandal, judge, and Odin. 

  • Couture

Available for weapons: stinger, bulldog, frenzy, and marshal. 

  • Kingdom

Available for weapons: bucky, classic, specter, melee, and phantom. 

Act 2

  • Hivemind

Available for weapons: specter, shorty, melee, vandal, and Ares. 

  • POLYfox

Available for weapons: guardian, bulldog, judge, and sheriff.

  • Red Alert

Available for weapons: operator, classic, bucky, and stinger. 

Act 3

  • Electroflux

Available for weapons: classic, sheriff, stinger, and bucky. 

  • Jade

Available for weapons: specter, judge, ghost, and phantom. 

  • Ruin

Available for weapons: marshal, shorty, guardian, vandal, and melee. 

Episode 2

Act 1

  • Aerosol

Available for weapons: operator, shorty, bucky, and Odin. 

  • Infinity

Available for weapons: classic, bulldog, specter, guardian, and phantom. 

  • Outpost

Available for weapons: ghost, judge, melee, and Ares. 

Act 2

  • Cavalier

Available for weapons: ghost, bucky, stinger, vandal, and operator. 

  • POLYfrog

Available for weapons: sheriff, marshal, specter, and Ares.

  • Prism III

Available for weapons: judge, classic, melee, and Odin. 

Act 3

  • Depths

Available for weapons: ghost, stinger, vandal, and bulldog. 

  • Lightwave

Available for weapons: frenzy, phantom, sheriff, bucky, and Odin. 

  • Songsteel

Available for weapons: guardian, marshal, classic, and melee. 

Episode 3

Act 1

  • Jigsaw 

This evolves and is available for weapons: ghost, guardian, judge, and Ares. 

  • K/TAC

Available for weapons: operator, sheriff, bulldog, vandal, and melee. 

  • Monarch

Available for weapons: marshal, shorty, and frenzy. 

Contract Skins

Contract skins differ from the rest of Valorant skins as they’re obtained by earning XP and completing an Agent’s contract. You can get these skins on tier 10 of an Agent’s contract system. The final result is a weapon skin modified to represent its Agent, making it a fantastic flex of your skills. Below are the unique contract skins for each Valorant Agent

  • Astra: Eclipse Ghost
  • Breach: Ragnarocker Frenzy
  • Brimstone: Peacekeeper Sheriff
  • Cypher: Hush Ghost
  • Jett: Game Over Sheriff
  • KAY/O: FIRE/ARM Classic
  • Killjoy: Wunderkind Shorty
  • Omen: Soul Silencer Ghost
  • Phoenix: Spitfire Frenzy
  • Raze: Pistolinha Classic
  • Reyna: Vendetta Ghost
  • Sage: Final Chamber Classic
  • Skye: Swooping Frenzy
  • Sova: Protektor Sheriff
  • Viper: Snakebite Shorty
  • Yoru: Death Wish Sheriff

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