It also comes for Valuing the time to introduce them paid skins: a market that in recent years has proved extremely profitable, especially within the most famous Battle Royale in circulation such as Fortnite, Apex Legends, Call of Duty: Warzone and company. In the Riot Games title, the skins will be divided into various rarities or levels: Select, Deluxe, Premium, Ultra, finally Exclusive.
But the problem is not so much the organization of the skins or the collection itself, but the prices. Valorant cosmetic items can be purchased in exchange for VP, or Valuing Points; an Ultra skin costs 2475 VP. To get an idea of the amount to spend, 475 VPs are sold for $ 5, 11,000 VPs for $ 100. So for one skin Ultra you will have to spend 25 dollars on the game currency.
In these hours on Valorant has been released the first set of Skin worthy of some interest, the so-called Elderflame (dragon themed cosmetic package). This set includes four weapon skins, at a total price of 9900 VP, that is practically $ 100. A very interesting figure, don’t you think? And it’s not over yet: the Valorant skins can also be modified, also unlocking other effects and animations. The latter need a second currency, known as Radianitealways paid. So to get everything, absolutely everything, you will have to spend even more than 100 dollars.
What else to add? If you have 100 dollars to spend available, and you just don’t know what to do with it, the trailer the following could encourage you to spend them on Valorant. Riot Games would also be working on deathmatch mode, but it’s unclear when it will debut.
Awaken the fire within. Unlock VALORANT’s first Ultra Edition Skins: Elderflame. Available in the store July 10. pic.twitter.com/1qrSKAjRTX
– VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) July 8, 2020