The original Prime skins in Valorant are among the most popular Riot Games has released since the game’s release. The new Valorant Prime 2.0 skins feature brand new models with upgraded features, exhaust ports and additional animations that are a step up from the previous set of skins. In addition to the weapon skins the Valorant Prime 2.0, there is a karambit-style melee weapon that is being added to the bundle. You can purchase the Valorant Prime 2.0 skins separately or get the bundle at a discount and get some extra goodies as well.
Valorant Prime 2.0 Skin Pricing and Details
The skins are priced at 1775 VP each while the melee skin is priced at 3550 VP. If you get all of the weapon skins as part of the bundle for 7100 VP, the melee skin, player card, spray and gun buddies become free. Here are the weapons that are getting the new skins:
- Melee (Karambit)
Valorant Prime 2.0 Skins: Level Up
The new skins have up to seven level-ups. Here are all the unlockable cosmetic upgrades that you can grab:
- Level 1 - Custom Model, ADS reticle, and ejectable bullets
- Level 2 - Custom muzzle flash and firing audio; visual effects through gun’s vents and eyes on bull light up when firing
- Level 3 - Custom equip animation with visual effects and audio; custom inspect audio
- Level 4 - Kill Banner and Finisher
- Level 5 - Gold Variant
- Level 6 - Green Variant
- Level 7 - Red Variant
- Level 1 - Custom Model
- Level 2 - Custom equip animation with visual effects and audio; custom swipe VFX and audio; custom inspect audio.
Will Riot Games Add More 2.0 Skins?
Players recently got Glitchpop 2.0 skins now we have Valorant’s Prime 2.0 skins coming to the game. On the topic of new 2.0 skins being added to the game, Art Lead San Marino stated “Potentially, but we don’t have any planned right now. Prime//2.0 and Glitchpop sets were very obvious choices for us to make more skins for. However, we’re still gathering player feedback before we decide to commit to making more skins for an existing skin line.”
Marino talked about how the new 2.0 set felt like a challenge because the team wants the upgraded variants to stay true to the heritage set by the original skins but also offer a visual upgrade at the same time. The team wants the new skins to feel cohesive with their previous counterparts instead of deviating too far from older designs.