Valorant Neptune Skin Bundle


Valorant Neptune Skin Bundle: Everything You Need to Know

Abhimannu Das
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The new Valorant Neptune Skin bundle features skins for Spectre, Guardian, Shorty and Vandal.
The bundle also has a special anchor-themed melee skin.
The price of the bundle is 7,100 Valorant Points while the skins are individually priced at 1,775 Valorant Points.

Riot Games has added a host of skin bundles to Valorant over the years and the cosmetics team continues to push out new cosmetics every few weeks. A new bundle just dropped with the 4.10 update with yet another Vandal skin that fans can’t stop being excited about. The Neptune Vandal is already a fan favorite and players can pick up the skin right now from the shop. The Neptune Bundle in Valorant will be available for a limited time, after which fans will have to wait for a re-run or for the skins to be added to the Night Market to obtain them.

Valorant Neptune Skin Bundle Overview

The new Valorant Neptune Skin Bundle features skins with highly detailed animations that resemble fish moving inside an aquarium. It has some of the most attention to detail of any skin lineup Riot Games has released since the launch of Valorant.

The Neptune Skin Bundle will feature the following skins as part of the bundle:

  • Neptune Spectre Skin

  • Neptune Guardian Skin

  • Neptune Shorty Skin

  • Neptune Vandal Skin

  • Neptune Anchor Melee

  • Neptune Sailor Compass Gun Buddy

All of the skins are upgradeable and you can get access to alternate color variants through the upgrades.

Valorant Neptune Skin Bundle Price

The new skin bundle costs 7,100 Valorant Points (VP) which means that it will set you back by around $70 USD. You also have the option of getting the skins individually for 1,775 VP each which will cost you around $18 USD. If you want to get multiple skins from the bundle, it is recommended to purchase the bundle as it is cheaper than getting all the skins individually.

Cosmetics in Valorant are by no means necessary to enjoy the game and you should spend your money wisely. The weapons are purely cosmetic and you should purchase them only if you really like them and want to support the developers.

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.

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