Valorant Skins Guide
Skins in Valorant are used to customise the look of your weapons and can be purchased as individual skins or full skin bundles from the in-game store. Check out our Valorant Skins Guide to find out everything you need to know about them.
Skins are purchased in Valorant using Radiantie Points which is the currency of the game and can only be gained two ways. The first is to play and earn rewards from the Battlepass and the other is by purchasing them with Valorant currency, which is bought with real money at the in-game store. Valorante Points can then be used to evolve certain skins by unlocking additional levels, the first level being unlocked when you get the skin. Each of the levels that are unlocked will feature new customisations such as visual effects, audio, animations, unique finishers, and variants.
The skins in the Valorant store rotates in primarily two different sections.• The features skins rotate every two weeks.• The skins which are on offer rotate every 2-3 days.
Listed below are all the different skin collections that are currently in the game along with their prices.Avalanche Collection
Icy blue skins of five different weapons:
• VandalImperium Collection
This set features dragon designs and shiny gold textures.
• Classic skin: 1,275 Valorant Points
• Melee skn: 2,550 Valorant PointsRonin Collection
Japanese inspired skins featuring dragon designs with black, red and gold trim.
• Sheriff skin: 875 Valorant Points
• Bulldog skin: 875 Valorant Points
• Operator: 875 Valorant Points• Reaver Collection
The Reaver bundle can be obtained for 5,325 Valorant Points. Each individual Reaver skin costs 1,775 Valorant Points (except for the Tactical Knife, which is 3,550).
• Sheriff: 1,775 Valorant Points
• Vandal: 1,775 Valorant Points
• Operator: 1,775 Valorant Points
• Melee: 3,550 Valorant PointsLuxe Collection
This set contains six different weapon skins, each with different colour options. Each level of Luxe skin costs an extra 15 Radianite Points to unlock. Additional variants include blue, camo, gold, and default red.Prism Collection
The Prism bundle costs 6,375 Valorant Points. Each individual skin costs 1,250 Valorant Points. This set features blue iridescent designs.
• Ghost: 1,250 Valorant Points
• Spectre: 1,250 Valorant Points
• Phantom: 1,250 Valorant Points
• Operator: 1,250 Valorant Points
• Ares: 1,250 Valorant Points
• Melee: 1,250 Valorant PointsAgent Collection
When you complete contracts for specific agents you will unlock skins exclusive to them. Listed below are all the different Agent exclusive skins.
• Raze's Classic aka Pistolinha Classic
• Breach's Frenzy aka Ragnarocker
• Phoenix's Frenzy aka Spitfire
• Sage’s Classic aka Final Chamber
• Omen’s Ghost aka Soul Silencer
• Sova's Sheriff (Protektor)
• Brimstone’s Sheriff
• Cypher's Ghost (Hush)
• Viper's Shorty (Snakebite)
• Jett’s Sheriff (Game Over)Prime Collection
Check out our How to get Prime Skins
guide for more information on this set.
The list of skins above are the initial line-up of skins that the developers of Riot Ganes released with the launch of Valorant. The skin collections listed below are those that will be available soon to purchase at the in-game shop.Aristocrat Collection
• AresDot Exe Collection
• VandalKingdom Collection
• MeleeCouture Collection
• MarshalRush Collection
• AresGalleria Collection
Check out our Best Weapons Tier List
to see how they rank against each other.