Price tiers reminder: https://t.co/MgWQFSc78c
So the bundle is 2475 x 4 = 9900 VP
— Joe Lee (@SWAGGERNAU7) July 8, 2020
The developer has gone above and beyond as far as cosmetics are concerned – the guns are literally sentient dragons, and will emote when you get kills, reload, aim down the sight and so on. Even the bullets appear like fire shooting from the mythical creature’s mouth. Whether it’s all a bit too garish to allow for proper focus in a tense match is another story…
Regardless of your opinion on these new cosmetics, the price is something to behold. Valorant’s Revenue Lead Joe Lee posted the breakdown to Twitter, noting that the full set will cost you 9900 Valorant Points. The closest VP bundle you can buy is 11,000 VP for $100, so be prepared to shell out if you want the full set.Also, bear in mind that Valorant’s weapons can also be upgraded using Radianite, another currency earned via the battle pass. You can also purchase it using real money to quickly level up and unlock every animation for each gun. A fully tricked out Elderflame set is potentially going to cost you a lot of money.
We reviewed Valorant back in early June, scoring it a 9/10 and calling it a “clever tactical hero shooter that’s plenty deep.”
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