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New skins in Valorant

Skins are an invariable attribute of almost any computer game today. Not only can skins diversify the game and make it really beautiful aesthetically and more intellectually engaging.

Skins allow developers to motivate players to buy or participate in various in-game events that require prizes. Here in VALORANT, the situation is the same: many skins, including unique skins for weapons. Just look here! Seventeen types of weapons – and for each, many skin options, customizable according to the player’s preferences!

New options appear regularly. Of course, it would be fascinating for players to find out what new items the developers have prepared over the past year! Here are the latest skins which we at skins.co have ranked. They are worthy!

Not to beat around the bush anymore, here is the list:

  1. Neptune
  2. Titanmail
  3. Xenohunter
  4. RGX
  5. Prelude to Chaos

Neptune

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Neptune is a premium set. The release took place along with teasers, which appeared in abundance due to the imminent appearance of an underwater map. Each and every skin of Neptune features a small aquarium – it is simply the weapon’s base! By the way, a natural fish swims inside the aquariums at the weapon’s base. And the color scheme is monochrome, black, and white. The set includes:

  • Shorty
  • Spectre
  • Guardian
  • Vandal
  • Pickaxe

Titanmail

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Titanmail skins are entirely different. Their appearance is characterized mainly as “spiky,” especially since the color scheme using metallic shades and acid lime color adds “thorns” to the overall picture. Three large spikes appear at the end of the weapon – that’s how the “prickly” skins are obtained. The price for weapons in this set is 1275 VP, and for hand-to-hand combat items – 2550. The set works with:

  • Frenzy
  • Bucky
  • Vandal
  • Ares
  • Melee

Xenohunter

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Another recent add-on is the Xenohunter skins. This set appeared with patch 4.11 and is extremely interesting in terms of mechanics. The fact is that such skins come with a heartbeat sensor, and thanks to this sensor, it is easy to detect enemies! On the one hand, this is a very convenient and pleasant innovation. On the other hand, it caused a lot of resentment in the game community. The sensor occupies a much larger part of the screen than was considered normal for skin elements! And it became simply inconvenient to play, although the heart rate sensor as a whole is a handy thing. But it turned out one-on-one: here you get more, but there you lose. Nevertheless, the set is still prevalent. One type of weapon in this skin costs 1775 points; melee weapons take more than 3550 points each. It is for:

  • Frenzy
  • Bucky
  • Phantom
  • Odin
  • Knife

RGX

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The RGX set.- one of the most popular currently! Moreover, not only the first set of skins but also the second – RGX 11z, which just appeared not so long ago. The color scheme of the two generations of these skins is the same – blue, red, yellow, and green. These skins do not have thrilling features. No fish in an aquarium at the base of a weapon or spikes at the end. Yet, players still prefer them as much as possible compared to all other Valorant skins. Each skin cost 2175 Valorant points. For a melee weapon skin, you have to squeeze out 4350 points. The set is the most popular but at the same time the most expensive of all. Available guns there are:

  • Classic
  • Frenzy
  • Stinger
  • Phantom
  • Guardian
  • Vandal
  • Operator
  • Butterfly Knife

Prelude to Chaos

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And our favourite – Prelude to Chaos. A completely new kind of skin as such! Valorant had a lot of different things, but thanks to the futuristic core of the skins from this collection, the set resembles their predecessors, Ion, but with a brand new countenance. The appearance of that skin is dark if the player is holding a weapon of a dark magician. And the interior is very colorful and unusual. So the theme of Chaos is shown in full! Prelude to Chaos costs 8700 game points – a lot, but the product is worth the price!

The set comes for:

  • Vandal
  • Shorty
  • Operator
  • Stinger
  • Melee

Well, it’s up to the players to decide which skins they are most interested in and which set to spend money on – but the ranking of the skins.co team is above!