A fiery themed skin-line is inbound to your favorite first-person shooter starting from tomorrow.
Valorant, Riot’s FPS, has been a hit since its premiere in 2020, because of its unique blend of tactical shooting mechanics and ability-based gameplay, combined with a huge assortment of incredible-looking cosmetics.
As seen in the image above, the Crimsonbeast series contains flaming fantasy weaponry, including a hammer fit for Thor:
5. Hammer Melee
Although there has not yet been any official trailer or gameplay reveal of the skins, leaker ValorLeaks has already unearthed some files showing the skin in action. This was done after doing some digging into the game’s archives.
There hasn’t been an official trailer or gameplay unveiling of the skins yet, but leaker ValorLeaks has already unearthed some files showing the skin in action:
Price and Launch Date Information for the Valorant Crimsonbeast
There is only one level of upgrading that can be purchased, which is not very many compared to other premium skins. To refresh your memory, the cost of a premium bundle is 1,775 VP ($23) for each individual skin or 7,100 VP ($82) for the bundle as a whole. It’s worth noting that the Reaver, Forsaken, and Prime packs all cost the same amount.
The Crimsonbeast follows the ChronoVoid skin line, which will end tomorrow.
Patch 5.07 is already live in North America, and it will debut tomorrow in Europe and the rest of the world. Check out the complete patch notes right here, and make sure you read our in-depth article describing how the major changes to flashes are likely to affect the game’s meta.
The 5.07 Patch in Valorant is finally here which introduces a series of changes to the game.
The developers modified Skye, KAY/O, Reyna, and Yoru’s flash skills and improved both Fracture sites. Yoru and Reyna’s flash abilities were overpowered by Skye and KAY/O, therefore Riot made balance tweaks.