Valve’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Riot Games’ Valorant are the biggest competitive first-person shooters on the internet with millions of players tuning into the titles each day.
While CS:GO and Valorant might vastly differ in gameplay, they both manage to shine equally as bright when it comes to weapon skins. Players might argue that CS:GO skins are more realistic while Valorant skins are a lot more flamboyant, but it doesn’t take away the charm from either game.
However, some of you may have questioned what would happen if someone decided to implement the unique skin patterns of CS:GO on Valorant?
We now have the answer, as an artist has managed to recreate the iconic ‘Asiimov’ skins from CS:GO on Valorant guns, and they look absolutely stunning.
Asiimov Skins in Valorant
Reddit user ‘Tanniko’ has recreated the Asiimov pattern on the Vandal, which is the counterpart of CS:GO’s AK-47 in Valorant.
On top of that, the artist has also created some additional variants for the Asiimov that aren’t present in CS:GO, and they look equally as gorgeous.
Fans can check out the implementation of the Asiimov skin line in Valorant here:
While this Valorant weapon skin has gained quite the traction in the community, don’t expect to see it in the actual game as it’s simply a fan-made project. However, fans have the option to check out the plethora of Vandal skins that are already present in the game. You might also consider grabbing one from the Night Market if you’re looking to save a few bucks.