Skins in Valorant are the prime feature, with the skins having additional VFS and SFX. The valorant skins help elevate the players’ gaming experience, and the skins aren’t just plain cosmetics making them worth the buck.
Amongst other things, Skins are also a controversial topic to touch as many skins supposedly impact your gameplay and might make you better at the game. But there is no such concrete evidence for the same.
Valorant Reaver 2.0
If you don’t know, the Reaver is one of the most fabled valorant skins and has been a community favorite for the longest time. Many professionals and casuals opt to use the Reaver Vandal over all the other skins.
While the original bundle also contained an Operator, Guardian, Sheriff, and Melee, the notoriety of reaver vandal has been unmatched. The complete bundle, if bought, cost 7100 VP, and the price of the individual skin was 1775 VP.
Valorant Reaver 2.0 Weapons:
The Reaver 2.0 bundle will likely be the same and contain A Phantom, A ghost, an odin, and a karambit knife. The screenshots and confirmation have excited people as many have been waiting for the bundle for a long time.
Valorant Reaver 2.0 Cost
The Reaver 2.0 bundle will likely cost 7100 VP, with each of the individual skins costing 1775 VP, just like previous Reaver iterations. These skins would have four upgradeable levels along with the infamous Reaver SFX
This is the third time Valorant has continued a series. First was Prime, then Glitchpop, and now Reaver. The upcoming bundle would have a similar price tag and will be an excellent addition for the people already using Reaver.
There has been no official date announced, but the skin set will make an appearance in the market soon, and with the current Run it back collection ending on 10th August, We might get Reaver 2.0 as the next bundle.