Valorant Act 3 Episode 3 Battlepass launched, details inside

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Valorant Episode 3 Act 3 is here with a brand new battle pass including a plethora of weapon cosmetics, player cards, buddies, etc along with a new patch 3.09 which brings changes to the Classic pistol weapon and the map, Fracture.

Battlepass in Valorant is a set of cosmetic items that players can obtain by progressing through the same. Comprising 50 Tiers across 10 acts, the player can earn a certain number of free rewards (marked with the green gradient) and premium prizes (marked with the red gradient).

Valorant ACT 3 Episode 3 Battlepass 

The paid track can be redeemed by getting the premium version of the ACT 3 Battlepass which would cost you 1000 Valorant points in-game, near to around USD 10$ and 700 INR for players across India.  Each player is given access to a free version of the Battlepass and can earn rewards labeled as “free”. Other prizes are available when you purchase a special Premium version of the Battle Pass.

Usually, it might take endless hours to grind out the Battle Pass, but the only way out to get it done is the daily challenges. The latter provides you with experience points that enable you to progress faster while playing the game and unlock the Battlepass content as quickly as possible.

You may also choose to purchase the levels if you wish to claim the paid track and not grind the entire thing out. Each level is made available at 200 Valorant Points to purchase.

Content included in the Act 2 Episode 3 Battlepass

Three new skin bundles have been introduced in this forthcoming Episode 3 Act 2 Battlepass and are listed according to the developer sheet below:

  • Goldwing
    1. Ghost
    2. Ares
    3. Classic
    4. Judge
  • Genesis
    1. Shorty
    2. Bulldog
    3. Operator
    4. Bucky
    5. Melee Knife Weapon
  • Aero
    1. Guardian
    2. Phantom
    3. Spectre
    4. Phantom

The Goldwing and Aero bundles will feature four new weapon skins while the Genesis bundle will have five weapon cosmetics up for grabs including a melee weapon available once you reach level 50. 

Given, weapon skins from the Aero bundle will have different variants once unlocked and can be secured at the cost of Radiante points by either upgrading your battlepass or getting them from the market.



The XP Missions were too revealed by Shiick, an esteemed Valorant dataminer on Twitter ahead of the launch. The weekly missions are as follows :

Missions for Week 1:

  • Deal 18000 damage (10500 Experience Points)
  • Use 200 abilities (10500 Experience Points)

Missions for Week 2:

  • Defuse/plant 20 spikes (10500 Experience Points)
  • Use 25 ultimates (10500 Experience Points)

Missions for Week 3:

  • Kill 100 enemies (12000 Experience Points)
  • Play 150 rounds (12000 Experience Points)
  • Purchase 100 items (12000 Experience Points)

Missions for Week 4:

  • Use 200 abilities (12000 Experience Points)
  • Deal 18000 damage (12000 Experience Points)
  • Use 25 ultimates (12000 Experience Points)

Missions for Week 5:

  • Defuse/plant 20 spikes (15000 Experience Points)
  • Kill 100 enemies (15000 Experience Points)
  • Play 10 games (15000 Experience Points)

Missions for Week 6:

  • Get 45 headshots (15000 Experience Points)
  • Purchase 100 items (15000 Experience Points)
  • Use 25 ultimates (15000 Experience Points)

Missions for Week 7:

  • Deal 18000 damage (16500 Experience Points)
  • Play 150 rounds (16500 Experience Points)
  • Use 200 abilities (16500 Experience Points)

Missions for Week 8:

  • Defuse/Plant 21(?) spikes (21000 Experience Points)
  • Use 210(?) abilities (21000 Experience Points)
  • Use 21(?) ultimates (21000 Experience Points)

Missions for Week 9:

  • Defuse/Plant 22(?) spikes (22000 Experience Points)
  • Use 220(?) abilities (22000 Experience Points)
  • Use 22(?) ultimates (22000 Experience Points)

Missions for Week 10:

  • Get 45 headshots (16500 Experience Points)
  • Play 150 rounds (16500 Experience Points)
  • Use 200 abilities (16500 Experience Points)

Riot had earlier revealed Chamber, the forthcoming agent joining the ranks of Valorant, which was to be launched as a part of the Episode 3 Act 3 but was later rescheduled to be made available two weeks ahead of the launch of Act 3.

“As development progressed on the new Agent, it was clear to us that they were not at the quality bar you’ve come to expect from us. It’s why we’ve opted to hold the Agent for an additional two weeks, while we work on polishing up those final aspects. Sometimes the last 10% of work really brings together the previous 90% of work.” Stated John Goscicki, VALORANT character producer in a press release.

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