If you’re an avid Valorant player who’s also into collecting weapon skins, make sure that you have your wallets ready, as only a few days remain before the heavily anticipated Episode 6 Act 1 Valorant Night Market is all set to hit the live servers of the competitive shooter.
As already confirmed by Riot Games, the Valorant Night Market will come to the game in February 2023, and it will once again provide a great opportunity for players to expand their Valorant skin collection.
In a little under a month, the Night Market of Valorant will make its triumphant return to the game. The Episode 6 Act 1 Night Market, as announced by Riot Games on their Twitter, will be available from February 15th to 27th, 2023.
The Night Market’s randomly discounted skins make it a popular event for in-game cosmetic buyers. Each participant receives their own special set of deals that are only available during that Night Market.
Before the Night Market lands, let’s take a look at what you need to know about this upcoming Valorant Night Market – its start date, end date, and more.
Players can spend Valorant Points, which must be purchased with real money, on six skins at random each day from the Night Market. These skins are not included in the current bundle or the daily store offerings.
The corresponding dates for Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific are February 16th through the 28th, 2023.
The Night Market is a place where one must rely solely on good fortune. You’ll receive six skins from collections that are at least two Acts old, so in this edition, you’ll only get Skins up to and including Act 2 (Episode 5) old.
This includes melee skins, with the exception of those that cost more than 3550 VP. No skins included in the Ultra or Exclusive bundles will be available on the Night Market.
Of the six skins you receive, two must be knife skins or Premium edition gun skins. Here’s your chance to get your hands on a desired skin at a price significantly lower than what it would fetch on the regular market.
Ion 2.0 and Cryostasis are ineligible because they were released in the last two Acts and therefore do not qualify. This update adds two new skin sets to the Night Market: Kohaku & Matsuba and Crimsonbeast.
Night Market will run for 12 days, during which time you can purchase skins at the going market rate.
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