Riot Games announced the upcoming release of the LOCK/IN capsule, which will feature a melee called the Misericórdia, regionally-themed cards, and a VAMOS! spray.
You can get your hands on some between February 8 and March 7 in VALORANT. It won’t return to stores or night markets.
Riot has also designated a percentage of the profits made from these skins as going to the VCT partner teams. When it comes to skin lines for tournaments, Valorant has historically been generous.
The Champions 2021 and 2022 bundles are fan favorites due to their high level of detail and widespread acclaim. It’s safe to assume the same will be done with the LOCK//IN capsule in Valorant.
Although Riot Games has yet to announce the capsule’s price, it’s likely that it will be among the game’s highest skin tiers. The fact that earlier VCT-based skin lines were also pricey may have contributed to this perception.
It’s safe to estimate that the LOCK/IN capsule costs at least 5,100VP and probably more like 6265VP.
The LOCK/IN capsule will feature three unique items that fans can use to demonstrate their dedication to the game and the esports community surrounding it. There has been tremendous development in the VCT ecosystem over the past two years. With all of its beloved cosmetics, Riot Games also generously gave back to the community.
The following are the contents of the capsule:
- Misericórdia Knife (Three variants)
- VCT LOCK//IN Player Cards (Three items)
- VCT LOCK//IN Spray
Most of the aforementioned items have variants that players can use to show their regional pride. The Misericórdia knife, which comes in three distinct styles, is the capsule’s most eye-catching component. The default color represents the Valorant Champions Tour, while green represents the Americas, blue for the Pacific, and purple for EMEA.
According to their color variations, the three LOCK/IN cards also stand for three distinct regions as the knife. Finally, there is only one spray of the animated Duelist Agent Raze included in the capsule.
The VCT LOCK//IN for Valorant is scheduled to get underway on February 13, 2023. The official VCT Twitch and YouTube accounts will stream many teams’ tournament journeys at 9:00 am PT / 6:00 pm CET / 10:30 pm IST.
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