The tactical character-based first-person shooter known as Valorant is now officially available around the world of players to download and experience the full version of the game. Plenty of changes and additions have been made to Valorant from its closed beta version. One of the most eye-catching additions for the full version of the game is the addition of the prime skins, which are no doubt the coolest looking cosmetic items that Riot Games has created for the game so far. Fortunately, we have everything you need to know to get the Prime Skins covered for you. 

Prime Skins Valorant

Players will find that the prime skins are part of a bundle which can be purchased from the in-game store. This particular bundle will cost players a total of 7,100 Radiante Points, which is the in-game currency for the first-person shooter. Those who get the bundle will get all of the prime skins, which include a skin for the Vandal assault rifle, Spectre submachine gun, Classic pistol, ax melee weapon, and Guardian rifle. 

 Prime Skins Valorant

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Those who would not like to buy the entire bundle at once can choose to instead purchase each of the prime skins individually for a reduced price if they only want one of them for their cosmetic item collection. These prime skins contain an array of awesome animations that will no doubt put a smile on your face when you use them in a match. You can check out some of these animations for the new cosmetic items below:

There is no doubt that plenty of players will be using these cosmetic items to score some highlights going forward in what is just the beginning of what is shaping up to be one of the biggest video games in the world. 

Do you want to learn more Valorant besides how to get the new Prime Skins? If so, be sure to check out our dedicated hub for the high-profile game or three of our most recent pieces of coverage below:

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