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Valorant is finally available to everyone and lots of players are eager to jump into a game and try it out. As players earn Valorant Points (VP) and Radianite Points (RP), they can use them to unlock all kinds of different in-game skins and rewards. However, what happens if you purchase a skin and then decide you want a refund? Here’s how the Valorant refund process works.
How to Refund a Skin in Valorant
Unlike other games, Valorant does allow players to refund skins and other purchases. However, there are some criteria that must be met to qualify for a refund. It appears that most items purchased with VP or RP are available for refund up to 7 days after purchasing it. Additionally, the items are only eligible for a refund if they are “unused content,” which we assume means you haven’t used it in a game.
If you want to see if your purchase is eligible for a refund in Valorant, you can log in to your account on the official website and view your purchase history. From there, you’ll be able to see which items are available for a refund and which aren’t. Further, if it doesn’t look like your item is eligible for a refund, you can also submit a ticket for review.
It’s also worth noting that skins and other items purchased with VP will be refunded in VP and items purchased with RP will be refunded in RP. Additionally, items not purchased with VP or RP are available for a cash refund up to 90 days after the transaction, but you’ll have to submit a ticket on the official website for this.
Hopefully, this article has helped shed some light on how to refund skins and other items in Valorant. Sometimes refund policies can be a bit tricky, but it looks like the Valorant refunds are pretty straightforward.
Now that the beta has ended and the full game has launched, there will likely be a lot of new skins and other purchasable items released over the coming weeks and months. Unfortunately, pretty much everything earned in the beta was lost during the transfer, except for Player Pass rewards, but players were given a +20% bonus on all Valorant Points.
If you’re thinking about downloading Valorant, be sure to check out the install size to ensure you have enough free space. Further, you’ll also want to check out recommended PC specs to ensure that your rig can handle the game. At this time, Valorant is only available on PC.
Have you been enjoying Valorant so far? If so, be sure to check out some of our guides to help you out now that the game is available to everyone.
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