The closed beta for Valorant is underway, and players can customize the look of their weapons with a variety of skins. However, there are specific ways that players can get certain skins for their favorite weapon that players can have their Agents use in the first-person shooter. Fortunately, we have everything you need to know to get these cosmetic weapon items covered for you so that you can look awesome while showing off your first-person shooter skills.
How to Get Weapon Skins in Valorant Beta
Now, there are two ways that players can get these particular cosmetic items in Riot Games' new game.
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One of these methods is by going to the in-game store and purchasing the weapon skins that are currently available in the beta. The store resets every day at 5 PM PST/ 7 PM CST/ 8 PM EST, which means that players can check back every day to see if the skin they have been craving is in the store following the cosmetic item reset. The items in the store vary, but you can usually find the Luxe and Reaver bundles, which cost 4,375 Valorants points. These bundles contain weapon skins for a group of guns and also includes a free knife skin. Individuals also can purchase each skin from the package individually for a price of 875 points.
There will also be four individual weapon skins below the bundle that you can purchase and add to your inventory.
The other method that players can obtain weapon skins is by leveling up the contracts of each Agent. Every character has a contract that players can activate. Once this contract is activated, you will gain experience points for it every time you play. A skin inspired by the character is then available for beta players to earn when they reach tier 9 of the contract.
Riot Games will likely add more weapon skins to Valorant in the future, but the two methods above are how you can acquire the currently available cosmetic items in the title's closed beta.