Top 20 BEST Valorant Skins [2022]

This guide consists of best 20 skins in Valorant along with their price, weapons, and features such as finisher, equipment, and kill animation.

Riot Games released the game Valorant in June 2020. It is a 5v5 shooter game with shooting and movement mechanics similar to CS GO, and there are also weapon skins in Valorant, among which some are the best. However, Valorant has added a lot of new things which change the game completely. The game has the flexibility of changing crosshair settings, so if you play with taps, then you must keep a circle crosshair or a dot crosshair

There are currently twenty agents in Valorant, each with different abilities. The agents are divided into four categories which are duelists, sentinels, controllers, and initiators. Each has a duty to perform in this team game, and if they don’t, the team will fall apart.

The Duelists are self-sufficient agents who do not rely on others’ abilities in 1v1 and are expected to take on the early kills with site entry. The sentinels are mostly useful while defending, and their duty is to slow down the enemy team from rushing on site and provide information.

Sentinels are also helpful in attacking to detect any flank activity. If you are struggling, read the How To Get Better At Valorant guide to rank up easily.

The controllers allow the team to block off enemies’ vision, so they retreat or at least buy you time to push the site. They are helpful in defense, too, as they give less room to attackers for the push. Lastly, the initiators play a vital role in taking a site as their abilities allow them to force enemies out of hiding spots and make them push back. If the initiator is good, then the duelists’ job of entry gets easier.

Best Skins In Valorant

Top 20 Skins in Valorant
Best of the Best Skins in Valorant

Since its inception, Valorant has been releasing the best of skins from time to time. Each season there is a battle pass that contains a few skins and costs only 1,000 VP. These skins are super cheap in Valorant, but they don’t have the animations, additional sounds, or finishers. Moreover, if you do not like your username in Valorant, read the How to Change Valorant Name guide to get it changed quickly.

The bundles that Valorant releases apart from the battle pass usually contain premium features, but they also come at a premium price. However, CS GO has some skins having ridiculous prices of more than $100,00. Compared to CS GO, the Valorant skins are super cheap and way better in terms of everything.

Gamers with a decent knowledge of the gaming community have agreed that Valorant is the best game regarding weapon skins and their pricing. The premium weapons in Valorant have upgradable features, usually up to level 4. Each level costs ten radianite points, which can be collected while completing a battle pass or can be bought.

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The following skin packs are considered the best of the best in the Valorant Gaming Community, and we have explained the reason for that in every single bundle.

1. Reaver

Best 20 Valorant Skins: Reaver Bundle
Reaver Skin Pack

The Reaver skin pack brings an aggressive-looking design to your gameplay. Its finisher affects when you kill an enemy brings a bell noise that makes you feel as cool as your aim. The bundle contains four weapons and one melee. The weapons are Sherriff, Guardian, Vandal, and Operator.

The Reaver skin was first introduced in the initial closed beta release of the Valorant game. The animations and VFX of the Reaver skin bring horror and haunting presence to the game. If you are looking to play with a weapon with having devilish and dark charm to it, you must try the Reaver skin pack.

The bundle comes in four variants for each weapon which have purple, red, black, and white colors. If you like playing aggressive reaver will be a perfect skin for your gameplay. That is because each time you get a kill, the kill sounds get more intense, giving you more hype which increases your sense and hence reaction time as well.

Moreover, the finisher of the Reaver bundle is thrilling and eerie. When you kill the last person of the opponent team, around the enemy’s body, a circle with skulls will spawn. From the dark purple circle, skeletons will come out to pull your enemy in it as if they are going to hell.

The Reaver bundle will cost you 7,100 VP. Within it, all weapon skins cost 1,775 VP if bought individually. However, if you want to buy the melee skin individually, it will cost you 3,550 VP.

2. Prime

Valorant Best 20 Skins: Prime Bundle
Prime Skin Pack

The Prime Bundle is the first skin first launched ever launched in the game. It is one of the best skins in Valorant because of its futuristic look, reload animation and sound. The Prime skins are mostly used by those who usually go for one tap.

The Prime bundle contains four weapons and one melee. The melee of the Prime bundle is significant as it is the first ax melee of the game. Other than the melee, the bundle has Vandal, Spectre, Guardian, and Classic. The Prime Spectre is arguably the best compared to other Spectre skins due to the light feeling it gives while spraying.

The bundle comes in four variants for each weapon with the colors black & yellow, blue & black, orange & blue, purple, and black & white. The animations and VFX of the Prime skin bring a sleek design and futuristic presence to the game. So, if you are looking to play with sleek and good-looking skin, you must try the Prime bundle.

The finisher of these weapons shows a ray of bright light, and behind your enemy comes a dragon that eats them. The complete Prime bundle will cost you 7,100 VP. If you want a single skin separately, it will cost you 1,775 VP, and if you want the melee skin, it will cost you 3,550 VP.

3. Oni

Oni Collection
Oni Skin Pack

If you are from Japan or like the ancient Japanese culture, then this Oni bundle is for you. The weapons are inspired by the 19th-century weapons of Japan. However, with the sound and VFX, the gun looks modern.

There is also a glowing aura around the weapons in layers with a mask covering the center of them. The bundle comes with Guardian, Bucky, Shorty, Phantom, and the Melee. The melee is called Oni Claw which is very different from the default knife and other usual knife skins.

The finisher of the Oni bundle also has a long duration with an amazing view. Once you kill the last enemy, you will see them falling on their knees and tied to chains with the Oni mask on them. From the Oni bundle, the Phantom skin is the most popular, and most of the Valorant players rate the Oni Phantom as the best three skins.

The Oni bundle will cost you 7,100 VP. If you want a single skin separately, it will cost you 1,775 VP, and if you want the Oni Claw, it will cost you 3,550 VP.

4. Sentinels Of Light

Sentinels of Light Collection
Sentinels of Light Skin Pack

The Sentinels of Light bundle has a premium and royal look along with premium VFX. If you have played League of Legends, then this bundle might look familiar to you. It is one of the two League of Legends collections, and therefore it has the aesthetic vibe of LoL.

The equipment animation is outclassing as the muzzle of these weapons is made of crystals, and they expand while revolving around to stick back. In the finisher, you get to see a circle within which are squares and circles, and a creature comes out of it and takes your enemy’s soul back. Till the end of the round, the enemy is kneeling down.

The Sentinels of Light Bundle has a melee and four weapons, which are Operator, Vandal, Sheriff, and Ares. There are four variants of each weapon, and the default variant has light blue crystals with golden, silver, and grey colors. The second variant is purple and off-white, third is green, pink, and off-white. The last one is faded purple with dark grey color.

Moreover, the Sentinels of Light banner also looks premium, in which you can see two sides colliding in a warzone. The overall cost of the Sentinels of Light skin pack in Valorant is 8,700 VP, from which each weapon on its own costs 2,175 VP, and the melee costs 4,350 VP.

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5. Magepunk 2.0

Best 20 Valorant Skins: Magepunk Bundle
Magepunk Skin Pack

The Magepunk bundle is electrical and inspired by the steampunk science fiction genre. The weapons have transparent elements where you can see the electricity running. Whenever you use the Magepunk weapon for reloading, shooting, or killing, you hear an electric buzz which is music to your ears.

The Magepunk bundle consists of a melee and weapons that are Guardian, Sheriff, Operator, and Ares. Apart from Ares, the other weapons are recoil sensitive and are usually used for one-tapping enemies. The reason for them being recoil sensitive is that they are heavy guns.

However, due to Magepunk’s sound and animation, these heavy guns feel as light and deadly as electricity. When you kill the last opponent in a glass dome, they get pulverized by the energy that is powering your gun.

The complete Magepunk bundle costs 7,100 VP. However, an individual weapon will cost you 1,775 VP, and the melee will cost you 3,550 VP.

6. Forsaken

Forsaken Collection
Forsaken Skin Pack

Now comes an angelic bundle that gives pure and holy vibes. The Forsaken bundle is the only bundle that has two different finishers. It came after the Sovereign bundle that did not get enough recognition as they did not have Phantom, Vandal, or Operator skin.

To overcome that, Valorant came up with one of the best skins having one variant with a light and pleasant sound on killing. The reloading and equipping sound is premium, and it is just like the Sovereign bundle; the variant has the same white and golden look with blue crystals. When you kill the last opponent, a giant sword falls onto your enemy.

The other variant is dark green which gives devilish vibes, surrounded by crows. The sound are animations are a bit heavier than the previous variant, but other things remain the same. This variant’s finisher makes the opponent fall to knees, giving them dark green wings and then taken away by the crows.

The Forsaken bundle has a melee that looks like a dagger and weapons, which are Classic, Spectre, Vandal, and Operator. The complete bundle of Forsaken costs 7,100 VP, and the melee costs 3,550 VP. If you want a single weapon from the bundle, it will cost you 1,775 VP.

7. Ion Bundle

Best 20 Valorant Skins: Ion Bundle
Ion Skin Pack

The Ion bundle is the most simplistic yet futuristic and one of the most demanded bundles. There is only one variant in Ion skins, it has a white color, and it has an energy core in the middle of it that radiates blue-colored energy.

Behind the design is the Valorant’s art leader Sean Marino who wanted to make the Ion skin look like a science fiction scenario mixed with a hopeful utopia. The Ion bundle contains Sheriff, Bucky, Phantom, and an Operator, along with Ion Blade as a melee. Many Valorant players consider the Ion Operator skin to be the best of its kind, and it is hard to disagree.

The skin pack of Ion costs 7,100 VP; however, compared to its premium look, it is considered one of the cheapest skins in Valorant. If you want a single weapon from the bundle, it will cost you 1,775 VP, and the melee will cost 3,550 VP.

8. Spectrum

Spectrum - Zed Collection
Spectrum Skin Pack

The Spectrum bundle is a result of Valorant’s collaboration with DJ Zedd; therefore, the skin pack is also called Zedd Bundle. The weapons are simplistic with different color lights on them. The weapons come in four variants which are white, black, red, and purple.

The Spectrum skin bundle is all about music; when you kill enemies, you hear a piece of brief music. Even in the finisher, the whole map turns into a disco, and once you inspect the gun during the finisher, there is an additional version to it too. The bundle contains a melee and weapons, which are Classic, Bulldog, Guardian, and Phantom.

One habit that most players have while carrying the Spectrum weapon is to press inspect so they can keep on listening to the music and calm down for a few seconds. The Zedd skin bundle in Valorant is the most expensive skin pack, which costs 10,700 VP. A weapon costs 2,675 individually, and the melee costs 5,350 VP.

9. Nebula

Nebula Collection
Nebula Skin Pack

The Neptune bundle is the simplistic yet amazing skin pack in Valorant. Sometimes the game becomes too overwhelming, and you prefer not to use weapons that have heavy animations. Well, the Neptune skin pack has no animation at all, and there is only one variant of it.

You get a melee skin in it, and weapons contain Sheriff, Guardian, Phantom, and Ares. In the bundle, you will find the cosmos trapped in your gun with classic and quirky colors. The bundle costs 7,100 VP as a whole, the melee is 3,550 VP, and a single weapon is 1,775 VP.

10. Elderflame

Best 20 Valorant Skins: Elderflame Bundle
Elderflame Skin Pack

The Elderflame bundle came in the early stages of Valorant, and it is quite possibly the most distinct skin bundle of the game. Instead of a better-looking gun, you get a dragon. The flamey weapon bundle has different animations. Rather than putting a magazine in a gun, you simply feed the dragon the bullets.

The Elderflame skin pack comes with Frenzy, Judge, Vandal, Operator, and a melee. There are a total of four variants red, dark blue, brown, and light blue colors. When you kill the last opponent, a dragon spawns above your enemy and burns them into small dust particles.

The premium Elderflame skin pack in Valorant costs 9,900 VP, but it is worth it. The melee of the bundle on its own will cost you 4,950 VP, and each weapon will cost you 2,475 VP.

11. Singularity

Best 20 Valorant Skins: Singularity Bundle
Singularity Skin Collection

The Singularity skin pack is about the constellations, space-time, and black holes. If you like any of those, then you will enjoy using the singularity bundle. The equipment and reloading animations are breathtaking as the weapon comes out in chunks of small rocks but is held together through the energy within the weapon’s core.

The Singularity bundle in Valorant comes with a melee and four weapons. The weapons are Sheriff, Spectre, Phantom, and Ares. There are four variants for each weapon which come in blue, black, red, and sea green color.

Moreover, the finisher is pretty neat, and a wormhole appears behind your enemy, which sucks him in itself, surrounded by spacetime and constellations. The skin pack of Singularity will cost you 8,700 VP, which is somewhere in the middle of the Ultra and the Premium tier. The weapons on their own cost 2,175 VP, while the melee costs 4,350 VP.

12. Glitchpop 2.0

Glitchpop 2.0 Collection
Glitchpop 2.0 Skin Pack

The Glitchpop 2.0 skin pack is super famous among Valorant players. The reason is that most bundles either offer a Phantom skin or a Vandal Skin. However, the Glitchpop 2.0 bundle offers them both along with a melee, classic, and Operator.

The skins are bright and rich in colors with heavy animation and sounds. There are a number of moving parts in the gun that make it even cooler. The finisher of the Glitchpop 2.0 skin pack leaves some emojis and some typing in a fancy way.

The previous version of the bundle had a melee with Frenzy, Judge, Bulldog, and Odin. However, both the bundles have the same price of 8,700 VP. Melee on its own costs 4,350 VP, and a single weapon costs 2,175 VP.

13. BlastX

Best 20 Skins in Valorant: BlastX
BlastX Skin Pack

Valorant is a highly competitive game, and people tend to play it with aggression. It might feel weird at first, but the BlastX skin pack is full of nerf guns. If you shoot on walls that are not penetrable through the BlastX bundle, you will see the foam darts stuck on the wall. Even the whole body of the weapon in this bundle looks like it is built from plastic.

The kill sound, animation, and equipment sound like something coming out of a toy. The bundle consists of a toy knife as a melee, and weapons are Frenzy, Spectre, Phantom, and Odin. When you kill the last opponent from a BlastX weapon, the enemy gets wrapped in a gift box and flies away.

The price of the unique BlastX bundle is between the Ultra and the Premium tier weapons. The whole bundle will cost you 8,700 VP, while the melee will cost you 3,350 VP. If you want only one weapon from the bundle, then it will cost you 2,175 VP.

14. Ruination

Ruination Collection
Ruination Skin Pack

After the Sentinels of Light bundle, the Ruination is the second League of Legends-themed skin pack. The Ruination bundle looks totally opposite to the Sovereign bundle, which gives an angelic look. Here, you get to see a devilish look, and behind each of the weapons, there is a face that resembles a monster.

The edgy bundle has an eerie sound, but it is a bit little lighter than the Reaver skin pack. An extraordinary thing about the Ruination bundle is its melee which is a long knife. Although some Valorant players say that it gets difficult to camp a corner with a huge knife; however, it does not bring much attention.

Apart from the long sword melee, the bundle offers Ghost, Spectre, Guardian, and Phantom. There are four variants in the Ruination bundle, and the first is purple and dark gray, second is a fiery orange with dark grey. The third is glowing green with dark grey, and the last one is light blue with dark grey.

The finisher makes the last enemy levitate in the air with a crown of thorns on their head. There’s a bright light spiraling upwards towards what seems like a dark black cyclone. The complete Ruination bundle costs 8,700 VP. The melee alone will cost you 4,350 VP, while a single weapon will cost you 2,175 VP. 

15. Recon

Best 20 Valorant Skins: Recon Bundle
Recon Skin Pack

Prior to Valorant’s launch, many players used to play CS GO, and so Valorant brought the Recon skin pack that would suit them. They look like modern military weapons with a simple look. The guns have a camo pattern over them in all variants. The variants are brown and black, red camo, blue camo, and green and brown camo.

Whenever you buy a gun, there is a different attachment to the gun, and in each kill, there is an electrical music sound. The main thing about the Recon bundle is its butterfly knife. It was the first ever butterfly knife in Valorant, and everyone wanted to buy one. Those who have it keep on inspecting the butterfly knife to see the cool and skillful hand play that the player does.

Apart from the butterfly knife, the Recon skin pack contains Ghost, Spectre, Guardian, and Phantom. The bundle price is not that high and will cost you 7,100 VP as a whole. The butterfly knife will cost you 3,550 VP, and every weapon will cost you 1,775 VP.

16. Valorant Go

Valorant Go! Collection
Valorant Go! Skin Pack

The Valorant Go skin pack is an anime-inspired skin line. There are two different versions of the Valorant Go! Skin, it’s up to you to decide which one you prefer. The texture work is done really well, and it’s not an easy choice because they both look amazing, especially if you are a comic, anime, or superhero fan.

You get to see cute images of some of the Valorant agents in the weapons. The Valorant Go skin pack comes with four weapons which are Ghost, Spectre, Guardian, and Phantom. You get to see Reyna, Killjoy, Sage, and Cypher on these skins. The bundle has no special equipping, reloading, or killing effect.

In melee weapon, you get to see a knife that looks like one of Jett’s ultimate blades, and on it, there is an image of Jett. Valorant Go bundle will cost you 8,855 VP, a single weapon will cost you 1,775 VP, and the melee will cost you 3,550 VP.

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17. RGX 11Z Pro 2.0

Best 20 Valorant Skins: RGX 11Z Pro 2.0 Bundle
RGX 11Z Pro 2.0 Skin Pack

The RGX 11Z Pro 2.0 bundle is a part of the latest collection of skins that was recently released. Valorant players recommend this skin pack because of its futuristic-looking design, and when you play, you feel as amazing as it looks.

RGX 11Z Pro 2.0 Bundle comes with four weapons and one melee. The weapons are Classic, Phantom, Operator, and Spectre. There are four variants for each weapon which are Light green & Black, Red, White & Black, Light Black, blue & Black, and Grey, Yellow & Black.

When you use RGX 11Z Pro 2.0 skin in the game with any variant, there are light layers on the skin, and it glows in different colors while playing. If you inspect the gun, it changes the color of the light like white, orange, blue, purple, red, and yellow.

The RGX 11Z Pro 2.0 Bundle will cost you 8,700 VP. Each weapon skin will cost you 2,175 VP, and the melee will cost you 4,350 VP.

18. Gravitational Uranium Neuroblaster

Gravitational Uranium Neuroblaster Collection
Gravitational Uranium Neuroblaster Skin Pack

The Gravitational Uranium Neuroblaster skin pack has effects on point. When you use Gravitational Uranium Neuroblaster Classic skin, you feel like using a RAY Gun that even shoots rays instead of bullets. It has a powerful firing sound, a really good equipment animation, and an amazing kill sound.

However, it comes in only three variants. They are Green & Black, Black & Yellow, and Red & Blue. The Gravitational Uranium Neuroblaster bundle is for those who do not prefer extra animation and finishers.

The Gravitational Uranium Neuroblaster skin pack comes with four weapons which are Classic, Bucky, Spectre, and Operator, along with a melee. The skin pack will cost you 7,100 VP. Its melee will cost you 3,550 VP, and a single weapon skin will cost you 1,775 VP.

19. Sakura

Best 20 Valorant Skins: Sakura Bundle
Sakura Skin Collection

The Sakura skin pack is one of the oldest bundles in the game. Sakura bundle skins are designed as Japanese artwork. The bundle does not come with any fancy and flashy animations and VFX that you see in other premium bundles.

Rather, it’s a classic skin with beautiful artwork. The Sakura skin pack is a good-looking budget skin. Sakura is a Japanese word that means ‘Cherry Blossom’. So, if you are a fan of Japanese-themed skins, you’ll definitely love the Sakura Bundle.

The skin pack contains beautiful leaves in the pink color of a tree, the mountains with snow, and the last light of the setting sun. The Sakura Bundle is known for its beauty and tranquility. The bundle has no special equipment, reloading, or finishing animation, and it has no variants. Its rarity is what makes it a Deluxe Edition.

The Sakura skin pack comes with five-gun skins, which are Classic, Sheriff, Stinger, Vandal, and Ares. The Bundle will cost you only 4,270 VP, making it the cheapest premium bundle in Valorant, and each weapon costs 1,275 VP.

20. Infantry

Infantry Skin Pack
Infantry Skin Pack

The Infantry Bundle is a simple and good-looking collection. It’s subtle, deadly, and perfect for lovers of vintage weapons or just previous warfare. Considering the price of the Infantry skin pack, it turns out to be of major value.

It is worth mentioning the special sound effect that Infantry Guardian plays when it runs out of bullets. It’s a simple and satisfying ‘ding.’ The Infantry Bundle is designed in an ancient way which makes the weapons look like they were recovered from World War 1.

The Infantry skin pack comes with five different weapons. They are Ghost, Guardian, Spectre, Operator, and Ares. These weapons do not have any finisher, equipping, or kill animation. The Infantry Bundle will cost you only 2,930 VP, and each weapon will cost you 875 VP.

Conclusion

All in all, these are the best 20 skins you can get in Valorant. Luckily, the Night Market is currently live in the game, and we hope you got the skins you were looking for. If you haven’t checked the Night Market, then do it before it ends.

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