The Most Expensive Valorant Skins Ever Released
In this article, we will be showing you the top five most expensive Valorant skin bundles to splash the cash on! You big time money makers may already have a few of these, but if you are interested in flexing with these, be warned – they don’t come cheap!
#5 League of Legends Bundles
First off, we have the League of Legends bundles, which are Ruination and Sentinels of Light:
These are the most expensive skin bundles in the Exclusive Edition tier, being priced at 8700 Valorant Points each.
The Ruination bundle was the first of the two released, focusing around the League of Legends champion, Viego. The champion had an event going on at the time, based around a similar theme. The bundle contained skins for the Ghost, Spectre, Guardian, Phantom and the exclusive melee weapon, The Blade of The Ruined King.
The Blade of The Ruined King is actually an item in League of Legends, but in Valorant, it can be customized with VFX and variants; purchasable with radianite points!
Sentinels of Light
The other collection we mentioned is called the Sentinels of Light collection. This was released the patch after the Ruination Collection. It was also another League of Legends tie in event bundle. The storyline was the same, but later down the line. Instead of the darker green and blue theme of the Ruination bundle, The Sentinels of Light bundle had a royal and light theme.
Weapons in the Sentinels of Light Collection included the Sheriff, Vandal, Operator, Ares and Dagger, the Relic of the Sentinel. The upgraded SFX actually features voicelines of the League of Legends champions involved in the event, these being Graves, Lucian, Senna, Akshan, Pyke and Riven.
#4 PROTOCOL 781-A
Coming up next, we have the Protocol 781-A Collection which costs a ridiculous 9900 Valorant Points. This is one of two Ultra Edition bundles in the game, with Riot employee Preeti ‘Preeti’ Khanolkar stating there are “no plans at the moment for another Ultra bundle. Skins are hard to make, especially Ultras.”
The Protocol 781-A bundle contained skins for some of the most popular weapons in the game, these being the Sheriff, Spectre, Bulldog, Phantom and the Personal Administrative Melee Unit Dagger. The VFX and animations of the Protocol 781-A bundle are some of the best in the game, especially that finisher with robot shooting down the dead body.
Next up, we have the arguably most popular skin bundle in Valorant – Elderflame skins! Costing 9900 Valorant Points, similar to the previous bundle, this skin line is the only other Ultra-tiered skin line in the game.
The full weapons list contained in the Elderflame Collection are Frenzy, Judge, Vandal, Operator and Melee. The skin line is quite old, as it was released in patch 1.03, and some animations are quite outdated.
#2 Champions 2021 Bundle
Moving into our second place bundle, we have the Champions 2021 Bundle! The reason this bundle is so high on this list is that it was 6600 Valorant Points and only actually had two skins in the bundle!
The skins were for the Karambit melee weapon and Vandal. There were also smaller visual contents of the bundle, including gun buddies, sprays, and player cards. The reason this bundle was so expensive is because it was a limited availability bundle! In terms of money’s worth, this bundle is definitely the worst!
#1 Spectrum x ZEDD
The most expensive Valorant bundle ever release is the Spectrum x ZEDD Bundle. The bundle costs a whopping 10,700 Valorant Points, which is just over $100! Released on September 8th, 2021, the bundle contains skins for the Bulldog, Phantom, Classic, Guardian as well as the bundle’s melee weapon, the Waveform.
Riot Games partnered up with DJ Zedd for this bundle, meaning that the skins can play music and change colors! The skin line itself actually is one of the cleanest looking skin lines in the game, with the focus being on sharp and sleek looks. The finishes on the guns are white, and neon blue and pink themed paint jobs for the base skins.
Yeah, these were some of the most pricey skins that Valorant has. Still, even though they are pretty expensive, they are super refined and worth every Valorant Point spent, that's what we think.