The Best Odin Skins in Valorant
Now, the Odin is not the best weapon in Valorant. It’s not trash – but it’s situational. Hell, some of you might even be using it just to troll. But whatever reason you have for pulling out an Odin, you’ve got no excuse not to be rocking a good skin, right? So, here are some of our favorite skins for this particular weapon:
Let's start with something candy-coated – the Glitchpop Odin.
The stickers will be a big turnoff for some of you, but there are probably quite a few who quite like the playful neon vibe. It’s the kind of weapon skin that wouldn’t look out of place in a Saints Row game, and that’s not to throw shade, I love those games.
Prime 2.0 Odin
Let's move to something less controversial – the Prime 2.0 Odin!
If you've read my previous articles, you’ll know just how much I love the Prime skins – the purple, white, and gold is timeless and majestic, and the overall design is simplistic and dignified. The only complaint I can imagine you having is that it just isn’t metal enough for a weapon like the Odin.
This is the skin that pays some respect to the Odin’s namesake, and we’ve got to admit, it’s one of the more original skins in the game.
The Smite skin was added to the game on September, 15th, 2020, and it’s still super cheap at only 875 VPs in the Valorant Store. You really won’t find skins for less than that, so if your VP wallet is looking a little slim, then this could be the perfect option.
If you’re looking to splash the cash, though, then consider the BlastX for 2175 VPs.
This weapon is perfect for trolls because it turns the gun into a nerf-gun-like monstrosity, and if that’s not a flex, then I don’t know what is. Most of you will be thinking, how did this make the top 5? But as we said, the trolls among you will instantly see the appeal of nonsense like this.
We’ll end on something likely to have more widespread popularity – the Aerosol Odin from Formation: Act 1 Battle Pass.
You can’t buy this skin anymore, but if you made it to Tier 40 of that Battle Pass, you might just have not noticed it’s already in your collection. This is basically the Glitchpop skin for people that want a little more edge. It still goes for a modern graffiti look, but it just looks a lot more hardcore and a lot less playful.
And that, ladies and gents, will bring us to the end of our rundown of the best Odin skins available in Valorant. I hope you've found something for yourself and, well, happy trolling!