Awaken the fire within. Unlock VALORANT’s first Ultra Edition Skins: Elderflame. Available in the store July 10. pic.twitter.com/1qrSKAjRTX— VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) July 8, 2020
The skin collection has proved controversial though, with some feeling that the OTT design is taking too far, while others are naturally baulking at the cost, which if bought in its entirety works out around $100.
What can't be argued is that it is certainly eye-catching, and coupled with its price tag it will certainly by a skin that will make an impression when you come across it in a game.
We break down everything about this new collection giving you a look at every skin, plus a look at the Radianite upgraded animations and cosmetics.
The Elderflame weapon collection will be released on Friday, 10th June.
What is in the Dragon Elderflame skin collection?
There five Elderflame weapon models:
- Elderflame Frenzy
- Elderflame Vandal
- Elderflame Operator
- Elderflame Judge
- Elderflame Melee (Free in the Bundle)
Each of the weapon models has four variants, which will likely be unlocked with Radianite Points.
Also included in the bundle are:
- Dragon spray (Free in the Bundle)
- Dragon Eye Gunbuddy
How much does the Elderflame skin collection cost?
It's not cheap... purchasing the skins individually will cost you 2475 Valorant Points (VP) or approx. $25/£25, buying the complete collection will cost you $100, which includes the Melee skin free - saving you $25.
The amount of Radianite Points needed to upgrade the weapons is not yet clear meaning the total cost to buyers could be considerably higher.
What are the upgrades for the Dragon Elderflame collection?
Thanks to fluxoy, a reliable data miner in the Valorant community we can share with you some of the custom animations that will be available to those that fork out for the Elerflame skin pack. These animations are some of the craziest we have seen yet and for some, it will make this collection irresistible.