Say goodbye to the Titanmail skin bundle, as Riot Games has revealed the newest skin collection that will hit the Valorant in-game store next, Neptune.
As the name suggests, these skins have an aquatic theme, with a see-through aquarium as the main visual attraction. The aquarium can be seen in several places including the magazine. The design also features small anchor logos engraved into the weapons.
Speaking of anchors, the Melee weapon is exactly that, a small hand-sized anchor that players will certainly gravitate towards once they see it in action. Let's take a look at everything you need to know, including cost, which guns are part of the Neptune bundle, and more.
Valorant Neptune bundle - All skins
There are a total of four guns besides the melee weapon that is part of the Neptune bundle, these are:
- Neptune Vandal
- Neptune Shorty
- Neptune Guardian
- Neptune Spectre
Valorant Neptune bundle - Cost
If you're unaware, Valorant skins are divided by tiers depending on several factors; more importantly, whether they come with variants, finishers, kill banners, and other cosmetic upgrades.
The skin tiers are as follows:
- Select Edition
- Deluxe Edition
- Premium Edition
- Ultra Edition
- Exclusive Edition
We have confirmation that the skins will feature variants and kill banners, however, they lack any other special effects including finishers. While we don't have confirmation, an educated guess is that they'll fall under the Premium-tier category.
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Each skin in the bundle costs 1775 Valorant Points, meanwhile, the anchor melee has a cost of 3550VP.
If you want to purchase the entire bundle, which will give you the melee and Neptune gun buddy for free, it'll set you back 7100VP.
Valorant Neptune bundle - Release date
The skin collection will hit the Valorant in-game store on 25th May, replacing the Titanmail bundle permanently. Once it arrives, you'll have three or four weeks to get your hands on the skins you like.
Following that period, the only way for you to get any cosmetic from the Neptune bundle will be to wait for a skin to show up on your daily rotating store items or, if you're lucky, get it in a Night Market offer.
The Vandal looks like it could be a nice addition to anyone's collection, however, we're personally eager to get our hands on the fantastic-looking anchor melee weapon.
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Featured image courtesy of Riot Games.