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Valorant Titanmail bundle - Release date, price, and skins

The latest Valorant skin bundle might disappoint some with the lack of effects but it might make some fans happy with its melee weapon.
Valorant Titanmail bundle - Release date, price, and skins

Riot Games has unveiled the newest Valorant skin collection that will be featured in the in-game store for the coming weeks, the Titanmail bundle. 

Replacing the highly coveted RGX 11z 2 Pro collection, which became a fan favorite with its first set of skins launched in 2021, the Titanmail bundle might disappoint players that were looking for a highly stylized set of guns accompanied by equally fashionable effects, like kill banners or color variants.

Regardless, the Titanmail Valorant skin collection represents a sweet deal if you're looking for immediately recognizable guns thanks to its rich design that seems inspired by medieval themes, with the Mace-like melee being a perfect example for it, for a decent price. 

Let's take a look at everything you need to know, including cost, which guns are part of the Titanmail bundle, and more. 

Valorant Titanmail bundle - All skins

There are a total of four guns besides the melee weapon that are part of the Titanmail bundle; these are:

  • Ares
  • Vandal
  • Frenzy
  • Bucky
  • Melee

Take a look at all the skins down below

Titanmail Ares

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Titanmail Ares skin. (Picture: Riot Games)

Titanmail Vandal

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Titanmail Vandal skin. (Picture: Riot Games)

Titanmail Frenzy

Titanmail frenzy skin. (Picture: Riot Games)
Titanmail Frenzy skin. (Picture: Riot Games)

Titanmail Bucky

Titanmail bucky skin. (Picture: Riot Games)
Titanmail Bucky skin. (Picture: Riot Games)

Titanmail Mace Melee

Titanmail Vandal skin. (Picture: Riot Games)
Titanmail Mace melee skin. (Picture: Riot Games)

Valorant Titanmail 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

The Titanmail bundle isn't particularly cheap but it's far from being the most expensive in the game, as it is a Premium-tier set of cosmetics.

With that said, each weapon in the collection will cost you 1275 VP, the Mace melee, which is the only cosmetic in the collection with a special animation, costs 2550 VP.

If you want to buy the entire bundle, which doesn't include extra goodies like buddies, player cards, or sprays, will set you back a total of 5100 VP.

If you're unsure about spending money on this bundle, fret not, as it'll be available for at least three weeks before it leaves the Valorant in-game store. Be careful, however, as once collections leave the featured section, your only shot is to wait for the daily rotator to grace you with that skin you want.

Alternatively, you could get lucky and wait for a discount with the Night Market. In any case, your chances of buying it reduce significantly. 


If you want to keep up to date with Valorant tier lists, skin collections, and more, check out our dedicated section for more coverage of the ultra-popular title.

Featured image courtesy of Riot Games.