Featuring a slick, almost default-looking design with enough bells and whistles to differentiate them, including the recognisable heartbeat sensor popularised by the Alien films, Xenohunter is poised to become a popular collection with movie fans that understand Riot's pop culture references.
Let's not keep you waiting and tell you everything you need to know about the Xenohunter Valorant skin collection, including release date, costs, which guns are part of the bundle, and more.
Valorant Xenohunter bundle - All skins
There are a total of four guns plus a melee cosmetic. included in the Xenohunter Valorant collection. Take a look at each and every one of them down below.
The guns feature a cosmetic improvement, as players can add the heartbeat sensor to each one. The sensor is partially functional, letting you see the map, however, to avoid feeling like an advantage, the sensor will start to experience some kind of interference when you're inside smokes or near a site.
Valorant Xenohunter 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 Xenohunter skin collection is part of the Premium-tier of cosmetics. Each weapon will cost 1775 Valorant Points (VP). The melee will have a cost of 3550 VP.
Valorant Xenohunter bundle - Release date
The skin collection will hit the Valorant in-game store on8th June, replacing the current bundle permanently. Once it arrives, you'll have three or four weeks to get your hands on the skins you like.
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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 skins might be a bit pricey for someone who isn't a fan of the Alien franchise, as they are not as interesting to look at outside the heartbeat sensor ornament. Still, the Bucky integrates the small radar better than any other design in the bundle, so that's definitely one worth taking a look at.
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