League of Legends
Call of Duty
Valorant will be releasing a Run-it-Back weapon skin bundle at the start of Episode two on January 12. This bundle will feature some popular skins that had come from previous iterations of the shop. Some of the skins include the Oni Phantom, Prime Spectre, Spline Operator, and Sovereign Ghost. If you missed out on any of these guns when they were first released, now is your chance to buy them.
Each skin will cost 1775 Valorant Points (VP), which translates to roughly $20 in the US. However, you can get a 33% discount by buying the bundle for 5,946 VP. If you already own one or two of the guns in the bundle already, those totals will be subtracted from the base price. This is the same process Valorant has used for all bundle purchases previously.
Unlike previous weapon skin bundles, Valorant will not be releasing a calling card or gun-buddy with the Run-it-Back bundle. There were no extras revealed in the leaked image which makes sense considering each bundle has its own extras. The developers wanted to make buying the bundles an experience, which is why they gave extras to those who purchased them the first time.
Valorant continues to make fans happy
Valorant has been known to care about their players since the Beta was released back in April of last year. The developers continuously pump out Q&As as well as update videos before or around each patch. Another way Valorant is giving back to the people is by recognizing the players’ love for weapon skins.
The Night Market is live. What'd you get? pic.twitter.com/56saE7DVN5
— VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) December 11, 2020
During the holidays, Valorant released the Night Market which featured discounted skins that you didn’t already own. This allowed players to purchase skins that they might have been waiting for months to receive. Another way Valorant is giving back to their fans is by allowing previous skins from bundles to be recirculated back into the shop over time. Weren’t around for the Prime skins? More than likely they will all show up in your shop eventually to purchase.
For more Valorant coverage, stay tuned to Daily Esports.
Danny Appleford is an esports journalist for Upcomer that started writing for Daily Esports in 2020. He now specializes in articles surrounding League of Legends, Call of Duty, VALORANT and Halo.