The next bundle of skins to arrive in Valorant’s store is the Glitchpop pack, which brings neon anime-inspirations to the weapons you wield.
Update February 2021: As of February 2021, two Glitchpop Skin packs are in Valorant. The first arrived in August 2020 and featured Glitchpop versions of The Frenzy, Judge, Bulldog, Odin and knight. The second bundle of Glitchpop skins include the Phantom, Vandal, Operator, Classic, and Axe.
Glitchpop skins, visuals, and pricing
The new skin pack arrives today, August 4, as part of Valorant’s Season 2 launch. You might need to mute the voice over in order to watch it, but the official reveal – an advert mocked up as a fake advert – shows several of the skin close up and even gives us a little glimpse of them in action. We’ve captured images of each below for easier, less ear-destroying viewing as well
The Valorant Glitchpop 1.0 skins (August 2020)
As with other bundles, the Glitchpop skins can be upgraded via Radianite Points through seven different levels, adding special inspection, reload and kill animations. Naturally, you’ll need to spend more to get said Radianite points.
The Valorant Glitchpop 2 skins (February 2021)
The second wave of Glitchpop skins includes far more popular choices of weaponry, with the Phantom and Vandal appearing in the same bundle. It's priced the same as the first pack, so you're getting excellent value for money. At the time of writing the Glitchpop 2 skins have yet to arrive in the in-game store, though we do already know the pricing. Here's what each skin looks like:
Valorant Glitchpop skin prices
Here’s how much the Valorant Glitchpop skin bundle will set you back, as well as the price of each individual skin in the pack:
- Glitchpop 1.0 bundle : 8,700 VP
- Glitchpop 2.0 bundle : 8,700 VP
- Glitchpop Individual skins: 2,175 VP
- Glitchpop Knife (Melee): 4,350 VP
- Glitchpop Axe (Melee): 4,350 VP
If you purchase the whole bundle, you’ll also get access to a Glitchpop card, gun buddy, and spray. The overall pricing is similar to previous bundles, despite complaints over the exorbitantly high cost (1,000 VP is roughly $10, meaning the bundle costs around $87). Riot doesn’t seem likely to change their model any time soon, no matter how many players are put off by it.
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And there you have it, the new Glitchpop skins and their prices in Valorant. Has the advert disguised as a fake advert work? Will you be picking them up? Share your thoughts in the comments below. For more Valorant content, click here to visit our game hub page.