All most recently-released VALORANT skins

Keep track of the most recently-released VALORANT skins.

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Like many other modern video games, VALORANT has many skins and other cosmetic items for players to enjoy.

Riot is constantly releasing new weapon skin bundles for VALORANT, though, so it can be tough to keep up with the newest bundles coming and the fact that VALORANT allows players to completely customize their weapon loadouts by choosing skins for each of the 17 guns.

Here is a list of the five most recently-added weapon skin bundles in VALORANT.

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Prelude to Chaos – June 22

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The Prelude to Chaos collection takes a different approach to weapon skins from what VALORANT has seen recently. With a futuristic core that powers each of the weapons the bundle is reminiscent of the Ion collection. But its dark exterior and colorful interior match the ‘chaos’ theme well and gives players a flashy new set of weapon skins to enjoy with the new Episode. It is yet another Exclusive bundle and will set players back 8,700 VALORANT Points.

  • Vandal
  • Shorty
  • Operator
  • Stinger
  • Melee

Xenohunter – June 7

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The Xenohunter skins were released with Patch 4.11 and featured a new mechanic for weapon skins by offering a heartbeat sensor that would detect enemies. This feature caused controversy within the VALORANT community for the sensor being added and taking up more of the screen than usual. With a default-looking color scheme, this Premium quality bundle costs players 1,775 VALORANT Points per weapon, with the melee costing 3,550 VP. 

  • Frenzy
  • Bucky
  • Phantom
  • Odin
  • Knife

Neptune – May 24

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Yet another Premium quality bundle, the Neptune skins were the perfect bundle to release alongside various teasers for the upcoming underwater map. The skins house a mini aquarium within the base of the weapon and were also the first bundle to give the player a pickaxe as the melee.  In addition to the fish swimming inside the weapon, the guns also come in black and white color schemes. 

  • Shorty
  • Spectre
  • Guardian
  • Vandal
  • Pickaxe

Titanmail – May 10

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The Titanmail skins were a step in a different direction for VALORANT skins with their thorny outside and metal and lime color scheme. It also featured a Tritan-like melee with three large spikes at the tip. Unlike the Neptune and Xenohunter bundles, the Titanmail skins were a Deluxe quality bundle that cost 1,275 VP per weapon and had a 2,550 melee price. 

  • Frenzy
  • Bucky
  • Vandal
  • Ares
  • Melee

RGX 11z Pro V2 – April 27

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The RGX weapon skins quickly became some of the most sought after in VALORANT and the second version of the RGX 11z was no exception. With the same blue, red, yellow, and green color scheme as the previous bundle, this Exclusive quality bundle was a must-buy when it was in the shop. But with each weapon skin costing 2,175 VP and the melee at 4,350 VP, this bundle is the most expensive on this list. 

  • Classic
  • Spectre
  • Phantom
  • Operator
  • Butterfly Knife