The Spectre is still one of the best weapons to buy in VALORANT if you’re strapped for cash during one of the many rounds in a competitive match. Its damage, fire rate, and power are great for its price, and it has 30 rounds in a single magazine.
This weapon also has a whole collection of different skins to spice up gunfights. So if you’re searching for a gun that looks good while you save some credits, the Spectre is one to consider.
Here are the best Spectre skins in the game today.
RGX 11z Pro
As one of the most popular skin lines in the game, the RGX 11z Pro Spectre brings the look and feel of modern gaming PCs right to the frontlines. Its futuristic design is a hit among most players since it replicates the inner machinations of a computer, with a different glow among many of its color variants. The big feature that draws in people is the kill count seen on the back of the weapon. Similar to StatTrak weapons in CS:GO, the gun counts how many eliminations you’ve racked up in a game.
Protocol 781-A is one of the most unique skin lines in the game since it features special voicelines from the gun itself. The weapon will react to specific actions and moments in the game, like when the player gets headshots, multikills, clutches, and more. In different variants, the skin line will have a female voice, and the finisher summons a mech that shoots the victim, then patrols and scans the area.
With its alien-like sound effects and otherworldly design, the Singularity Spectre has some great animations when fully upgraded. Whether it’s the miniature dark hole that appears whenever you fire the weapon, the web-like, vibrating reload animation, or the massive galaxy that pops up when a player gets the final kill of a round, this cosmetic is a sight to behold on the battlefield.
Gravitational Uranium Neuroblaster
As an ode to old alien blasters à la Marvin the Martian from Looney Toons, the Gravitational Uranium Neuroblaster skin line is perfect for the Spectre since the blaster sounds match the silenced gunfire from the original weapon. It might not have many special visual effects, but it does have one of the best sound effects in the game to date.
Simple and clean, the Recon Spectre has stolen the hearts of many traditional first-person shooter fans around the world. Reminiscent of a classic submachine gun from games like Call of Duty or Battlefield, you can’t go wrong with looking like a special ops member of the VALORANT Protocol. Players can also upgrade the skin so that on each new purchase, new attachments can be found added to the gun, like laser sights, flashlights, a rail cover, and various grips.