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There are two ways in which cosmetics may be earned in Valorant; by buying them from the in-game store, or by earning them through Valorant's battle pass. Valorant weapon skins will be bought on the Valorant store, and are rotated every 24 hours, so if you see a skin you like, you better grab it fast! So what about the battle pass? Valorant's battle pass will be used to level up and upgrade skins by earning something called Radianite Points, which can be spent on leveling up skins. Leveling up weapon skins grants rewards such as new sights, weapon animations, as well as other cosmetic features.
Thankfully, there are no lootboxes featured in the game, much to the happiness of players.
As we mentioned, skins are bought on the Valorant store using Valorant Points, which may have left you wondering how microtransactions work in Valorant. To buy items on the Valorant game store, players are first required to purchase Valorant currency, known as Valorant Points, using real money. If you've played Riot Games' hit MOBA League of Legends, you'll be pretty familiar with this concept. Valorant Points (VP) can be bought in the following denominations:
These points can then be spent on the Valorant store for a different items such as weapon skins, characters, and other content bundles. With all these options available, you'll be able to choose whether you want to buy a single skin such as the Reaver Sheriff for 1775 Valorant Points, or a skin pack such as the Reaver Collection for 5325 Valorant points, which includes the Reaver skin for four different weapons. It's clear to see that content packs are better value, but that's only if you're actually going to use all of the skins included in the pack.
Valorant Points can also be used to purchase Radianite Points in the Valorant store if you don't fancy grinding for Radianite Points with the battle pass.