The new ultra-edition skins of the "Elder Flames" package for the multiplayer shooter Valorant are an expensive pleasure. As the E developer studio Riot Games announced, the complete collection costs 9,900 Valorant points. That corresponds to an amount of almost 100 euros.
Skins to embellish or change characters, weapons or other objects were and are very popular with many players. The community of the recently released multiplayer shooter Valorant also seems to be no exception. It is therefore not surprising that the responsible developer studio Riot Games has not only announced some ultra-edition skins with the "Elder Flames" package, but has also presented them in more detail. One thing is quickly clear: it is definitely not a cheap pleasure.
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With the help of the skins mentioned, you can transform the appearance of various weapons into small fire-breathing dragons with the appropriate animations. Here is an overview of those ratchets that, according to current information, will affect:
Selling these skins will begin on July 10th, 2020 in the Valorant in-game shop (buy now). However, the whole thing has a proud price: If you want to get the entire bundle with all skins, the fun will cost you a whopping 9,900 Valorant points. This is equivalent to an amount of around 95 euros. That's a hell of a lot of money for some skins. At Reddit.com, positive and negative reviews at this price have so far been balanced, even if some players complain about the animations of the skins – they sometimes find them (disturbing). What's your opinion about …? Does Riot Games charge too much money for the skin package? Let us know in the comments!
Source: Riot Games
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