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Valorant: Exclusive Zedd Skins

Riot has released the next set of weapon skins for Valorant, but this time the developer had some help. Riot teamed with EDM singer Zedd to create a series of musically influenced weapon variants for this batch.

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Spectrum will be the name of the skin range, and Riot unveiled the first look at each of the firearms on Tuesday. Skins for the Phantom, Guardian, Bulldog, and Classic weapons, as well as the knife melee weapon, are included in the bundle. Each skin features three color variations (purple, red, and black) as well as a few improvements that may be unlocked using Radianite Points.

The basic skin is a sleek white with brilliant LEDs on the side that change colors as you walk, similar to club lighting. Spectrum skins also have unique kill animations, a range of unique firing noises, and a round-finisher upgrade that transforms the map into a massive dance party.

Riot has cooperated with Zedd before, and this isn’t the first time they’ve done so. The artist composed the theme music for the 2016 League of Legends World Championship, which is still a fan favorite among League fans today. While Riot has already created a number of fascinating skins for Valorant, Spectrum appears to contain some of the most intricate cosmetics the company has ever created. They’re the most detailed skins since last year’s Elderflame skins.

On Wednesday, the Spectrum skin range will be available in the Valorant in-game store. The bundle will set you back 10,700 Valorant Points and feature all of the skins, two gun friends, a player card, and a spray. To put things in perspective, 11,000 Valorous Points costs $99.99.

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Written by Marcus Richards

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