Valorant has a massive collection of skins for every weapon, and this article will handpick the best ones for you
The famous esports phenomenon Valorant has a showcase of skins that are just as fun and flashy as the game itself. If you find yourself wondering which skin to pick out of the innumerable options, then this article will provide some guidance. We will be looking at the best gun skin for every weapon in Valorant, so let’s get right into it, shall we?
Prime Classic: This pristine looking skin shouldn’t be a surprise for most players. Costing 1,775 VP, this is a skin that has left its mark ever since its debut on March 2nd 2021. And the fact that you shoot lasers out of it is just the icing on the cake.
Araxys Shorty: The Araxys skin gives the shorty a cyberpunk aesthetic that most players will appreciate. The altered sound effect of its bullets sound just as futuristic, not to mention the fact that it looks like something out of Doom Eternal. Coming in at a price of 2,175 VP, the Araxys Shorty is worth every penny.
Glitchpop Frenzy: This neon futuristic rework of the beloved Frenzy feels just as good to use as it looks. The confident splash of colors on the gun give it an entirely new personality that makes it a must-buy for avid Valorant players. Costs 2,175 VP.
Eclipse Ghost: The astrologically enticing Eclipse Ghost is a beautiful design and you can get it for absolutely free. All that is required is for you to finish Astra’s contract entirely as this is the last reward that is given at Tier 10. The subtle touches of yellow perfectly complement the purple and black that is dominant throughout the pistol, in a way that is not too distracting.
Ion Sheriff: An extremely popular skin among veteran Valorant players, the Ion Sheriff offers an extremely clean look to the revolver. The glowing blue lights along the iron sights of the weapon adds a lot of personality to the gun, making every coin worth with its pricing of 1,775 VP.
Sovereign Stinger: We have officially left the sidearms category and coming in with our first SMG weapon, we have the Sovereign Stinger skin. Costing 1,775 VP, this skin looks like it fell from heaven, possibly reminding you that that’s where the last enemy is.
Magepunk Spectre: One of the most popular weapons in the game, the Magepunk Spectre comes in with a price of 1,775 VP. It re-imagines the SMG in a steampunk environment and does a pretty damn good job at it.
Oni Bucky: This hard-hitting shotgun gets just as deadly a look with the Oni Bucky, costing 1,775 VP. The regal Japanese embellishments go really well with the shotgun and the menacing countenance of the Oni-mask tops everything off perfectly.
Chronovoid Judge: For the next shotgun in our list, we have the Chronovoid Judge, costing 2,175 VP. With an aesthetic of a gun that looks like it’s from another planet, the Chronovoid Judge gives off a royal aura that is unmatched by any other skin.
Endeavour Bulldog: An astronaut-based redesign of the Bulldog, costing only 875 VP. The low price definitely makes this a bang for your buck, especially considering how detailed the texturing and embellishments of the skin are.
Infantry Guardian: Another skin that costs 875 VP, the Infantry Guardian gives the semi-automatic rifle a look that’ll make you feel like you’re playing Call of Duty or Counter Strike. The relatively cheap price makes this a skin worth picking up.
Oni Phantom: Costing 1,775 VP, the Oni Phantom is worth every penny. Satisfying VFX, confident color schemes and a great finisher animation to top it off, this is possibly one of the most well-known skins in the entire game.
Prelude To Chaos Vandal: Costing 2,175 VP, it was either this one or Prime Vandal. This was chosen because no other gun skin gives the unique feel of the Prelude to Chaos Bundle. With a fiery demeanor, futuristic look and incredible VFX, you can be sure that you’ll rip chaos in your next match with this skin.
Sovereign Marshal: The Sovereign bundle bags another position in this list with the Sovereign Marshal skin, costing 1,775 VP. Arguably one of the best finishers in this game, this pristine looking weapon will grant you eliminations as clean as it looks.
Ego Outlaw: The newest addition in the game, the Outlaw weapon is a 2-bullet sniper rifle that acts as a middle ground between the Operator and Marshal. Understandably, there’s not many skins for this yet except two, and our choice was the Ego Outlaw, costing 1,775 VP.
Reaver Operator: The best weapon in the game has some of the best skins as well. It was very hard to choose, but the Reaver Operator takes the spot on this list, coming in with a price of 1,775 VP. This skin will fill all your heavy-metal, dark fantasy, gothic needs with its wonderfully made ghastly aesthetic.
Sakura Ares: With a cheap price of 1,275 VP, the Sakura Ares will take you to the Japan trip you’ve always been planning, thanks to its beautiful and clean Sakura flower demeanor. The skin might not have any additional VFX or animations, but the pristine white-and-pink color combo in itself is worth picking it up for.
Reaver Odin: Another banger from the Reaver bundle, the Reaver Odin takes a spot in this list, with a price of 1,775 VP. Never disappointing with the bundle’s gothic look, the Odin is a perfect match for the aesthetic.
RGX 11Z Pro Firefly: The priciest weapon skin in the whole list, the RGX 11Z Pro Firefly costs 4,350 VP. However, every coin will be worth it, because the animations of this melee weapon are so expertly crafted that you’ll be obsessed with the inspect button for the entirety of your matches.
And that concludes our list for the best skin for every weapon in Valorant, as of January 2024. Of course, this list is entirely subjective, and everyone will have a completely different skin as their favorite choice. We hope this list will help you decide which skin you want to put your money into next!