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Valorant uncovers his new Recon weapon skins

Riot Games, creators of League of Legends and Teamfight Tactics, have released the new skins for Valorant, which will arrive this same August 24th to the video game store. As usual, these weapon skins are not an advantage for the player who carries them, as they are cosmetic items. Recon is a line of products with more realistic military-style designs that work for these weapons:

  • Phantom
  • Balisong (melee fan knife)
  • Ghost
  • Spectre
  • Guardian

The bundle will cost 7,100 PV (in-game currency) and will introduce the following changes:

Weapons

  • Level 1: Custom model and custom reticle when aiming down the sight.
  • Level 2: Random side accessories (they do not change the game experience or give an advantage, they are only cosmetic items).
  • Level 3: Random inferior accessories (they do not change the game experience or give an advantage, they are only cosmetic items).
  • Level 4: Emblem of assassination.
  • Variant 1: Red camouflage.
  • Variant 2: Blue camouflage.
  • Variant 3: Green camouflage.

Balisong (melee fan knife)

  • Level 1: Custom model.
  • Level 2: Animation with custom sounds.
  • Variant 1: Red camouflage.
  • Variant 2: Blue camouflage.
  • Variant 3: Green camouflage.

Sean Marino, artistic director of Valorant, recalled that during the development experimented with accessories in a similar way to what is seen in military simulators and realistic shooters. However, this experience did not continue until the final game. For the developer, this cosmetic pack is their way of “capturing the fantasy of a more traditional modern shooter” and having weapons more similar to what can be seen in combat today.

The study has been inspired by games like PUBG or Rainbow SixBut the creative process, says Marino, has required them to spend a lot of time watching videos of tricks with fan knives, as well as analyzing how they have implemented them in other titles.

Valorant is available at exclusive for PC as a video game free-to-play, that is, free but with microtransactions.

Source | Riot Games (press release)

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