Riot Games have declared the all new ‘Ultra-Edition’ Valorant skin collection, Elderflame, which offers the most significant level of dynamic impacts from a cosmetic aspect of the game to-date.
Valorant Elderflame Skins launched
On July 8, Riot released a first look of the new Elderflame skins trailer for what they’re marking a ‘Ultra-Edition’ skin. The collection will be called Elderflame skin collection and will spin around a Dragon-driven subject.
Per the trailer, the skin is being discharged for a progression of weapons, including the Vandal, Guardian, Frenzy and Operator. The assortment will likewise highlight an elite Elderflame knife, which will be the ideal resource for those Phoenix mains out there.
The Prime and Sovereign collections that has launched before had some animation after an enemy is killed, Elderflame bundle will also feature an exclusive ‘finisher’ after securing a kill.
On July 7, a lot of fans were left binds to translate Riot’s obscure six-second mystery trailer, with some anticipating the appearance of a fresh out of the skin bundle at that stage. Presently, it’s been affirmed and confirmed by Riot Games.
The Elderflame skin collection is different from the rest the collections like Sovereign collection or Prism collection or the upcoming BlastX collection. Each Elderflame collection has different skins that have been made to represent a dragon, which is entirely interactive from a player’s perspective.
Valorant Revenue Lead, Joe Lee explained: “There are others who want a gun skin that has all the bells and whistles: custom reload animations, geometry changes, alternative universes. We have plans to serve all of these needs with specific skin lines, we just need to make sure when we make something, it targets and serves a specific audience really well!”
Riot Games certainly followed their promises to the community to add more skins, collections, agents in upcoming times.