Valorant free skins: New Year's pack featuring returning skins

The Run It Back package, as you may recall from last year, includes weapon skins from several bundles published the previous year.

Valorant free skins: New Year's pack featuring returning skins

Valorant recently completed its first full year in existence, and what a year it has been. Four new agents were added to the game, as well as a big crossover with Arcane: League of Legends, a launch on the Epic Games Store, and the announcement of a mobile port. Valorant free skins: New Year’s pack featuring returning skins

It also added a slew of new skins that gamers may have missed the first time around in 2021. Valorant is re-releasing these skins in a new Run It Back package to both celebrate the year and give gamers a chance to get some of the year’s most popular skins that they may have missed.

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The Run It Back package, as you may recall from last year, includes weapon skins from several bundles published the previous year. It’s the same scenario this year, but Valorant now has a far larger selection of skins to choose from in its first full year. According to Valorant’s Twitter, these skins were “hand-picked” favourites, though some fans are questioning Riot’s choices.

Valorant free skins: New Year’s pack featuring returning skins

Origin Operator, Forsaken Vandal, Prime 2.0 Odin, Tethered Realms Ghost, and Recon Spectre are among the skins in concern. You can get the bundle for 5,945 VP, which is a 30% reduction over buying each skin separately (although you can still do that if you only want one or two skins from the bundle).

The Run It Back bundle will only be available for a few more days, so get it while you can. Otherwise, you’ll have to wait for your desired skin to reappear as a daily bargain.

You can link your Amazon account to Valorant to receive a free Bruno Coin Spray if you have one. It appears to be a spoof on Dogecoin, a cryptocurrency that began as a joke but has since devolved into something far less amusing. But now, because it’s a goofy coin with a corgi on it, it’s funny again.

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