Valorant Altitude Bundle Skins, Price & Release Date

If you want to know what the Valorant Altitude bundle skins, price and release date, you’re in the right place. We are going to show you when the new bundle is going to come out, which skins it will include, and what the expected price is. Let’s dive straight in, shall we?

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valorant altitude bundle skins price & release date
Valorant Altitude Bundle Skins, Price & Release Date

Valorant New Altitude Bundle Release Date

The release date of the new Valorant Altitude skins bundle is March 29th, according to the game’s official Twitter account. I, for one, always try to discourage purchasing unnecessary items like cosmetics, but honestly, I can see even myself buying these. The attention to detail is incredible; have you noticed that all the skins have little cockpits with pilots in them? And that the pilots are actually characters from Valorant, like Viper, Phoenix and Sova? That’s impressive stuff right there. And I for one love the aesthetic of early to mid twentieth century aircraft. So, how much does this bundle cost and how much will it cost?

Valorant Altitude Bundle Skins & Expected Price

There are five skins in the Valorant Altitude bundle, and we’ll list them for you below. As you can see in the image above, all of these make your weapons look like planes from World War I and II. They’re really, really cool. Now, we don’t know what the price is going to be, but we expect it to be around 5100 Valorant Points, or VP. It’s four skins plus a melee skin, and none of them seem to have any upgrade options. Obviously, we could be wrong in our estimation, and we’ll be sure to update the guide once we know more. With all that said, here’s the list of Altitude bundle skins.

  • Altitude Vandal
  • Altitude Odin
  • Altitude Bucky
  • Altitude Sheriff
  • Altitude Melee (knife + brass knuckles)
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