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- 20 Hue Shift
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- 31.1 Artisan
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- 32.1 Doodle Buds
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- 40.4 Infinity Pink
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- 42.2 Prime 2.0 Orange
- 42.3 Prime 2.0 Green
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- 44.2 Lightwave Blue
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- 46.2 Ruination Purple
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Here’s every Phantom skin in Valorant and how much they cost
Dec 29, 2021
Riot Games has rolled out exquisite skins for each weapon in Valorant that make the experience a whole lot better. The Phantom has over 25 skins, and we’ve compiled them into one place.
Valorant’s Phantom is often preferred over its counterpart Vandal for smooth spray potential. The gun deals heavy damage in close-range duels, and its one-taps are also not too bad. The Phantom is deadly, but why not have yours wrapped in colorful skins with a dash of satisfying sound effects?
The primary rifle has 29 skins divided into four tiers and battle passes. Each skin comes at a different price and has unique features. Here’s all you need to know about each Phantom skin in Valorant.
All exclusive Phantom skins in Valorant
There are a total of five Phantom skins in the “exclusive” family. This is the second-highest tier in Valorant and features some of the most expensive bundles. All limited-edition cosmetics are released into this category with a price between 1,775 and 2,675 Valorant points for each gun skin.
The Spectrum bundle was a combined effort of Riot and popular artist DJ Zedd. This was one of the most successful and expensive Valorant bundles as it was Riot’s first collaboration with an artist. The Phantom skin blew up among fans for its satisfying sound effects, custom-made by Zedd. A kaleidoscopic light show as kill animation added tons to its value.
Price: The Spectrum Phantom is the most expensive skin for the rifle at 2,675 VP. However, the three animated variants make up for their high cost.
Singularity skins also belong to the higher level within the exclusive tier. The dark-themed electric Phantom costs 2,175 VP and has red, purple, and blue variants. Each variant has a lit-up pipe going through the metal body and an electric circuit coiled around it. The Singularity Phantom has a light feel and electrifying sound animation.
Price: Singularity Phantom costs 2,175 VP
Ruination was also a massive hit among the fans of players who like Riot’s MOBA, League of Legends. The collection was released as part of Riot Games’ Sentinels of Light event, based on Viego’s return to Runeterra. The Phantom was on the darker side, as opposed to Sentinels of Light skins that would soon follow.
Price: The Ruination Phantom costs 2,175 VP and has its own VFX finisher. The three red, purple, and green variants have unique sound elements that make shooting smoother.
Glitchpop is Valorant’s most colorful and popular skin line. The first version of the neon skins received tons of appreciation from the players, leading the developer to roll out 2.0.
Price: Three variants of Glitchpop cost 2,175 VP.
Pink prop guns entered Valorant in a brightly packed BlastX bundle. The bright green and pink Phantom shoots visible pallets that make aiming a tad bit easier. BlastX Phantom’s Black, Yellow, Pink variants, a gift box finisher, and unique sound element cost 2,175 VP. The skins are also upgradeable if you like your Phantom wrapped in bright paper.
Price: With its own VFX finisher and arcade sound elements, BlastX Phantom is priced at 2,175 VP.
All premium Valorant Phantom skins
The premium family has nine Phantom skins, and almost all are highly sought-after in Valorant. This tier is perfect for players who appreciate a good sound element but will pass on the over-the-top animations. Premium skins are usually priced at 1,775 VP.
Valorant GO! Vol. 1
Valorant GO! Vol. 1 is one of the minimal, less flashy skins. Despite that, players quickly cop this skin from the store as it features agent art. The Reyna-themed Phantom doesn’t have distracting animations, but it sure looks fierce in the hands of the duelist.
Price: For 1,775, players get an agent-themed skin.
Artsy, creative, and dark, the Spike Phantom is owned by very few players, likely because it doesn’t have any mind-bending lore or theme to it. The wiry skins are available in beautiful gradient colors of blue, pink, green, and red.
Price: The crystal-encrusted skins bear a 1,775 VP price tag.
The Recon Phantom was the first Valorant skin to have Randomizers that add one of three attachments to the weapon. These are only cosmetic changes and have no impact on gameplay, but players loved this small visual detail.
Price: The olive drab skins have three variants and cost 1,775 VP.
Radiant Crisis 001
Riot Games took animated skins to a new level with Radiant Crisis 001. The gray Phantom may look dull from afar, but it has a loud, rackety round finisher and sound elements. The 1,775 VP skins are lined with a black marker that adds a cartoonish touch to bleak grey skins. The Radiant Crisis 001 Phantom looked pretty cool, but many competitive players passed on these skins due to distracting reload animation.
Price: 1,775 VP with VFX finisher.
The Prime 2.0 Phantom is Valorant’s most successful rifle skin so far. The sleak, gold and silver gun has a faint electrical noise animation upon shooting, making popping heads more satisfying. It has a lightweight feel to it, something that movement-freaks prefer in their weapons.
Price: With a gold, green, and orange finisher, Prime 2.0 Phantom comes at an affordable price of 1,775 VP.
Oni’s soft sound elements are the ultimate favorite of spray-lovers in Valorant. The Japanese-themed skins have an Oni mask attached to the guns, adding a fierce look to the otherwise subtle Phantom. When upgraded, the mask releases a colored smoke, which looks pretty cool in highlight-worthy plays.
Price: The three Phantom variants and a custom VFX finisher come for 1,775 VP.
Riot Games brought translucent skins to Valorant with the dreamy Nebula Phantom. The gun depicts a galaxy studded with stars falling through the sky. This visually pleasant skin is one of the oldest in Valorant but has no variant or finisher.
Price: Nebula Phantom costs 1,775 VP.
Ion is one of the most sought-after Phantom skins due to its unique, stark color and contrasting black barrel and handle. The electro Phantom makes a glitchy noise upon inspect and has a lightweight feel similar to Prime 2.0. The Ion Phantom has no variants, but players prefer it over others due to its satisfying headshot potential.
Price: The Ion Phantom costs 1,775 VP.
Evident from the name, the Celestial Phantom is themed on otherworldly objects and materials. The gold-colored skin has animated meteors on a muted background. Celestial Phantom is quite rare in Valorant as few players bought this skin due to its lack of variants and animations.
Price: The Celestial Phantom costs 1.775 VP.
All Deluxe phantom skins
Deluxe skins are plain, old guns that have minimal animations and sound effects. They are affordable for 1,275 VP per skin. Most of the skins in the deluxe tier have translucent exteriors playing a slightly animated scenic view inside the glass.
The Avalanche Phantom is based on ice and crystals. The skin has a solid exterior, but it seems glass-like from afar. The body is filled with a crystaline material with blue hues, which adds a luxurious touch to a rather cheap gun. The Avalanche Phantom has no kill finisher or sound element, which is why some players might prefer it in high-stake games.
Price: The Avalanche Phantom belongs to the deluxe tier and comes for 1,257 VP.
The Minima Phantom is likely one of the least-popular skins in Valorant due to its unorthodox design. The gun drew instant criticism as players accused Riot of selling a low-effort skin like the default Phantom. However, some players still grabbed the weapon as it got trendy after the backlash. The Minima has no finishers or variants. It’s matte black and shoots like any other Valorant gun.
Price: The Minima Phantom is priced at 1,275 VP.
Prism is often picked by players who are looking for a minimal skin with unique color range. The gradient skin illuminates purple color upon inspection and movement, which sets it apart from its other Deluxe tiers. It has a nice stealthy appearance and pairs well agents like Yoru, Kay/O, and Omen.
Price: Prism is priced at 1,275 VP.
Riot Games brought back the translucent body in Silvanus’ blue hues. The crystal Phantom has a glass-like body with mysterious blue scenery locked inside. It’s slightly animated but doesn’t have sound effects.
Price: The Silvanus Phantom has no variants and costs 1,275 VP.
Snowfall Phantom was released as part of the 2022 Christmas events. The translucent skin illustrates a scenic view of Christmas evening in a snow-laden place. It’s not animated, but the glass exterior adds a luxurious touch. Players had mixed reviews regarding this Phantom as it looked exactly like 2021’s Christmas bundle.
Price: The Snowfall comes for 1,275 VP.
Winterwunderland Phantom was rolled out in 2021’s Christmas collection. It was an instant hit among the players. Glass skins were still new, and players were happy that Riot Games was releasing holiday cosmetics. Winderwunderland Phantom also came without unique animation or sound features.
Price: The Christmas Phantom is worth 1,275 VP.
All select Phantom skins
Select is the lowest, cheapest Valorant skin tier. Skins in the blue circle class are affordable and look like it.
They’re not a flex, but they add a touch of color to your inventory. Players often shop these skins for less-used weapons to fill up the collection. Select Phantom skins cost 875 VP, and there are currently three in this tier.
These red skins are visually pleasing and minimal. A white bunny is hopping on a brick red background, adding a nice touch to the simple set. Galleria doesn’t have a glass body or animations, but it’s sold for its unique color palette and the cute bunny.
Price: Like all Select skins, Galleria bears a price tag of 875 VP.
The Rush Phantom is also ideal for players who avoid heavy imprints and extravagant animations. This Phantom has a unique geometric pattern painted in red and white colors. The gun adds lovely color to a tedious inventory for cheap rates.
Price: The Rush Phantom is priced at 875 VP.
Smite Phantom is hands down the best skin in the low Select category. This weapon has a unique thunderstorm pattern, which makes it appear much more expensive. The dark and light blue color gradient also adds a nice touch to the affordable gun.
Price: Smite costs 875 VP.
These are all the Phantom skins in Valorant that players can acquire from the market. However, there are a few guns that are were only attainable through a battle pass. These skins won’t appear in the market and are now stored exclusively in the inventories of those who played the pass.
- Aero Phantom
- Artisan Phantom
- Infinity Phantom
- Kingdom Phantom
- Lightwave Phantom
- Serenity Phantom
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Many VALORANT players, casuals, and professionals alike consider the Phantom Skins their favorite skins of them all. In this article, we’ll rank them from worst to best.
The Phantom is an Assault Rifle in VALORANT priced at 2900 in-game credits and is one of the most popular buy-round choices. The Phantom can one-shot headshot enemies at close range, but at medium to long range, it only hits for 140 with a shot to the head. But that aside, the Phantom is still versatile and is excellent for spraying with its 30-round magazine, especially through smokes, as it does not have any bullet tracers.
Skins in VALORANT are merely decorative and do not offer any real in-game advantages vs. the default skin. Although compared to other games like CS:GO which only offers recolors of the same exact weapon, the devs at Riot went a bit overboard with the skins in VALORANT as they completely altered the look of the weapon, added special VFX, GFX, and one skin turns your weapon into a literal dragon!
While choosing a good Phantom skin for yourself, you should determine if you like the theme of the skins, the looks, the inspect/equip animations, the finisher, and the firing sounds. Unlike other games like CS:GO, which has individual pricing for skins, the skins in VALORANT come at a fixed price, depending on their collection. Select Edition skins cost 875vp, while Premium and Exclusive Edition skins cost 1775vp and 2175vp, respectively.
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Best Phantom Skins in VALORANT 2023: A Complete Tierlist
Since the game’s release, Riot has released 49 different types of Phantom skins in VALORANT as a part of weapon bundles, and battle passes. Since battle pass skins are obtainable only during their respective act and cannot be obtained later in the store, we excluded those from our top 15 but included them in the tier list. Battle pass skins are occasionally good, but they aren’t usually better than skins from featured bundles, so our top 15 will remain unaffected by their exclusion.
Top 15 Phantom Skins in VALORANT 2023
Among all the Phantom skins released in VALORANT so far, here are the top 15 ranked according to the basis of looks, animations, and VFX:
15. Valorant Go! Vol. 1 Phantom
The first Valorant Go! Bundle featured weapon skins themed after cute chibi versions of the agents. The Valorant Go! Vol. 1 Phantom is a Reyna-themed skin, perfect for all the Reyna mains out there.
Rarity: Premium Edition Price: 1775 VP How to Buy: Store, Night Market VFX, GFX, Finisher: No Color Variants: No
14. Radiant Crisis 001 Phantom
Sporting a Borderlands vibe, the Radiant Crisis 001 Phantom comes with a cartoonish graphic along with captions that sounds like a comic book.
Rarity: Premium Edition Price: 1775 VP How to Buy: Store, Night Market VFX, GFX, Finisher: Yes Color Variants: No
13. Oni Phantom
Up next, we have the Oni Phantom, which has been a signature Phantom skin ever since its release. Everything about this skin, from the beautiful color variants, firing sound, and finisher, are all amazing.
Rarity: Premium Edition Price: 1775 VP How to Buy: Store, Night Market VFX, GFX, Finisher: Yes Color Variants: Yes
12. Singularity Phantom
The Singularity Phantom is a weapon infused with the power of Radianite and is constantly deforming and reforming around it. It features a cool equip animation and finisher but there have been reports of some players finding the spraying animation distracting.
Rarity: Exclusive Edition Price: 2175 VP How to Buy: Store only VFX, GFX, Finisher: Yes
11. Ruination Phantom
The Ruination series of skins are part of a collaboration with Riot’s other hit game, League of Legends. The Ruination Phantom comes in an ancient theme of the Ruined King and has a smokey aura coming out of it. It also offers beautiful color variants.
10. RGX 11z Pro Phantom
The skin’s modern design and the fact that it comes in three different colors make it a popular option among skin collectors. The skin may be upgraded to one of three other levels as well. Nonetheless, the orange shadings, in particular, elevate the skin to the level of a work of art.
Rarity: Exclusive Edition Price: 2175 VP How to Buy: Store, Night Market VFX, GFX, Finisher: Yes Color Variants: Yes
9. Prime//2.0 Phantom
After the release of the first Prime bundle and how well it was received, Riot released the Prime 2.0 bundle, which included a Phantom skin. It has a futuristic appearance similar to the old prime skins with that signature reload animation.
8. Glitchpop Phantom
After the release of the first Glitchpop bundle and how well it was received, Riot released the 2nd Glitchpop bundle, which included a Phantom skin. If you love futuristic neon/Cyberpunk aesthetics, then the Glitchpop Phantom would be a perfect match for you.
Rarity: Exclusive Edition Price: 2175 VP How to Buy: Store only VFX, GFX, Finisher: Yes Color Variants: Yes
7. BlastX Phantom
The BlastX Phantom is a Nerf-inspired skin for the Phantom. It has a plastic appearance and shoots out bullets in the form of nerf darts. The firing sounds are similar to the real toy, and the equipped animation looks like unwrapping a present. The BlastX Phantom is overall a really fun skin to use, especially with that finisher.
6. ChronoVoid Phantom
ChronoVoid Phantom is one of the best skins now. The skin has three different color variants and 3 upgrades, making it preferred by even the pros. Also, the sound from ChronoVoid weapons is very satisfying.
5. Reaver Phantom
The Reaver series of skins is one of the most popular skin bundles in VALORANT, with the Reaver Vandal and Reaver Operator gaining much popularity along with the Reaver Phantom. The skin has one of the most unique reload animations, with the player reloading the magazine without touching it as though using some sort of dark magic. The firing sounds, skin color variants, and finisher put this Sheriff’s skin in our top 5.
4. Spectrum Phantom
“A collection of weaponized color and sound that elevates the way you experience the game, taking you from a player to a performer” -Zedd
The Spectrum line of skins was Valorant’s first collaboration with the artist Zedd, and the Spectrum Phantom is the most popular out of that bundle. The Spectrum Phantom offers satisfying firing animations, RGB lights, and an insane finisher. Also, did we mention that you can listen to sick tracks by Zedd during the inspection animation?
Rarity: Exclusive Edition Price: 2675 VP How to Buy: Store only VFX, GFX, Finisher: Yes Color Variants: Yes
3. Ion Phantom
The Ion Phantom is a futuristic version of the Phantom which has a very sleek and minimalistic appearance. Although it has no color variants, it has unique GFX aspects that can be unlocked, as well as having a satisfying firing sound.
2. Protocol 781-A Phantom
The Protocol 781-A bundle has been the latest bundle to be added to VALORANT, and it is the second Ultra Edition skin bundle right after Elderflame. The Protocol 781-A Phantom features a futuristic military vibe. Its unique feature is that the gun has an AI that actually has voice lines. It’s as though the gun has a mind of its own and is self-aware. The finisher is also really cool, where it spawns a mech that shoots at the enemy.
Rarity: Ultra Edition Price: 2475 VP How to Buy: Store only VFX, GFX, Finisher: Yes Color Variants: No
1. Champions 2022 Phantom
The Phantom has a golden and red color scheme like its previous ancestor. But the design is different, and it looks like the weapon is made of precious Ruby and Gold, which looks absolutely stunning to the eye.
Rarity: Exclusive Edition Price: 2675 VP How to Buy: Store only VFX, GFX, Finisher: Yes Color Variants: No
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So this wraps up our top 15 Phantom skins in VALORANT. Note that, like all lists, this is subjective, and your personal rankings might differ from those here.
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All Valorant Phantom Skins and how to get them
Get to know about all the Valorant Phantom Skins!
Being the most used gun in the game, Riot Games has added several creative and eye-pleasing Phantom skins to the base game over the last two years. Due to this meticulous addition, the developers have ensured that the Phantom lovers can flaunt more than 35 different skins ranging from the flashy Undercity Phantom to the neo-futuristic Ion Energy Phantom .
So, here is the list of all the Valorant Phantom skins that made their way to the game store.
All Phantom Skins in Valorant
Aero phantom - available through reflection: act 3 battle pass.
Color Variation : Base, Pink, Gray, and Black.
Artisan Phantom - Available through Reflection: Act 2 Battle Pass
Color Variation : Base, Red, Green, and Blue.
Avalanche Phantom - 1,275 VP(Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base Version.
Blast X Phantom - 2,175 VP(Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Blue, Purple, and Black.
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Celestial Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Champions 2022 Phantom - 2,675 VP(Exclusive)
Chronovoid Phantom - 2,175 (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Purple, Black, and Red Versions.
Doodle Buds Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, League of Legends, and Tactifriends.
Galleria Phantom - 875 VP (Store Rotation)
Glitchpop Phantom - 2,175 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Red, Blue, and Gold.
Hue Shift Phantom - Available through Disruption: Act 3 Battle Pass
Infinity Phantom - Available through Formation: Act 1 Battle Pass
Color Variation : Base, White, Yellow, and Pink.
Ion Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Kingdom Phantom - Available through Ignition: Act 1 Battle Pass
Kohaku & Matsuba Phantom - 1,275 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base and Black Version.
Lightwave Phantom - Available through Formation: Act 3 Battle Pass
Color Variation : Base, Blue, Red, and Grey.
Minima Phantom - 1,275 VP (Store Rotation)
Nebula Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Oni Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Black, Green, and White.
Piedra Del Sol Phantom - Available through Dimensions: Act 2 Battle Pass
Prime 2.0 Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Orange, Green, and Gold.
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Prism Phantom - 1,275 VP (Store Rotation)
Protocol 781- A Phantom - 2,475 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Pink, Blue, and Green.
Radiant Crisis 001 Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Reaver Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Red, Black, and White.
Recon Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Red, Blue, and Green.
RGX 11Z Pro Phantom - 2,175 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Red, Blue, and Yellow.
Ruination Phantom - 2,175 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Purple, Yellow, and Green.
Rush Phantom - 875 VP (Store Rotation)
Sarmad Phantom - 1,275 (Store Rotation)
Serenity Phantom - Available through Ignition: Act 3 Battle Pass
Silvanus Phantom - 1,275 VP (Store Rotation)
Singularity Phantom - 2,175 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Blue, Purple, and Red.
Smite Phantom - 875 VP (Store Rotation)
Snowfall Phantom - 1,275 VP (Store Rotation)
Spline Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Green, Red, and Blue.
Task Force 809 - Available through Dimension: Act 1 Battle Pass
Team Ace Phantom - 1,275 VP (Store Rotation)
Tigris Phantom - 1,275 VP (Store Rotation)
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Undercity Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Valorant Go Phantom - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Velocity Phantom - Available through Disruption: Act 1 Battle Pass
Color Variation : Base, Yellow, Purple, and Aquamarine.
Winterwunderland Phantom - 1,275 VP (Store Rotation)
Xenohunter - 1,775 VP (Store Rotation)
Zedd Spectrum Phantom - 2,675 VP (Store Rotation)
Color Variation : Base, Black, Red, and Purple.
Remember, some Phantom skins like the Velocity or Lightwave were part of the previous battle pass collection and may not return for sale.
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10 best Phantom skins in VALORANT
There's definitely a lot to choose from.
The Phantom is VALORANT’s more subtle assault rifle, offering less recoil and no bullet tracers, making it ideal for controller players in spam situations as well as close-range fights. As controllers have become more popular in the pro meta in 2023, the Phantom is seeing more usage now compared to previous years . With a boatload of stellar cosmetics, players can tap heads and look good while doing it.
The Phantom is fortunate enough to have so many incredible skins with interesting animations. These cosmetics can do anything from sucking your enemy into a black hole to sending out a bull to launch your target into the air. But with plenty of options to choose from, there are definitely some skins that are better than the rest.
Here are the best Phantom skins in VALORANT .
Simple and sleek, the Recon Phantom offers the look and feel of a real-life rifle, as you would see in a game like Rainbow Six: Siege , CS:GO , or early Call of Duty .
The Recon line offers four color variant options, including a very popular black and red military camo variant that’s a perfect match for players that have acquired the elusive R i ot gun buddy . It’s also a popular choice for pros on teams with red color schemes like 100 Thieves or Sentinels. A unique feature of Recon is its randomized weapon attachments, which rotate every in-match purchase between a flashlight, a laser sight, and foregrips.
VALORANT players were blessed with a cool theme, great animations, a badass finisher, and flawless variants in the Oni. The skin is as close to perfect as it gets, and Riot finally gave players a Vandal option in 2023 .
Oni has roots in Japanese folklore, featuring the horned demon-like ogre directly in its design. Upgrading the skin’s animations gives you a cool spiritual aura emanating from the skin and a finisher that calls swords from the sky to trap your opponent while cherry blossoms fill the air. And let’s not forget the beautiful Arizona Green Tea variant, which combines a mint green with bright pink hues. As one of the Phantom’s oldest skins, Oni certainly sets the bar high.
Radiant Entertainment System
Launched in VALORANT’s Episode Six, Act Three, the Radiant Entertainment System bundle has been deemed one of the best bundles in the game so far. Besides skins for the Ghost, the Operator, and the Bulldog, the collection brings a radiant Phantom skin adorned with sleek audio and animation design: perfect for both accurate one-shot and spray-and-pray styles.
The Radiant Entertainment System bundle is the game’s latest ultra-type collection and is the costliest one to be released to date. Inspired by three evergreen arcade video games—Bazooka Badger, Dance Fever, and K.nock O.ut!!—the bundle offers three variants for each weapon, including the melee.
The most distinctive feature of the Radiant Entertainment System skins is the finisher animation, which envelopes the last enemy killed into a lively, video game-like animation, based on the variant used. The bundle, which was priced at a whopping 11,400 VP, is no longer available, but the skins can be purchased individually from the daily offers section.
Prime 2.0 brought back the ever-so-popular thematic with some minor adjustments, throwing a Phantom into the mix. And it doesn’t disappoint.
Taking inspiration from a hypercar , according to senior weapon artist Chris Stone, the Prime Phantom is sleek, clean, and modern. It maintains a similar reload animation to its predecessor while throwing in some exhaust ports on the side for light to shine through. And its finisher literally summons a bull to toss your enemy into the air for a neon explosion. A true classic.
The Spectrum Phantom is one of the most audibly pleasing Phantom skins available, soaring to popularity after the Zedd-collaborated collection was released back in September 2021.
The Spectrum Phantom features three different color variants, but the sleek default white-and-red design is easily the most popular. The most appealing feature of this skin is the soothing yet electrifying notes curated by Zedd that play when inspecting the weapon, in addition to the gorgeous, colorful VFX.
The finisher animation is quite lovely to witness as well, with the skies turning colorful and Zedd’s tune playing in the background.
According to Riot, Protocol 781-A was ideated by blending elements of Artificial Intelligence with a dark, dystopian universe: sort of like the Glitchpop, Singularity, and Ion collections, but quite distinct. The result? A Phantom that can talk in a robotic dialect.
The Protocol 781-A collection introduced intriguingly designed skins for the Sheriff, the Spectre, the Bulldog, and the Phantom, all of which support a fifth voiceover upgrade purchasable through Radianite Points. It’s exactly how an advanced battlefield would feel if you were guided by highly intelligent robots.
Besides the sleek SFX design, another profound feature of this collection is the finisher, which features a mighty robot firing down on the last enemy killed in a fascinating sci-fi backdrop.
Riot devs surprised fans with a second Glitchpop bundle, delivering the popular skin line to VALORANT’s most-used weapons. And it was a godsend to players who enjoy the cyberpunk thematic.
Riot’s intention with the bundle was to make “everything [look] uniform and “[follow] the same design” as the first Glitchpop bundle, producer of skins Preeti Khanolkar previously said in an interview with HITSCAN .
So, the Glitchpop Phantom boasts the familiar blend of neon colors and industrial frame seen in the previous iteration. You also get light-hearted and humorous stickers throughout and finishing an opponent leads to an explosion of colorful advertisements. The gun skin sounds amazing, with its silenced shots taking on a more futuristic tone. Riot hit it out of the park with this skin line, offering a fun cosmetic that isn’t distracting considering all its bright colors.
League of Legends players who are fans of the MOBA’s Pulsefire skins will love Ion.
Ion uses a futuristic palette of white and blue, with a core at its center fueling the charge. Every time you reload the weapon, you seemingly replace the core with a new one. It sounds great and pulses geometric shapes when you shoot or equip it. And its finisher predictably explodes the enemy in a spherical electro-pulse. Ion is a skin for everyone since it’s not too showy or distracting and still offers a clean look.
One of the most beloved Vandal skins finally made its way to the Phantom via the Reaver 2.0 bundle, much to the delight of Phantom fans.
The Reaver’s iconic dark and edgy look fits the Phantom just as well as it did the Phantom, and there’s not a single bad color variant available. Its satisfying bell chime headshot sound is one of the best in the game, and it’s got a reload animation that makes you feel powerful. Oh, and it also drags players down to hell with its finisher.
The Singularity Phantom is a polished skin with some of the best animations in the game.
Seemingly held together by a powerful force from space, the weapon deconstructs and comes back together whenever you reload. Its muzzle flash is like a small black hole that foreshadows its finisher animation, a larger black hole that sucks your opponents in to never be seen again (until the next round, of course). And the Singularity Phantom has some of the best variants in the game, with the most intriguing being the lightning-struck blue and yellow colorway. This cosmetic is versatile and an all-around crowd-pleaser, making it an easy pickup for all players.
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There are a lot of great Phantom Skins in Valorant, some styles appeal more than others but you have plenty to choose from
If you are looking for a Phantom skin but don't know which one you should pick, or just want to have a look at all the Phantom skins in the game in order to choose your favorite one you came to the right article.
In the article, we will show you all the Phantom skins available in the game, their bundle, and prices in order to facilitate all of you that are looking for the perfect Phantom Skin to finish your Valorant inventory.
Without further ado, let's get to see all the Phantom Skins available in Riot Games loved FPS.
Select Edition Phantom Skins
The SW-ACR Phantom is the Default Phantom Skin and is free
The Galleria Phantom costs 875 Valorant Points and is a Select Edition Skin
The Rush Phantom costs 875 Valorant Points and is a Select Edition Skin
The Smite Phantom costs 875 Valorant Points and is a Select Edition Skin
Deluxe Edition Phantom Skins
The Avalanche Phantom skin costs 1.275 Valorant Points and is a Deluxe Edition Skin
The Winter Wunderland Phantom costs 1,275 Valorant Points and is a Deluxe Edition Skin
The Silvanus Phantom costs 1,275 Valorant Points and is a Deluxe Edition Skin
The Minima Phantom costs 1,275 Valorant Points and is a Deluxe Edition Skin
The Tigris Phantom costs 1,275 Valorant Points and is a Deluxe Edition Skin
The Team Ace Phantom costs 1,275 Valorant Points and is a Deluxe Edition Skin
The Snowfall Phantom costs 1,275 Valorant Points and is a Deluxe Edition Skin
Premium Edition Phantom Skins
The Nebula Phantom costs 1,775 Valorant Points and is a Premium Edition Skin
The Ion Phantom costs 1,775 Valorant Points and is a Premium Edition Skin
The Valorant GO! Phantom costs 1,775 Valorant Points and is a Premium Edition Skin
The Celestial Phantom costs 1,775 Valorant Points and is a Premium Edition Skin
The Undercity Phantom Costs 1,775 Valorant Points and is a Premium Edition Skin
The Radiant Crisis 001 Phantom Costs 1,775 Valorant Points and is a Premium Edition Skin
The Doodle Buds Phantom costs 1, 775 Valorant Points and is a Premium Edition Skin
The Doodle Buds Tactifriends Phantom is a variation of the Doodle Buds Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Doodle Buds League of Legends Phantom is a variation of the Doodle Buds Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Oni Phantom costs 1,775 Valorant Points and is a Premium Edition Skin
The Oni Black Phantom is a variation of the Oni Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Oni Green Phantom is a variation of the Oni Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Oni White Phantom is a variation of the Oni Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Spline Phantom costs 1,775 and is a Premium Edition Skin
The Spline Green Phantom is a variation of the Spline Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Spline Red Phantom is a variation of the Spline Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Spline Blue Phantom is a variation of the Spline Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Prime 2.0 Phantom costs 1,775 and is a Premium Edition Skin
The Prime 2.0 Orange Phantom is a variation of the Prime 2.0 Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Prime 2.0 Green Phantom is a variation of the Prime 2.0 Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Prime 2.0 Gold Phantom is a variation of the Prime 2.0 Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Recon Phantom Costs 1,775 Valorant Points and is a Premium Edition Skin
The Recon Red Camo Phantom is a variation of the Recon Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Recon Blue Camo Phantom is a variation of the Recon Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Recon Green Camo Phantom is a variation of the Recon Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
Ultra Edition Phantom Skins
The Protocol 781-A Phantom costs 2,475 and is an Ultra Edition Skin
The Protocol 781-A White Pink Phantom is a variation of the Protocol 781-A Phantom
and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Protocol 781-A Red Blue Phantom is a variation of the Protocol 781-A Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Protocol 781-A Green Phantom is a variation of the Protocol 781-A Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
Exclusive Edition Phantom Skins
The RGX 11z Pro Phantom costs 2,175 Valorant Points and is an Exclusive Edition Skin
The RGX 11z Pro Red Phantom is a variation of the RGX 11z Pro Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The RGX 11z Pro Blue Phantom is a variation of the RGX 11z Pro Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The RGX 11z Pro Yellow Phantom is a variation of the RGX 11z Pro Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Singularity Phantom Costs 2,175 Valorant Points and is an Exclusive Edition Skin
The Singularity Blue Phantom is a variation of the Singularity Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Singularity Purple Phantom is a variation of the Singularity Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Singularity Red Phantom is a variation of the Singularity Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The BlastX Phantom costs 2,175 Valorant Points and is an Exclusive Edition Skin
The BlastX Blue Phantom is a variation of the BlastX Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The BlastX Purple Phantom is a variation of the BlastX Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The BlastX Black Phantom is a variation of the BlastX Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Glitchpop 2.0 Phantom costs 2,175 Valorant Points and is an Exclusive Edition Skin
The Glitchpop 2.0 Blue is a variation of the Glitchpop 2.0 Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Glitchpop 2.0 Red is a variation of the Glitchpop 2.0 Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Glitchpop 2.0 Gold is a variation of the Glitchpop 2.0 Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Ruination Phantom costs 2,175 Valorant Points and is an Exclusive Edition Skin
The Ruination Purple Phantom is a variation of the Ruination Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The R uination Red Yellow Phantom is a variation of the Ruination Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Ruination Green Phantom is a variation of the Ruination Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The SPECTRUM Phantom costs 2,675 Valorant Points and is an Exclusive Edition Skin
The SPECTRUM Black Phantom is a variation of the SPECTRUM Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The SPECTRUM Red Phantom is a variation of the SPECTRUM Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The SPECTRUM Purple Phantom is a variation of the SPECTRUM Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
Battlepass Phantom Skins
The Kingdom Phantom was a reward in the first Battlepass which means you cant buy it
The Serenity Phantom was a reward in the Ignition Battlepass which means you cant buy it
The Hue Shift Phantom was a reward in the Disruption Battlepass which means you cant buy it
The Artisan Phantom was a reward in the Reflection Battlepass which means you cant buy it
The Infinity Phantom was a reward in the Formation Battlepass which means you cant buy it
The Infinity White Phantom is a variation of the Infinity Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Infinity Yellow Phantom is a variation of the Infinity Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Infinity Pink Phantom is a variation of the Infinity Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Lightwave Phantom was a reward in the Formation Battlepass which means you cant buy it
The Lightwave Blue Phantom is a variation of the Lightwave Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Lightwave Red Phantom is a variation of the Lightwave Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Lightwave Gray Phantom is a variation of the Lightwave Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Aero Phantom was a reward in the Reflection Battlepass which means you cant buy it
The Aero Cream Pink Phantom is a variation of the Aero Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Aero Purple Gray Phantom is a variation of the Aero Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Aero Green Black Phantom is a variation of the Aero Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Velocity Phantom was a reward in the Disruption Battlepass which means you cant buy it
The Velocity Yellow Phantom is a variation of the Velocity Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The Velocity Purple Phantom is a variation of the Velocity Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
The V elocity Aquamarine Phantom is a variation of the Velocity Phantom and Costs 15 Radian Points
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rate of fire
At 2900 credits, the Phantom is the equal-price competitor with the Vandal.
In comparison, the Phantom has a faster firing rate and a larger magazine so it is better in close-ranged combat.
It has damage falloff so you'll need two headshots instead of one at longer ranges.
Having a silencer not only quiets its shots but also visually conceals bullet tracers, so enemies cannot trace your shots through smokes.
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Best Phantom Skins in Valorant (2023)
Valorant cosmetics have become an important part of the free-to-play tactical shooter developed by Riot Games. Skin collectors eagerly await a new bundle to hit the in-game store so they can add them to their ever-expanding array.
Others perhaps simply wait for that unique skin to fork out their hard-earned cash. With so many cosmetics populating Valorant, it can be tough to know which cosmetic is worth your money.
The Phantom, in particular, has no shortage of incredible skins. It is, after all, one of the most used guns in the entire game, alongside the Vandal or the Operator. Do you want to go for a minimalistic design like the Minima Phantom, or are you into the glitz and colorful layout of the Glitchpop skin? It's all subjective, but undoubtedly, some skins are just more coveted than others.
What are the best Phantom skins in Valorant?
On this list, we'll feature our picks for the top Phantom skins in Valorant. There won't be any sort of restrictions in terms of price tiers or availability, as we are simply basing them on the design itself. One final note, the list is not ordered. Without further ado, let's begin.
- Cost: 1775 VP
- How to unlock: Wait for the gun to show up in your daily store or Night Market.
While the Vandal and Phantom share most of the best skins in the game, the Ion design is an exclusive cosmetic for the latter gun.
Its design has a futuristic vibe to it as if the guns were powered by some kind of cutting-edge technology with a small core at the centre of it. Of course, it's an upgradeable skin that has special effects, making it more enticing for players.
Ask any Valorant player what are some of the most iconic skin collections in the entire game and chances are the Oni bundle will be named more than a few times.
Inspired by Japanese culture, this Phantom skin features an Oni mask in its design. An aura surrounds the mask and spreads throughout the weapon as if a demon was powering it up.
- Cost: 2175 VP
Riot Games unveiled the first Glitchpop bundle in 2020. Much to the surprise of fans, the "big three" guns of Valorant didn't feature in it. For the 2.0 collection, the Vandal, Operator, and of course, the Phantom had their own Glitchpop look.
Full of glitz, colour, and a "kawaii" style to it, the Glitchpop has all the bells and whistles you can ask for in a Valorant skin.
- Cost: 2475 VP
This is one of the most expensive skins on this list and in the game; however, the music, finisher, and animations it comes with make it worth it. In addition to this, if you are a fan of minimalistic yet colorful skins, then Spectrum Phantom is a good investment.
Prime 2.0 Phantom
- Cost: 1775 VP
If you're looking for a fancy looking premium weapon skin that isn't as expensive as some of the others we've mentioned, the Prime Phantom is the one you want.
From the bullet sound effects to the lavish yet emphatic finisher, the Prime 2.0 Phantom exudes class, with Riot making sure every little detail is up to standard with the 1.0 collection.
We know there are far more skins out there and it's all based on preference, so our list of honourable mentions is as follows:
- Radiant Entertainment System Phantom
- VALORANT Champions 2022 Phantom
- Protocol 781-A Phantom
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The Phantom is a Rifle that is a primary weapon in VALORANT .
- 2.1 Primary Fire TTK
- 2.2 Alternate Fire TTK
- 2.3 Spread values
- 3 Update History
Summary [ ]
The Phantom is a high-cost automatic rifle. One of VALORANT' s best general-purpose weapons, it is most effective at short to medium range where it is able to spray down multiple enemies at once due to its high rate of fire. It also comes equipped with a silencer, allowing it to be used to spam through vision blockers without much risk to the player's ammo count or positioning.
The Phantom is able to instantly kill an enemy with a single headshot, but its damage falloff means this no longer becomes the case at medium to long ranges. Players hitting the initial headshot but failing to hit a second killing shot before they die themselves may find the Vandal preferable in such situations.
12 June 2020
- Headshot multiplier: x4
- Leg shot multiplier: x0.85
- 15–30 m falloff multiplier: x0.897 ( 35 / 39 )
- 30+ m falloff multiplier: x0.795 ( 31 / 39 )
Primary Fire TTK [ ]
Alternate fire ttk [ ], spread values [ ], update history [ ].
- Tap Efficiency determines the rate that inaccuracy is accrued when re-firing prior to waiting for the complete duration of a weapon’s respective Gun Recovery Time. The higher the Tap Efficiency, the lower the rate of inaccuracy accrual
- "Fixed an issue where the Gun Recovery Time was higher than intended"
Gallery [ ]
- During the Beta, the weapon's full name was the SW-ACR Phantom (Support Weapon - Adaptive Combat Rifle).
- The Phantom's design has similarities to the Heckler & Koch HK433 (handguard, charging handle, receiver) and FN SCAR-H (magazine). The stock has similarities to Magpul's MOE Rifle stock.
- Like other silenced weapons, the Phantom is named after a type of supernatural entity.
- The Phantom retains its tracerless shots and firing sound, being only a visual glitch.
- When dropped, the unsuppressed Phantom lacks skin text: while other weapons have the text "Press F to pick up Phantom: Standard Phantom", the unsuppressed Phantom is missing the second part.
- This appears to be a holdover from an early stage of the game, where an attachment system was present. This was removed however, with certain attachments being locked to certain guns. [ citation needed ]
- The design of the Havoc Suppressed Assault Rifle from Fortnite, added in March 2023 for Chapter 4: Season 2, resembles the Phantom's design.
- ↑ File:Weapon lengths.png
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Valorant Protocol Phantom
Skin price: 2,475 VP
Release: Wed 11th 2022
The valorant protocol Phantom is part of the protocol bundle was released on Wed 11th January 2022 as the first new set of the year. A slick and sharply designed collection, each weapon features three variants in addition to the base skin, with the knife melee costing 4,950 VP and the individual gun skins going for 2,475 VP. The skins overall have a modern but realistic feel, with a metal structure and red and gold elements to stylise the gun. The bundle costs 9,900 VP.
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VALORANT Phantom Skins: everything you need to know
Published: January 12 2023
Last updated: May 9 2023
The player base of the game VALORANT has access to a large selection of weapon skin variations. However, some of the most popular weapon skins among all the VALORANT ones are actually released for the Phantom, which is one of the two main rifles in the game.
If you are planning to buy some skins for the Phantom, there are a few factors you need to understand and consider first. Here is a full guide on everything you need to know about these skins and some pointers towards the best Phantom skins you can get right now.
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What you should know about Phantom skins
Weapon skin tiers are used to categorize the pricing and general designs of VALORANT skins , and the highest-tier skins are usually the best in comparison. Also, they are usually quite pricey. But you can always find some hidden gems within the mid-range weapon skin tiers as well.
In VALORANT, all weapon skin tiers are determined by the visual appeal of the skin or skin bundle in addition to the design, animations, and sound effects. This also applies to all Phantom skins as well. Higher skin tiers correspond to more desirable and valuable weapon skins. The skin tiers in VALORANT are also referred to as price tiers in general because higher levels are associated with increasing expenses. The five Phantom skin tiers that are currently offered in VALORANT are Select, Deluxe, Premium, Exclusive, and Ultra.
The Select Tier Phantom skins in VALORANT
The most affordable Phantom skin choices available in VALORANT are the Select Tier Phantom skins. Each Phantom skin in this tier costs 875 VP, while each melee skin costs 1,750 VP. However, the Select Tier Phantom skins are missing animations and sound effects when compared to the skins from the higher tiers. Usually, they are just reskinned versions of the default Phantom with overlayed artwork or patterns. Overall, these Phantom skin designs are often simple and intended to reflect the characteristics of the default weapon.
The Deluxe Tier Phantom skins in VALORANT
The Phantom skins from the Deluxe Tier are pretty much comparable to lower-class weapon skins that are available in the Select Tier. Phantom skins are 1,275 VP each in this tier, while melee skins are 2,550 VP. While certain Phantom skins from the Deluxe tier provide some simple animation effects or 3D effects on the weapon, these skins often lack attention-worthy animations or effects.
The Premium Tier Phantom skins in VALORANT
The Premium skin tier of VALORANT contains a few of the best and most sorted Phantom skins in the entire game. A melee skin costs 3,550 VP, while a Phantom skin costs 1,775 VP, making up the price range for Premium Tier skins. These Phantom skins usually come with excellent audio effects and animations that will more than delight players visually.
The Exclusive Tier Phantom skins in VALORANT
The Exclusive skin tier contains some of the best and most expensive Phantom skins. For a melee skin, they can cost from 4,350 to 5,350 VP, and for a Phantom skin, from 2,175 to 2,675 VP. Phantom skins that are included in this tier are basically different versions of the base weapon, and the Exclusive Tier Phantom skins usually come with the coolest animations, audio effects, pull-out effects, and other features.
The Ultra Tier Phantom skins in VALORANT
Skins with the most expensive base price per item in the entire game can be found in the Ultra Tier, the last and highest skin tier in VALORANT which includes some of the best Phantom skins. A melee skin costs 4,950 VP, and a Phantom skin costs 2,475 VP in this tier. This tier's Phantom skins are loaded with amazing effects, and some of them even have vocal effects. Phantom skins of this tier are unavoidable and can be easily categorized as God-tier items in comparison to the skins in the preceding tiers.
To summarize, the current Phantom skins tiers are shown in the table below:
Best Phantom skins available in VALORANT
Now that we have got the important things about Phantom skins out of the way, let’s have a look at the best and the most sorted Phantom skins available in VALORANT. We have selected the top 5 Phantom skins out there right now considering their popularity and overall visual appeal.
05. Spectrum Phantom
Upgradable Exclusive Tier skin that was created in collaboration with ZEDD, sold as an individual skin for 2675 VP, or as a part of the Spectrum bundle. It features exclusive sound effects engineered by ZEDD and a finisher that features audio and visuals made with ZEDD. The release patch of this skin was 3.05.
04. RGX 11Z Pro Phantom
Upgradable Exclusive Tier skin that was sold as an individual skin for 2175 VP or as a part of the RGX 2.0 bundle. It is the follow-up to its extremely popular RGX 11Z Pro Vandal skin. The kill totals for each player in the current game are shown on this skin. This Phantom skin, which is part of the Exclusive weapon tier, has an advanced appearance. The skin was released in patch 3.07.
03. ION Phantom
Upgradable Premium Tier skin that was sold as an individual skin for 1775 VP or as a part of the ION bundle. This Phantom skin features some distinctive visual and Laser-like blue animated effects. The original ION skin line stands out for its minimal and clean look, and this Phantom skin does just that. The release patch of this skin was 1.12.
02. Prime 2.0 Phantom
Upgradable Premium Tier skin that was sold as an individual skin for 1775 VP or as a part of the Prime 2.0 bundle. It features VFX, SFX, animations, multiple color variations, and an amazing finisher that features a holographic bison bull attacking its victims. The release patch of this skin was 2.04.
01. Champions 2022 Phantom
Exclusive Tier skin that was introduced during VALORANT Champions 2022 and was sold as an individual skin for 2675 VP or as a part of the Champions 2022 bundle. The skin was released to celebrate the years VCT Champions Series and features Champions 2022 exclusive animations and a finisher. The release patch of this skin was 5.04.
How to get Phantom skins in VALORANT
Phantom skins are often available, and only be acquirable within the game through the VALORANT store page. Players can simply pick the skin and add it to their account by proceeding with the purchase. Phantom skins often appear in a lot of new skin bundles that come out, and they are purchasable at any time as long as the bundle is still live in the store. If you want to purchase a Phantom from a previously released bundle, you will need to wait until it appears in your rotational store or your VALORANT Night Market .
Let's talk about how to add an Oni Phantom skin to your VALORANT account in 2022 for instance. The Oni Phantom was first made available to VALORANT in July 2020 along with the time-limited Oni bundle. Since the Oni Phantom can no longer be acquired at any desired moment from the store, players will have to constantly check their rotational market slots for an Oni Phantom. The rotational market is updated every 24 hours, and it has four slots that each contain a unique weapon skin from previously released weapon bundles. Furthermore, you can get an enticing discount on the Oni Phantom at your Per Act Night Market. But players will need to get extremely lucky to get an Oni Phantom on their Night Market.
Phantom skins are also available for players to obtain within the Battle Pass. All the Battle Passes that have been in the game have had at least one Phantom skin, and it is safe to assume that future battle passes will do the same. This method is far less expensive in comparison to purchasing skins straight from the store because the players can obtain the Battle Pass for just 1,000 VP in-game. The major flaw of this approach is that players can only get low-tier Phantom skins of the Select and Deluxe tiers as the Battle Pass rewards.
How to get free Phantom skins in VALORANT
The only possible way to get free skins inside the game VALORANT itself is by completing Agent Contracts or acquiring free Battle Pass awards. However, these skins acquired by the above methods are only available for pistols, stingers, and marshals, and they are offered in the Select tier. Due to this, many players think it's impossible to obtain a free Phantom skin through the game. This is not exactly accurate, though, as there are a few legal ways to get a premium Phantom skin for yourself absolutely free.
1. Take part in giveaways
Pro gamers and gaming personalities host giveaways for VALORANT skin packs across a variety of social media networks. Since so many people enter, it can seem practically impossible to win, but if you give it a shot, you could legitimately win a Phantom skin or a whole bundle of VALORANT skins.
2. Use third-party reward and redeem applications
By utilizing third-party programs, such as G-Loot, an Overwolf app for Windows, players can earn prizes for their time spent on VALORANT! With these apps, you can play to earn VALORANT gift cards, which can be used to buy the Phantom skins you want, or you can play to gain points that can be turned into those gift cards. Simply play your VALORANT matches while the program client is operating in the background to earn points. And now that we have released our VALORANT API connection is even easier to use G-Loot than before.
Now that you know everything about the best Phantom skins out there, it’s time to game and gain your rewards with G-Loot. Don’t forget that by joining G-Loot you’ll have access to a large number of stats to improve your VALORANT experience and find new friends to play with in our Clans!
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Phantom Stats, Guides, & Skins
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- Last updated on: 2023-09-01 09:59 PM
View info of Phantom rifle in Valorant and know the Phantom gun guides, stats, and skins here.
Table of Contents
Phantom overview, phantom stats - damage, fire rate, & tier, phantom spray pattern - recoil test, phantom guides - how to use phantom, galleria phantom, kingdom phantom, rush phantom, other rifle guides, related weapon list.
Valorant Phantom cost 2900 credits, it has high damage, fast fire rate that come with silencer and 2 firing mode. Phantom recoil is low and easy to control, it is a good mid to close range gun.
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This recoil test of Phantom spray pattern is being spray in 20 meter range. (Most combat range).
Primary fire: When using Phantom with primary fire you will be able to spray your first 5 to 7 bullets very accurate but after that the recoil can be random.
Alternative fire: Using Phantom with alternative fire will bring out scope and reduce recoil but also slow down the gun fire rate.
Spraying with Phantom: As mention above the Phantom is a spray gun that is very accurate in close range but after 5 to 7 bullets it can be hard. So practice short spray is recommended.
Holding angle with Phantom: Phantom is also a good gun to use for holding defensive angle because it got silencer build in which is really good to stealthy take out an enemy who walk into your crosshair.
Best time to use Phantom: Use Phantom in a full buy round after 2 rounds after you win your pistol round.
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Weapon skin make your gun look nice visually and feel refresh. Here are all the Phantom skins in Valorant:
Name: Galleria Price: N/A
Name: Phantom Kingdom Price: N/A
Name: Rush Price: N/A
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7 of the Best Phantom Skins in Valorant
Skins in Valorant are on another level, especially when it comes to Phantom. Either to add stunning visuals of yourself with the phantom skins or to simply show off to other members in the match, you are in search of something unique and popular. Don’t worry this article is all about the top Phantom Skins Valorant has to offer. We also went a step further to rank skins from best to worst.
Brief Phantom Weapon Overview
There are two choices of automatic rifles in Valorant; either the Vandal or Phantom. The second one is great for closer to the medium range while comes with a higher rate of fire.
This means you can pretty much spray without any issue or worrying about that ammo. But, the con is that you don’t single head tap enemies in mid to long-range. Still, the higher rate of fire and easy spray makes it better in many situations.
There is a silencer on Phantom which allows you to spam it comfortably. In case of smokers or enemies rush in without thinking straight, Phantom can be spammed to punish them. Moreover, it can cost you 2900 credits in-game to use.
Top Phantom Skins Valorant Ranked
1. spectrum phantom.
Being a lover of Phantom or not, everyone has to agree that Spectrum Phantom is in a different class than other skins in Valorant. The look, the sound, the animation, the color scheme, and that music, everything looks top notch.
Spectrum Phantom was a result of developers with Zedd Artist. There is a minimalistic design, coming up with the main color of white and then a bit of red/blue shade to it. The reason for it being a hype was RGB lighting that appeared when you fire the weapon, inspect it, or on the finisher.
That leads us to the upgradation part of this skin and well you pretty much everything here like the Variants of black, red, and black. Furthermore, you also have those VFX, GFX, Finisher, and Sounds to let everyone else know how cool you are
The Spectrum Phantom came up being the most expensive skin for around 2675 Valorant Points
2. Glitchpop Weapon Skin
Still one of the most popular Phantom Skins Valorant has to offer. The Glitchpop Phantom comes close second to the Spectrum Phantom with its hipster style. If you like the Cyberpunk theme, then Glitchpop Phantom is going to be your go-to skin in Valorant. Glitchpop works very well with many different agent’s styles and is a top choice in our list of the best skins for Agent Killjoy .
The original Glitchpop Phantom comes with that blue, red, and black shade while you also have various other choices because of Variants. Yes, you can get the Red Variant and the Gold Variant for this weapon if you don’t like the original color scheme
Just like the Spectrum Skin, you have everything here to upgrade like the VFX, the animations, the finisher, that amazing kill banner, and sound effects. This colored hipster skin is meant for everything to like because of the color scheme and animations.
You can get the skin for around 2175 Valorant Points
3. Protocol 781-A Phantom Skin
The latest complete skin bundle on the market, Protocol Phantom looks as if you are a terminator from the future and looking to kill five enemies on your way. Every gun has a unique thing to it and here it is the Robotic Gun talking to you as if it’s completely alive on its own.
Alongside the robotic vibe, there is a military scheme on it that you surely will like. There is also space for upgradation because of VFX, Animation, Finisher, Sound effects, and VO (Voice-over). Still, if you have issues with the White/Pink Variant, you can go for the Red/Blue Variant that uses a Male voice.
Protocol 781-A Phantom skin costs around 2475 Valorant Point
4. Ion Phantom Skin
Ion Phantom – the skin which looks like a nuclear-powered gun. Well, this here is also a fan favorite because of its simplistic and futuristic look. Just as the name suggests, this weapon looks like an ion blaster from the future with that blue core design at the center.
The main color here is White, backed up by black and a bit of blue to give that perfect look. Unlike the upper two we have in our list of top Phantom Skins Valorant, there are no variants here.
Except that there is everything you might ever need in a Phantom Skin like the VFX, the Animations, and that beautiful Finisher. All in one, Ion Phantom is a likable Phantom skin for people in search of something simple but want everything same as Singularity or Glitchpop
You can get this skin for around 1775 Valorant Points
5. Singularity Phantom Skin
One of the most jaw-dropping skins Valorant has ever dropped, Singularity Phantom is that unique skin you have been wanting for a long time. The story behind the skin is that it’s made up of Radianite that allows it to reform around it constantly.
Singularity has an all-black tone to it, while a cool animation appears when you reload the gun or fire bullets. There are line patterns on the edges that make the gun unique. The color combination your will find is Purplish and Blackish, while it’s themed after mystery.
Furthermore, there is VFX, GFX, Animation, sound effects, and Finisher available for Singularity Phantom as well. In case you want other color combinations, you can go for the Red one or the Blue one. All in one, it’s a unique concept not even found anywhere else out there.
You can get this amazing skin for around 2175 Valorant Points
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6. Prime 2.0 Phantom Skin
Everyone has that Prime 2.0 Phantom Skin on their hands recently and there is a good reason behind it. First of all, it is budget-friendly and secondly, it gives you a complete package with its variants to choose from, its VFX, Animations, GFX, Sound effects, and Finishers.
There is a tone of Golden, Black, and White on the skin with glowing edges that make the skin look incredible. In case you don’t like this scheme, you can change it to either the Variant Orange, the Cyan, or the Red one.
You can get this Prime 2.0 Phantom Skin for a low Valorant Point of 1775
7. BlastX Phantom Skin
It has been a while with the BlastX collection but the Phantom still shines. Just like Singularity, there is something unique with the skin that always takes you away from getting it. The Lego theme with those Lego bullets, sound effects, and gift wrap always look mesmerizing.
BlastX brings to you a lot of upgrade options as well like the VFX, Animations, Finishers, and 3 different variants to choose from. If you don’t like the Purple, Green, and white shade on the original one, you can change it to Black, Yellow, and Pink.
This skin can cost you around 2175 Valorant Points
Phantom is one of the most regularly used weapons in Valorant alongside Vandal. For that reason, there are a lot of skin choices from developers to choose from. Mostly, all of the famous Phantom Skins Valorant introduced came up with their VFX, GFX, Sound Effects, Finishers, and Variants. So, we ranked the top Phantom Skins in Valorant in this article to help you make a decision.
If you liked this weapon skin review, feel free to also check out our list of the best skins for Marshal in Valorant .
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Riot has announced the latest line of weapon skins for Valorant , but the developer had some help this time around. For this batch, Riot collaborated with EDM artist Zedd to make a line up of musically infused weapon varieties.
The skin line will be called Spectrum, and Riot debuted the first look at each of the guns on Tuesday. The bundle includes skins for the Phantom, Guardian, Bulldog and Classic weapons, as well as for the knife melee weapon. Each skin has three variant colors (purple, red, and black) and a few upgrades, which players can unlock with Radianite Points.
The skins’ base variety is a sleek white with bright LEDs on the side, which change colors as you move, like the lights in a club. Spectrum skins also have unique animations for kills, a variety of unique firing sounds, and their round-finisher upgrade turns the map into a giant dance party.
This latest skin line isn’t the first time that Riot has collaborated with Zedd either. Back in 2016, the artist did the theme song for that year’s League of Legends World Championship — a track that remains a favorite of League fans today. While Riot has made plenty of exciting skins in the past, Spectrum seems to have some of the most complicated cosmetics the developer has ever made for Valorant. They’re definitely the most in-depth since last year’s Elderflame skins .
The Spectrum skin line is set to arrive in the Valorant in-game store on Wednesday. The bundle, which includes all the skins, two gun buddies, a player card, and a spray, will cost a whopping 10,700 Valorant Points. For some perspective there, 11,000 Valorant Points costs $99.99.
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In Valorant, the Phantom rifle is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of many players, from casual enthusiasts to seasoned professionals. Given its prowess, characterized by spray control, quick aim reset, and stealthy no-tracers capability, it’s no wonder players aim to adorn it with the most striking skins available. If you want to elevate your Phantom’s aesthetic game, you’re in the right place. This article curates the Valorant Best Phantom Skins , highlighting their unique features and appeal.
Top 10 Best Phantom Skins in Valorant
From vibrant animations to immersive sound effects, these ten skins elevate the Phantom’s aesthetic appeal, making it not just a weapon but a statement piece in every match.
1. Spectrum Phantom
The Spectrum Phantom, designed by Zedd, is not just a skin; it’s a statement. Its enthralling animation and unparalleled sound elements offer an auditory and visual treat. Players can choose between four vibrant shades: black, red, purple, and pink.
- Skin Bundle: Spectrum Collection
- Price: 2675 VP
2. Ion Phantom
Firing the Ion Phantom evokes the sensation of releasing real lasers. The skin is a feast for the senses and offers a thrilling experience.
- Skin Bundle: Ion Collection
- Price: 1775 VP
3. Reaver Phantom
The Reaver Phantom is the embodiment of elegance and power. With its captivating variants, top-notch animations, and intense shooting effects, it’s a must-have for any collection.
- Skin Bundle: Reaver Collection
4. Protocol 781-A Phantom
This skin turns your Phantom into an interactive buddy. It communicates with you through various in-game actions, adding a personal touch to each kill.
- Skin Bundle: Protocol 781-A Collection
- Price: 2475 VP
5. Prime Phantom
The Prime Phantom is the timeless emblem of the Valorant community. Its animations, especially the reload and finisher, provide endless entertainment.
- Skin Bundle: Prime Collection
6. Radiant Entertainment System Phantom
As one of the newest entries, this Ultra edition skin boasts impeccable VFX, elevating the gaming experience to cinematic levels.
- Skin Bundle: Radiant Entertainment System Collection
- Price: 2975 VP
7. BlastX Phantom
For those who love a touch of whimsy, the BlastX, with its nerf-gun design, is a delightful choice. It’s a playful reminder not to take the game too seriously.
- Skin Bundle: BlastX Collection
- Price: 2175 VP
8. Champions 2022 Phantom
As the name suggests, this skin is genuinely champion-worthy. The ruby aura it emanates is visually striking and encapsulates the spirit of victory.
- Skin Bundle: Champions 2022 Collection
9. Recon Phantom
Championed by pro players, the Recon Phantom is a testament to precision and style. Its unique kill sound and sleek design make it a favorite among many.
- Skin Bundle: Recon Collection
10. Oni Phantom
The Oni Phantom remains unbeaten in popularity. It’s intricate design and unmatched shooting and finisher effects make it the ultimate Phantom skin.
- Skin Bundle: Oni Collection
From the futuristic to the classic, from the whimsical to the majestic, Valorant’s Phantom skins offer many choices to suit every player’s style. Whether you’re aiming to make a statement or seeking a fresh look for your favorite rifle, there’s a Phantom skin just for you.
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- March 20, 2023
Valorant Phantom Skins Review — A Complete List
- by Matthew Paxton
There are several excellent choices available if you’re a fan of Valorant and want to add a Phantom skin to your collection. This guide will help you choose the best Phantom skin for your playstyle, whether you’re looking for a specific skin or just want to see what’s out there.
To help you find the best Phantom skin for your collection, we’ll list every skin, bundle, and pricing that’s currently on sale in Valorant. Relax and take your time browsing the many Phantom skins available in Valorant.
Here’s A Complete List of Phantom Skins In Valorant
All exclusive phantom skins.
Let’s begin with all the exclusive Phantom Skins in Valorant. The Exclusive Tier in Valorant features five different Phantom skins, and is the second-highest tier in the game, with some of the most expensive bundles. Here are the following:
Ruination: 2,175 VP
League of Legends fans loved the Phantom’s Ruination skin. Riot Games’ Sentinels of Light event commemorated Viego’s return to Runeterra with this skin. Ruination Phantom is darker than Sentinels of Light. Red, purple, and green skins have unique sound effects that improve shooting.
Singularity: 2,175 VP
Singularity skins are dark-themed electric Phantom skins that cost 2,175 VP each. Red, purple, and blue skins have a lit pipe through the metal body and an electric circuit around it.
Spectrum: 2,675 VP
Riot and DJ Zedd’s Spectrum bundle is Valorant’s most popular and pricey. It was Riot’s first artist collaboration, and the bundle’s Phantom skin was a hit. Zedd’s custom sound effects make the Spectrum bundle’s Phantom skin popular. The skin’s kaleidoscopic kill animation adds value.
BlastX: 2,175 VP
Valorant’s BlastX bundle includes brightly packaged pink prop pistols. This bundle’s green and pink Phantom weapon shoots visible pallets to help aim.
Glitchpop: 2,175 VP
The skins have a cyberpunk-inspired style that incorporates neon hues and illuminating elements to give them an appearance that is both cutting-edge and futuristic.
All Premium Phantom Skins
In Valorant, there are nine distinct Phantom skins available to purchase in the premium category. These skins are extremely popular among players.
These skins are perfect for players who place a high priority on having superb sound effects but prefer animations that take a more understated approach. The price of a premium skin is normally set at 1,775 VP and provides a reasonable compromise between the skin’s esthetic appeal and its accessibility.
Oni: 1,775 VP
The Japanese-themed skins include an Oni mask mounted to the guns, providing a ferocious aspect to the usually modest Phantom. Oni’s delicate sound aspects are the ultimate favorite among spray lovers of the game. When enhanced, the mask generates a colorful smoke, which looks pretty spectacular in notable actions.
Valorant Go! Vol 1: 1,775 VP
It features a Reyna-themed cartoony and colorful design, with bright colors and bold patterns.
Radiant Crisis 001: 1,775 VP
It is a futuristic and sci-fi-themed design, with sleek and angular lines, and a metallic finish that gives the weapons a high-tech appearance.
The Spline Phantom is an artistic, imaginative, and somber weapon skin that is relatively rare among Valorant players, possibly due to its lack of a complex backstory or unique theme. The skin features a wiry design with stunning gradient hues.
Prime 2.0: 1,775 VP
The thrill of defeating adversaries is amplified by the gold and silver weapon from the Prime 2.0 skin collection, thanks to its sleek look and slight electrical noise animation. Players who value mobility in combat often choose this weapon for its relatively low weight.
The Recon skin collection features a tactical and stealthy design, with muted colors and camouflage patterns that give the weapons a covert appearance.
Nebula: 1,775 VP
Dark blue and purple tones, as well as wavy nebula patterns, are included in the design of the Nebula skin collection, which has a space and cosmos-inspired motif.
Celestial: 1,775 VP
The Celestial Phantom skin in Valorant takes its design cues from otherworldly artifacts and materials, as suggested by the game’s name. The skin has a muted background with a golden color scheme and moving meteors that are set against the backdrop.
Nonetheless, considering that it has a one-of-a-kind appearance, the Celestial Phantom is believed to be rare in the game because it only comes in a limited number of versions and animations. As a result, there is less of a desire for it among gamers.
Ion: 1,775 VP
The guns have a high-tech and futuristic design, with sleek lines and striking colors, giving them a look that is reminiscent of science fiction.
Reaver 2.0: 1,775 VP
The Reaver is a perfect match for the Phantom’s dark aesthetic. It has great color variants, a satisfying headshot sound, powerful reload animation, and a killer finisher move that sends players straight to hell.
ALL DELUXE PHANTOM SKINS
The Deluxe skins in Valorant are differentiated from other skins by their straightforward design, which has few or no animations or sound effects. These skins have an average price of 1,275 VP per skin and often feature a see-through exterior that displays a subtly animated scenic picture on the interior of the glass.
Players continue to enjoy using deluxe skins because of their modest and sophisticated appearance, although these skins do not have particularly elaborate designs.
Minima: 1,275 VP
The Minima Phantom skin is a well-liked option among players who value a matte black appearance that is uncluttered and uncomplicated, although it does not have any sophisticated motifs. This skin does not have any special animations or sound effects, which may be seen as a positive by those players who prefer to have as few distractions as possible while they are playing.
Avalanche: 1, 275 VP
As opposed to other skins, the Avalanche Phantom does not have a kill finisher or a sound component. As a result, it is a sensible option for players competing in high-stakes games that emphasize minimalism rather than gimmicky effects.
The Avalanche Phantom skin in Valorant takes its design cues from crystals and ice, featuring a solid exterior that, from a range, gives the impression of being made of glass. The skin is made of an opulent crystal material in various colors of blue, which lends an air of refined sophistication to the otherwise reasonably priced rifle.
Silvanus: 1,275 VP
The Silvanus skin, designed by Riot Games, brings back the see-through aesthetic with its stunning blue tones. The Phantom rifle has a glassy finish, and the interior features a beautiful blue landscape. There is some animation in the background, but no audio effects in the skin.
Winterwunderland: 1, 275 VP
As a part of the 2021 Christmas Collection, the skin includes a glass-like style that was still relatively new in Valorant at the time, and players loved the holiday-themed cosmetics.
Prism: 1,275 VP
Those that are looking for straightforward skin with a unique color palette frequently choose the Prism option. This gradient skin is distinguished from other skins in the Deluxe category by its one-of-a-kind purple illumination effect.
Snowfall: 1,275 VP
It features a wintery and icy design, with shades of blue and white that evoke the feeling of a cold winter day.
All Select Phantom Skins
The Select tier is the most affordable skin tier in Valorant, with skins in the blue circle category that are relatively cheap and straightforward in design.
While these skins may not be as flashy or impressive as higher-tier skins, they add a pop of color to a player’s inventory and are often purchased to complete collections for less-used weapons. In the Select tier, Phantom skins cost 875 VP, and there are currently three skins available.
Smite: 875 VP
The Smite Phantom is a popular choice among players who want to add a touch of sophistication to their weapon collection without breaking the bank. The skin may not have any unique animations or sound effects, but its impressive visual appeal is enough to make it a desirable addition to any player’s arsenal. It is a standout skin in the low Select category in Valorant.
Despite its affordable price, this weapon skin boasts a unique thunderstorm pattern that gives it a more expensive appearance. The dark and light blue color gradient further enhances the skin’s overall aesthetic, adding a stylish touch to the otherwise simple design.
Galleria: 875 VP
Players who prefer a clean and straightforward aesthetic are drawn to the Galleria skin collection. It features visually pleasing and minimal designs, characterized by a brick red background with a white bunny hopping on it.
The skin collection does not have a glass body or any animations, but it stands out due to its unique color palette and the cute bunny design that adds a playful touch to the otherwise simple set.
Rush: 875 VP
The Rush Phantom skin in Valorant is an excellent choice for players who prefer a more understated design without heavy imprints or extravagant animations. This skin features a unique geometric pattern painted in red and white colors, adding a pop of color to an otherwise dull inventory at an affordable price.
See Also : Valorant’s RGX Classic Skin
When selecting a Phantom skin in Valorant, players should consider various factors that influence their preferences and playstyle. The first aspect to consider is the skin tier.
Each tier offers different designs, animations, and sound effects, so players should choose a skin that matches their budget and aesthetic preferences. Ultimately, the best way to choose a Phantom skin is to take the time to evaluate each option’s features and consider how they match your personal preferences and playstyle.
By selecting a skin that is both functional and visually appealing, players can enhance their gameplay [ 1 ] experience and make their weapons stand out in Valorant.
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5 Rekomendasi Skin Phantom Terbaik di Valorant
- 20 Oct 23 | 12:18
Selain Vandal, Phantom adalah jenis senjata yang paling sering digunakan para pemain Valorant. Bagaimana tidak, phantom memiliki fire rate yang lebih cepat dibandingkan senjata Vandal . Selain karena fire rate- nya yang lebih cepat, kapasitas ammo phantom juga lebih banyak . Hal inilah yang membuat senjata phantom menjadi senjata yang populer dan sering digunakan para pemain.
Selain itu, di Valorant kalian bisa menggunakan skin dengan efek khusus untuk senjata yang kalian pakai. Contohnya adalah senjata phantom yang memiliki banyak varian skin menarik. Berikut adalah rekomendasi skin phantom terbaik di Valorant yang bisa kalian gunakan ketika bermain.
Skin Reaver adalah seri yang diminati para pemain. Desain yang dihadirkan pada skin ini sangatlah tidak biasa. Reaver mengusung tema ritual gelap yang memberikan nuansa creepy .
Dengan efek suara tembakan yang enak untuk didengar. Ditambah dengan suara kill yang terdengar suara lonceng yang ikonik. Dan ketika kalian berhasil mengeliminasi musuh terakhir, kalian bisa melihat efek finishing- nya yang membuat seolah-olah musuh diseret masuk ke neraka.
Skin satu ini mengusung tema ala cowboy western . Dengan desain klasik ala barat yang membuat sensasi penggunanya merasa menjadi seorang cowboy sungguhan. Efek yang dihadirkan Neofrontier ini juga sangat mengesankan.
Ditambah dengan animasi poster Wanted yang ditampilkan saat kalian berhasil mengeliminasi musuh terakhir. Dan animasi reload yang juga membuatnya berbeda dari yang lain. Skin ini tersedia dalam empat varian warna dan Neofrontier bisa menjadi pilihan terbaik untuk kamu yang pengen skin phantom ala western.
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Rekomendasi skin phantom terbaik di Valorant yang selanjutnya adalah Radiant Entertainment System Phantom . Skin yang satu ini bertemakan game arcade-arcade jadul seperti game dance, action fighting , dan game arcade lainnya. Saat menggunakan skin ini, kita seperti diajak bernostalgia ke tahun 90-an awal di mana game arcade mulai berkembang.
Suara efek tembak, kill , serta finishing dari skin ini juga kental dengan nuansa arcade . Sehingga kita benar-benar merasa sedang bernostalgia ketika bermain. Skin satu ini memiliki tiga varian warna dengan efek dan animasi finishing yang berbeda untuk setiap warna.
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Skin seri Blast X satu ini juga wajib kalian miliki. Tema yang dihadirkan pada skin ini bertemakan sebuah mainan. Dapat dilihat dari desain senjatanya yang terlihat seperti mainan anak-anak.
Animasi pergantian senjata yang seperti membuka sebuah kado membuatnya punya keunikannya tersendiri. Saat berhasil melakukan finishing , musuh akan dibungkus sebuah kotak kado yang sangat besar sehingga kesan senjata mainannya cukup terasa. Skin satu ini juga patut dinobatkan sebagai skin phantom terbaik.
Dari sekian banyak skin phantom , skin inilah yang akan selalu jadi pemenang dihati para pemain. Spectrum phantom adalah skin hasil dari kolaborasi antara Valorant dengan DJ Zedd. Kemunculan skin phantom ini, langsung disambut baik oleh para pemain.
Spectrum memiliki desain yang simpel modern. Tak banyak komponen dari skin ini, tapi yang membuatnya spesial adalah ketika kalian menekan tombol Y maka skin ini akan mengeluarkan sebuah alunan musik yang juga berpengaruh pada efek finishing- nya. Skin ini adalah yang paling direkomendasikan diantara skin phantom yang lain.
Kesimpulannya, rekomendasi skin phantom terbaik di Valorant tadi layak untuk digunakan. Masing-masing skin memiliki efek visual serta keunikannya tersendiri. Jadi, apa kalian berminat untuk punya salah satu dari kelima skin di atas? Atau kalian udah punya semuanya? Tulis jawaban kalian pada kolom komentar!
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