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The Phantom is a Rifle that is a primary weapon in VALORANT .
- 2.1 Primary Fire TTK
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- 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.
- 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"
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- 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
- 2 VALORANT Points
- 3 Weapon Skins
Valorant Spectrum skins: visuals and pricing
A look at the Zedd x Valorant Spectrum skin bundle, a flashy new collaboration coming to Valorant.
Valorant is getting a musical makeover courtesy of the Spectrum skin bundle. The new set of pristine sci-fi skins were created in partnership with DJ Zedd, who worked to “design and mix” every single audio effect the guns have. As an XE Tier item, they’ll be one of the priciest bundles to hit the game. Interested to learn more? We break down the Valorant Spectrum skins visuals and pricing below for you to assess.
Valorant Spectrum skins, visuals, and pricing
There are five weapons included in the Valorant Spectrum bundle, along with two gun buddies, a card, and a spray. Here’s the full list:
Spectrum bulldog, spectrum guardian, spectrum phantom, waveform melee.
- Spectrum Gun Buddy
- Zedd Gun Buddy
- Spectrum Card
- Spectrum Spray
The Valorant Spectrum skins were introduced by Zedd himself in a showcase video which we’ve embedded below. It gives you a taste of the sounds you can enjoy with each gun, though you’ll have to upgrade their versions to unlock the full suite of effects. Below, we’ve also given a look at each weapon included.
Valorant Spectrum Skins
All the Spectrum skins start in their base white form, but you can adjust them to black, red, and a purple-pink variants as well. We’ve shown a variety below so that you can get an idea of the style for each one.
Spectrum skin levels
As you’d expect from a fancy bundle, the Valorant Spectrum skins can be upgraded to gain new effects. This time, it’s all about movement. The skins will shift through different colors as you travel around the map. Here’s how the Spectrum levels break down:
- Level 1: Adds ADS colors which change the sight color as you move.
- Level 2: Adds unique firing audio and a muzzle flash which changes color as you move.
- Level 3: Adds equip and reload visual effects which change color as you move. Also adds a unique inspect sound effect to each weapon.
- Level 4: Adds a kill banner and finisher. The Finisher colors will change around the map and depending on whether or not the Spike has been planted.
In the case of the Waveform Melee set, when you upgrade it, it’ll gain unique animations and audio as well as the same inspect effect. When attacking, the Waveform leaves a, you guessed it, waveform effect at the point of impact.
Valorant Spectrum skin prices
The Valorant Spectrum bundle is an Exclusive, or XE, Tier, making it the most expensive skin bundle in the game and priced at over $100. Here’s what we know about the price of the bundle an all individual skins:
- Spectrum bundle: 10,700 VP
- Spectrum individual skins: 2,675 VP
- Waveform melee: 5,350VP
We’ll update as you learn more about the individual pricing options for the Valorant Spectrum skins.
Looking for more Valorant skins? Check these out:
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5 Best Phantom Skins in Valorant
This is our guide to the top 5 Phantom skins in Valorant.
This is a list of the five best phantom skins, which are either newly released or haven’t made the list in our previous list .
When it comes to Valorant, the Phantom is a safe bet and one of the most commonly used rifles in the game. The Phantom’s ability to spray down enemies and its ease of use make it a beginner-friendly weapon.
Fortunately, the Phantom also has a wide variety of really cool-looking skins; here’s a list of a few we think are among the best.
Here is a list of 5 Best Phantom Skins in Valorant
Glitchpop 2.0 (cost: 2175).
Glitchpop Phantom is a part of the Glitchpop 2.0 collection, released in patch 2.02.
This Phantom comes in four different colour variants: default, blue, red, and gold.
Each of these variants will require 15 Radianite points to unlock.
Glitchpop Phantom also comes with three upgrades: two levels of VFX and a Finisher
Level 2 VFX: New muzzle flash and gunfire visual and sound effects Level 3 VFX: New model VFX New equip animation and sound effect New inspect sound effects and gunfire animation New reload visual and sound effect Level 4 Finisher New kill banner and kill sound effect The final kill plays a finisher animation.
Spectrum (cost: 2675)
Spectrum Phantom is a part of the Spectrum collection, released in patch 3.05.
This Phantom is a collaborative collection with Zedd.
This skin comes in four different colour variants; default white, black, red, and purple.
Spectrum Phantom has three levels of upgrades; two levels of VFX and a finisher.
Level 2 VFX: New muzzle flash and gunfire visual and sound effect Level 3 VFX: New model VFX with additional colouring New equip visual and sound effect New inspect sound effects with additional animation New reload visual and sound effect Level 4 Finisher New kill banner and kill sound effect The final kill plays a finisher animation.
Ruination (cost: 2175)
Ruination Phantom is a part of the Ruination collection, released in patch 3.01.
This collection is a part of the “Sentinels of Light” event by Riot Games.
This skin comes in four different colour variants; default, purple, red-yellow and green.
Ruination Phantom comes with three levels of upgrades; two levels in VFX and a finisher.
Level 2 VFX: New muzzle flash and gunfire visual and sound effects Level 3 VFX: New model visual sound effect New equip visual and sound effect New inspect sound effect New reload visual and sound effect Level 4 Finisher: New kill banner and kill sound effect The final kill of the round will play a finisher animation.
Champions 2022 ( cost 2675)
Champions Phantom is a part of the Champions 2022 collection, released on 5.04.
The Champions Phantom is a limited-time skin and comes only in a single colour variant.
This skin also comes with three levels of upgrades; VFX, Finisher, and Champions’ Aura.
Level 2 VFX: New inspect animation and visual effect New muzzle flash and gunfire visual effect Level 3 VFX: New kill banner and kill sound effect The final kill of the round plays a finisher animation Level 4 Champion’s Aura Every 5 kills will add a red crystal on the gun If the player has the most kills in the game, the gun will receive a golden aura.
RGX 11z Pro (cost: 2175)
RGX Phantom is part of the RGX 11z Pro collection, released in patch 4.08.
This skin comes in four different colour variants; default green, red, blue, and yellow.
The RGX Phantom has four levels of upgrade; VFX, Animation, Finisher and a Kill counter.
Level 2 VFX: New model visual effect New muzzle flash and gunfire visual and sound effect Level 3 Animation: New equip and inspect sound effect Bullet tracers will match the gun’s colour New reload sound effect New hit markers Level 4 Finisher: New kill banner and kill sound effect The final kill of the round will play a finisher animation Level 5 Kill Counter: New model visual effect Adds a kill counter on the gun keeping a track of your kills.
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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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[Top 10] Valorant Best Phantom Skins That Look Freakin' Awesome
The Phantom is arguably the best gun in VALORANT. Why? Because of its high accuracy, fast fire rate, and great one-tap potential for short-range gunfights. But the default skin for arguably the best gun in the game is kind of lame. It doesn’t even have an interesting shape, but luckily we can fix that with some skins!
But what skins should you buy if they pop into your store?
10. Radiant Crisis 001
The Radiant Crisis 001 collection
Skin Spotlight here .
Starting off this list we have the Radiant Crisis Phantom. This skin is simple, it’s just a default Phantom model, but it’s made in a comic book aesthetic. And that’s all that this skin needs. The color change and the iconic comic book shading do enough to make this skin stand out, but that’s not all, if you choose to upgrade the skin, you can get effects that fit the comic book theme perfectly!
- You’ll get onomatopoeia whenever you equip, reload or fire your gun
- A really good kill banner
- An amazing finisher that sends your opponent flying into the sky
It’s not much, but it sells the theme really well. If you’re a comic book fan, consider getting this skin for 1775 VP plus 20 Radianite Points (RP) to fully upgrade it.
The Singularity collection
The Singularity Phantom is the only skin that’s truly space-themed. The obsidian body, coupled with the otherworldly crystal makes for an amazing base skin. But the part where the skin truly shines is in its effects.
For 2175 VP you’ll get:
- An alien-sounding firing effect
- Lots of moving parts
- Transparent parts
- A great kill banner
- An amazing finisher that creates a black hole that absorbs your enemy
It’s a great skin, and all the added sound effects make for a top-notch skin. You will have to spend 30 RP in order to fully upgrade it, and 15 extra RP for each variant you want to unlock
8. Prime 2.0
The Prime 2.0 Phantom
The Prime 2.0 Phantom is yet another really popular skin, and it’s easy to see why. It’s sleek, modern, and it gives off a premium feel. It’s satisfying and fun to use, and the gold and glass body of the gun makes the skin look pristine. The golden bull on the back of the gun is a nice added detail, and it’s a nice way to differentiate the Prime skins from the Prime 2.0 skins.
But the reason why this skin is so good is the fact that it is a Prime skin, and with that, you get exactly what you’d expect from other Prime skins:
- An extremely satisfying shooting effect
- An amazing kill banner
- A great finisher
- And a completely unique reload animation that makes the skin stand out
And the best part about this skin is that it’s not that expensive! You’ll have to pay 1775 VP to get the skin and 30 RP for the upgrades. But keep in mind that you will have to pay an extra 15 RP for each variant you want to unlock.
7. Protocol 781-A
The Protocol Phantom
Skin Spotlight here.
The only Ultimate skin on this list is the Protocol Phantom. What makes this skin so good is how well it sells its aesthetic. If Glitchpop’s dystopia is goofy and colorful, Protocol’s dystopia is dark and gritty. The Protocol Phantom looks like it is designed to kill. It’s compact, efficient, and it looks easy to use. And with this being an Ultimate skin, you get some unique effects if you choose to upgrade your skin:
- A unique equip animation
- A satisfying kill banner and firing sound effect
Of course, you also get the ultimate feature of this skin for an extra 10 RP, voice lines. This Phantom talks whenever you get a kill or whenever you decide to inspect the gun. And the great part is that the voice lines are different depending on how you kill your enemy!
It’s an amazing skin to have, and the only obvious drawback to it is the price. This skin costs 2475 VP plus 40 RR to fully upgrade it. You can also spend an extra 15 VP to unlock a variant that has a different voice.
The Ruination collection
The Ruination Phantom is another extremely popular skin in VALORANT, for a few simple reasons. It has strong ties with League, and a lot of people like that, but that’s not the main reason it is so popular. The main thing that makes this skin so appealing to a lot of players it’s the fantasy and gothic aesthetic. It’s edgy but in all the good ways.
And if you choose to buy and upgrade this skin, you’ll get all the spooky and edgy effects:
- An equip animation that pulls the gun out of the Black Mist
- A ghastly sounding firing effect
- A satisfying kill banner
- An extremely good finisher
To add to that, you also get some of the best variants on a phantom, but you will have to pay an extra 15 RP for each one you want to unlock.
You’ll have to pay 2175 VP to get this skin, plus 30 RP to fully upgrade it.
The Ion Phantom
The Ion Phantom is quite iconic. It’s clean, subtle, and offers a premium feel. It offers a futuristic look, without being over-the-top. Everything looks good on this gun. The base model without any upgrades is amazing, the shape is interesting, and the clean, glossy, white stands out on the battlefield. But if you choose to upgrade the skin, you will get some amazing effects:
- A blue energy core that reveals itself when you equip the gun
- An amazing firing sound effect
- A pretty good kill banner and finisher
Although it doesn’t seem like much, all the effects come together perfectly to create an amazing-looking skin. It’s satisfying to use, it’s pretty to look at, but it’s not distracting at all. And you get all that for 1775 VP plus 30 RP to fully upgrade it. And if you get really lucky, you might just get it in your next Night Market!
The Oni collection
The Oni Phantom is one of the most popular Phantom skins in the game, and the reason for that is simple. It looks amazing. As the name implies the skin’s aesthetic is strongly tied to the “Oni”, a kind of demon in Japanese folklore. The base model looks beautiful with a combination of bright red and subtle green accents. Plus the mask on the back of the gun is extremely detailed, this skin sells the “Oni” aesthetic really well.
But the skin isn’t this popular just because the base model looks nice, there are also the effects:
- The firing effect fits the theme perfectly
- The kill sound and banner are extremely satisfying
- The Oni Phantom has one of the best finishers in the game
- The variants offer different aesthetics that fit everyone
Besides all of that, it’s also an OG skin, being the first premium Phantom skin in the game. And you can get all that with 1775 VP plus 30 RP to fully upgrade it. But you’ll need to unlock each variant individually with 15 RP.
3. Glitchpop 2.0
The Glitchpop 2.0 collection
The Glitchpop Phantom needs no introduction. This skin is well made, extremely detailed, fun to use, and fun to look at. They did an amazing job with the dystopian hyper-consumerist aesthetic. The skin is fun, goofy, and it doesn’t take itself too seriously. And that’s perfect for this aesthetic! The base model of the skin, without any upgrades, looks great. It’s fun and colorful, and pleasant to look at.
But since this is an Exclusive Edition skin, the upgrades add all the over-the-top features such as:
- Fictional ads on the side of your gun
- A satisfying shooting effect
- A silly and fun finisher
The only drawback for some might be the price. Since this is an Exclusive Edition skin, you’ll have to pay a bit more to get it. This skin costs 2175 VP plus 30 RP for the upgrades. Each variant will cost an additional 15 RP.
The BlastX collection
Continuing with the goofy and over-the-top theme, we have the BlastX Phantom. This is one of the best collections in the game. It’s silly, goofy, and fun. And this is no different for the Phantom. This Phantom skin looks like a huge Nerf gun. With foam darts that stick on walls, a full plastic body, and effects to match the toy gun aesthetic. That’s the reason why this skin is so good, it sells its theme extremely well. The base model looks perfect, and you get a few sound effects that make the gun sounds like you’re handling a plastic toy without spending VP to upgrade it.
But if you choose the upgrade the skin, you’ll get:
- The most satisfying firing effect
- A unique equip animation that rips the gift wrap off the gun
- The mentioned foam darts that stick on walls
- A goofy finisher
This skin is also on the more expensive side, setting you back 2175 VP plus 30 RP to fully upgrade it.
The Spectrum collection
The best Phantom skin we have currently is the Spectrum Phantom. Why? Because it has something for everyone. The base model looks sleek and minimalist, but it looks unique and interesting. The collaboration between Zedd and VALORANT was done perfectly because Zedd added a lot of the unique sound effects of the skin. The finisher, the firing sound effect, the kill banner. So if you’re a fan of his or a fan of music in general, this is the perfect skin for you.
Besides that, you also get a lot of unique features exclusive to this skin if you choose to upgrade it.
- A satisfying firing sound effect
- The only kill banner that has a unique sound effect for getting a 6K
- Parts of the gun change colors as you move around the map
- The gun plays a song when you inspect it
- A great finisher that plays music if you manage to get the last kill
It’s a great skin overall, and that’s why it gets the number one spot. But this skin has one drawback. It costs 2675 VP plus 30 RP to fully upgrade it. So it’s a bit more expensive when compared to all the other skins on this list.
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Valorant Spectrum Phantom
Skin price: 2675 VP
Release: Sept 8th 2021
The valorant spectrum phantom is part of the spectrum bundle and was released on Sept 8th 2021 for 2,675 VP. The skin comes with three variants in black, red and purple. The full set costs 10,700 VP and includes the melee weapon, classic pistol, bulldog, guardian and phantom rifles. The individual skins cost 2,675 VP with the unique melee weapon costing 5,350 VP.
Melee: 5,350 VP
Classic: 2675 VP
Bulldog: 2675 VP
Guardian: 2675 VP
Phantom: 2675 VP
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New Valorant X Zedd ‘Spectrum’ Skin Bundle Has Futuristic Style & Funky SFX
Valorant’s latest skin bundle is the result of a collaboration with German musician, Zedd, but you don’t have to be a fan of the DJ’s music to appreciate just how cool its futuristic design is. The new bundle not only looks super fresh but there’s also a funky musical beat that accompanies its finisher. The bundle releases tomorrow, Sept. 8.
It certainly isn’t cheap, though. At 10,700 VP, it’s the exclusive tier price range, right up there with Elderflame as the most expensive in the game. Here’s an overview of everything it features:
- SPECTRUM Phantom
- SPECTRUM Classic
- SPECTRUM Bulldog
- SPECTRUM Guardian
- WAVEFORM (melee)
- SPECTRUM Gun Buddy
- ZEDD Gun Buddy
- SPECTRUM Card
- SPECTRUM Spray
As usual, weapon skins can be upgraded by spending Radianite points. There are four tiers, and the Spectrum bundle has some unique features such as changing color when moving.
- Level 1 – Custom model with custom ADS reticle that changes color as you move
- Level 2 – Custom muzzle flash and firing audio; muzzle flash color changes as you move
- Level 3 – Custom equip and reload visual effects and audio; visual effects and accent colors change color as you move; custom inspect sound that is unique for each weapon and pulses to the beat of the sounds
- Level 4 – Kill Banner and Finisher (Finisher colors change depending on location and whether or not the bomb is planted)
- Variant 1 – Black Variant
- Variant 2 – Red Variant
- Variant 3 – Purple/Pink Variant
- Level 1 – Custom model with unique audio
- Level 2 – Visual effects upgrades with custom animation and upgraded audio; custom inspect sound that pulses to the beat of the sounds
In a press release, Sean Marino, Art Lead on Valorant at Riot Games, spoke of the design team’s goals when designing Spectrum:
“ Zedd was very interested in collaborating with us on a skin line because he’s a huge fan of Valorant. He was playing the game for many months before our team met him, so it was cool that he approached us as a Valorant player, not as Zedd the artist. When we first started talking about ideas, something we established really early on with him was that we wanted to make a skin that would be broadly appealing and awesome whether or not you were familiar with Zedd’s music or brand. This means that players who like sci-fi and sound-heavy skins would love this skin, rather than this just being a skin that only Zedd fans would enjoy. “
Preeti Khanolkar, Senior Producer on Valorant at Riot Games, also weighed in:
“ The Spectrum skin is the most ambitious and complex skin line we’ve ever made, arguably more complex than the Elderflame dragon. And Spectrum has the most new features of any skin out there. We often say that every skin has to have an “oh shit” moment, but I feel like this skin has several big “oh shit” moments. For example, the skin’s VFX and accent colors change continuously as you move through the map. Likewise, the Finisher color changes depending on where it spawns. And the Finisher is different if the bomb is planted and needs to be defused!
Not only did we add a unique set of sounds to the inspect (we named the inspect sound that plays “SEQUENCE”), those sounds are different on each weapon! So you can swap between your Phantom, Classic, and melee back-to-back to enjoy a different version of SEQUENCE with each weapon! This may not be a feature exactly, but this skin line was also a very unique collaboration because Zedd contributed so much work to the skin’s sounds–not just the inspect sound, but the firing sounds, melee swipes (which feel amazingly powerful and satisfying), spray sounds, and the Finisher sounds! I said this to Zedd recently: he’s officially a video game developer now! “
Here’s a quick breakdown of the Spectrum bundle’s key
Here’s a look at the Spectrum skin bundle in-game:
And here’s a glimpse of the finisher in action:
The Spectrum bundle arrives tomorrow along with the game’s latest patch, which kicks off Act 2 of Episode 3. Among many other changes and the launch of a new map, it is expected to change the competitive rank distribution for the better.
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5 Phantom Skins For Every Budget
Price doesn't matter!
Rush Phantom (875 Valorant Points)
Let's start with the cheap Phantom skin, which doesn't look so cheap at all. In our opinion, this is one of the most underrated skins in the game, and if you prefer Phantom over Vandal but don't want to spend your entire savings on skins, this one will definitely do. Of course, it doesn't have any visuals or sound effects but it costs less than $10 , and still has a better design than every single Select Edition skin. | © Riot Games
Prism Phantom (1275 Valorant Points)
But if you want something more minimalistic for slightly more money , this will be your go-to. This skin also doesn't have any fancy effects that you can unlock with Radianite Points, but it's just so clean and looks quite premium. If you need something "pretty" but not "flashy", go for Prism Phantom. | © Riot Games
Ion Phantom (1775 Valorant Points)
Next up, our pick for the actual best Phantom skin in the game – Ion Phantom. Just as skins like Prime Vandal, it makes our weapon feel a little lighter , and, we don't know why, it also makes us feel more confident while using it. Plus, it's another minimalistic design, so if you don't need too many fireworks on your skins, this one will be your pick. | © Riot Games
RGX 11z Pro Phantom (2175 Valorant Points)
However, if you need something more colorful, you might want to go for RGX 11z Pro Phantom; this one just screams "flashy". Besides beautiful animations, super satisfying shooting sound, it also comes with that famous StatTrak feature, meaning that this weapon counts all the kills you score with it during a match . Plus, it is available in 4 color variants (Green, Blue, Yellow, and Red), so you will likely find something for yourself. | © Riot Games
SPECTRUM x ZEDD Phantom (2675 Valorant Points)
And if you really don't mind spending a lot of money on your Phantom skin, you should totally go for the SPECTRUM Phantom. This skin was made in collaboration with a famous DJ named "Zedd ", and it is just a pure piece of art, no one can deny it. However, 2675 Valorant Points is not the only price you will have to pay for it; there's no way you are using this skin without leveling up , friends. That said, be sure to also spend some cash on Radianite Points, but we are telling you now - it will be worth it. | © Riot Games
It's hard to find a good Phantom skin in Valorant, Vandal is doing way better in that matter . However, it's not impossible, and today we have prepared a listing of 5 Phantom skins for every budget, starting from the Select tier. Without further ado, let's go!
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Riot and Zedd collaborate on Spectrum skin line, VALORANT’s first audio-driven bundle
Fans can enjoy a unique audio experience with the new skins.
Riot Games has revealed Spectrum, VALORANT’s first audio-driven skin line created in collaboration with world-renowned DJ Zedd.
VALORANT is home to dozens of unique skin designs that are perfect for almost any aesthetic, ranging from minimal designs to futuristic bundles of color. But the new Spectrum skin line takes a different approach, focusing on the sound design first and the skin models last.
“For Spectrum, we worked backwards—with audio first, VFX second, and model last,” said Chris Stone, senior weapons artist for VALORANT . “This required us to slightly rethink how we typically produce skins, but also was a fun challenge for the team that allowed us to develop the best skin possible.”
The Spectrum skin line comes in collaboration with Zedd, who’s a VALORANT enthusiast, alongside being a world-class DJ. The skin line was teased during the Year One Anthem video earlier this summer and fans have waited patiently for the skins to be revealed. Zedd was more involved than fans might expect, helping create the vision and feel of almost every sound in the bundle.
Senior sound designer Isaac Kikawa explained that Zedd provided a sound vision that Kikawa would adjust to match the VALORANT gameplay space. This created something that sounded like Zedd but matched the world of VALORANT .
It helps that Zedd is a VALORANT enthusiast and is an Immortal ranked player, too.
“The very first time I got my hands on VALORANT , I pretty much stopped playing all other games. It was the perfect combination of my favorite games,” Zedd said. “When I was younger I was obsessed with Counter-Strike , and in recent years I played loads of Overwatch , but felt like the room for ‘clutch’ moments just wasn’t there. When I heard about VALORANT , I thought it could combine my love for abilities with the high-consequence gameplay of a game like Counter-Strike .”
The Spectrum bundle is one of the “most ambitious and complex skin lines” the team has ever made, according to VALORANT senior producer Preeti Khanolkar. The details throughout each skin result in multiple “oh shit” moments and Zedd contributed a significant amount of work to the unique sounds for each weapon.
The new skins are also designed to be appealing to players, according to VALORANT art lead Sean Marino. Even if players aren’t familiar with Zedd or his brand, the sci-fi and sound-heavy skins are an excellent choice for any player looking for a new skin bundle.
The Spectrum bundle includes skins for the Phantom, Classic, Bulldog, Guardian, and Waveform Melee. The base version of each skin includes the custom model and ADS reticle that changes colors as you move. Level two adds a custom muzzle flash and firing audio, and the muzzle flash color changes as you move around the map.
Level three adds custom equip and reload audio and visual effects, as well as accent colors that change as you move. This level also introduces a custom inspect sound that’s different for each weapon and pulses to the beat of other sounds. The unique inspect sound is known as Sequence and highlights how much work went into creating a unique audio experience.
Level four adds a kill banner and finisher, which are two of the most exciting additions in the skin line. The finisher creates a Zedd and VALORANT logo above the killed player, shrouding the area in a colorful experience reminiscent of a nightclub. The finisher changes colors based on where it spawns and is slightly different if the bomb still needs to be defused when activated.
The bundle also includes a Spectrum gun buddy, Zedd gun buddy, Spectrum player card, and Spectrum spray. The weapons and melee skin have black, red, and purple/pink variants. The melee skin also has a custom inspect sound that plays a unique tune.
The Spectrum bundle opens the door for other artists to collaborate with the VALROANT team to create a unique experience. Zedd was heavily involved in almost every step and fans can see the hard work and dedication in the finished product. Perhaps another popular artist will follow the same path in the future.
The Spectrum bundle costs 10,700 VP and is in the Exclusive Edition price tier. Make sure to purchase the bundle before it’s too late.
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Spectrum Phantom Valorant: Specifications and Price
If you are a player who likes assault rifles with high accuracy, then the Spectrum Phantom could be the right choice for you.
You want to be a player Valorant better? One way you can do this is by using the right weapon.
In the Valorant game itself, there are lots of choices weapon which can be used with different styles or visual appearances.
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So, this time the author will discuss the coolest weapon in the Valorant game, Spectrum Phantom. Starting from specifications to price.
Spectrum Phantom Specifications
The weapon is an assault rifle which will be released in 2023. This weapon has qualified specifications, namely:
- Damage: 140-120
- Rate of fire: 11.25
- Magazine capacity: 30
- First shot accuracy: 90%
- Headshot multiplier: 2.0
With these specifications, this weapon is very suitable for players who like assault rifles with high accuracy. You can use this weapon to attack from long or medium distance.
Phantom Damage Spectrum is 140-120. This damage is quite high for an assault rifle. You can easily kill enemies with 2-3 headshot bullets.
Rate of fire
Spectrum Phantom's rate of fire is 11.25. This rate of fire is quite fast for an assault rifle. You can quickly finish off enemies with this weapon.
The magazine capacity of the Spectrum Phantom is 30. This magazine capacity is quite large for an assault rifle. You There is no need to frequently refill bullets when using this weapon.
First Shot Accuracy
First shot accuracy of the Spectrum Phantom is 90%. First shot accuracy is quite high for an assault rifle.
The Spectrum Phantom's headshot multiplier is 2.0. This headshot multiplier is quite high for an assault rifle.
Spectrum Phantom has a very unique visual effect. This weapon has a futuristic design with bright colors. This weapon also has really cool sound effects.
This visual effect will make you look different and more confident when using Spectrum Phantom.
The price of the Spectrum Phantom weapon in Valorant is 2675 credits, as reported on the official page. This price applies to all game modes, both competitive, unrated and deathmatch.
Spectrum Phantom is an assault rifle that has powerful specifications and unique visual effects. This weapon is suitable for players who like AR weapons with fairly high accuracy.
This price is quite expensive compared to several other weapon skins. Because, this weapon is exclusive and is sought after by many Valorant players.
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Pros and Cons
Of course, every weapon has its advantages and disadvantages, nothing is truly perfect. The following is a review.
As the author explained above, this weapon has a very high first shot accuracy, namely 90 percent. This means that the first bullet fired will be very accurate, even when you shoot while moving.
This weapon also has a fairly large magazine capacity, namely 30. This means that you can fire more bullets before needing to reload.
The damage will decrease with the distance from the opponent. This means that you need to be more accurate when shooting from a distance.
In fact, this weapon also has low stability, especially when you shoot while moving. This means that you need to be more careful when shooting while moving.
In closing, this weapon is a very weapon worth it to buy. This weapon has great specifications and unique visual effects. If you are a player who likes assault rifles with high accuracy, then the Spectrum Phantom could be the right choice for you.
But, are you sure that the Spectrum Phantom is the right weapon for you? To answer this question, you need to try it yourself. So what are you waiting for? Buy it immediately and test your skills on the Valorant battlefield!
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