VALORANT is introducing a new concept to its weapon skins by adding dual-wielding knives in its latest Egyptian-themed bundle.
- VALORANT's newest Egyptian-themed set includes dual-wielding blades.
- The New VALORANT bundle features dual-wielding knives.
- The bundle is expected to cost 5,100 VP when it hits the store on July 13.
The new Sarmad skin package brings ancient Egypt to Valorant, with elaborate patterns and themes inspired by Egyptian gods. It also has one of the most acceptable weapon options of any skin line, including all the most commonly used weapons. Weapon skins for the Vandal, Phantom, and Spectre, as well as a pair of dual-wielding blades called the Blade of Serket, are included.
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The Sarmad skin bundle is an ode to the time of the Pharaohs.
One of the most excellent pieces of the bundle is the Serket's Blade, which is named after the Egyptian goddess of healing and sorcery and is commonly connected with the scorpion. One upgrade unlocks the second blade, enabling the entire dual-wielding motion. It is one of the game's most distinctive melee skins because of the edges' unusual shape, which points downward. Despite this, the other skins' jade green and gold accents appear much like the Serenity package, adding a few more details. Those little extras may significantly impact, so it's not always negative. The set's eerie aura is heightened by including a totemic animal head atop each weapon. Bastet, the Egyptian goddess of protection, is shown as a lady with a cat's head in the Frenzy. Anubis, jackal deity of the afterlife, and Horus, god of falconry, decorate the Phantom and Vandal, respectively.
There will be a Sarmad set available for purchase in the next few weeks. There will be a new skin for Vandal, Phantom, Frenzy, and Specter in addition to Blade of Serket at VALORANT. These blades are unique because they can only be used with two hands and must be curved down. The golden hues and green and red highlights on these skins give them the appearance of having just emerged from a pharaonic tomb. Animal heads inspired by Egyptian deities such as Anubis and Bastet may be seen on the back of each weapon skin in the Vandal and Frenzy skins. It's in here! A rumour is that each skin will cost $19.99, making it a Deluxe tier skin and less expensive than others. Shop for the newest Deluxe set now! It was published on May 10th, with patch 4.09; VALORANT shop was a Titanmail collection. For some reason, it does not seem that they may upgrade these skins as they are in the "Deluxe" category. Except for ONE VALORANT, A new level was suggested by the leader for Serket's Blade. Because Deluxe packages are less expensive, there are fewer possibilities for customizing them than more expensive ones. The Prelude to Chaos package, which includes Sarmad's bundle, goes on sale July 12th for 5,100 VP ($49.99).
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