Riot Games’ VALORANT recently released its new Undercity Bundle. Inspired by a catchy neon theme, this skin collection gives off major punk vibes. It also features a new mysterious character who we caught a few glimpses of in ‘Can’t Slow Me Down’ – a music video starring Jett. Whether this character is a new agent being teased or has connections to the game’s lore, only time will tell.
The Undercity Bundle includes skins for the:
The melee flaunts a dual blade-axe style, similar to the Tethered Realms sword.
Ride the razor’s edge of killer tech with the new Undercity Hack & Slash dual wield melee. Available in your shop right now. pic.twitter.com/BHRjBurmA4
— VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) February 16, 2022
Pricing – Is It Worth It?
This collection is classified as a Premium Tiered Skinline in-game. The total price of the bundle is 7100 VP, and it comes with a free player card as well. If you aren’t looking to purchase all the skins in the collection, the cost per weapon is 1775 VP. However, the melee is priced at 3550 VP, and is upgradable to a second level.
To cut down to the chase, this bundle simply isn’t worth it. Several fans, content creators and pros feel like it’s just a greenscreen copy of the Glitchpop Bundle that’s already available in-game. There’s barely any difference in terms of the overall colour scheme and design. However, if you really like the collection and don’t mind spending a little extra on the game, then go for it.
The Undercity Bundle is currently up for purchase in the in-game store. It’ll be available until 1st March, so keep that in mind if you’re planning to buy it.
Along with the new skin collection, Valorant’s Patch 4.03 also brought several changes to the game’s Deathmatch mode. It introduced new system and performance upgrades and a few Brimstone buffs as well.