Valorant ‘Ignition: Act 1’ Battle Pass Details Revealed

Valorant 'Ignition' Battle Pass Details Revealed

With Valorant having officially released, Riot Games has launched the free-to-play game’s first ever battle pass. Titled Ignition: Act 1, the pass is split up into free and premium lanes, with premium available for purchase for 1000 Valorant Points, or $10.

The pass itself has loads of cosmetic goodies, with 12 gun skins and one knife skin headlining the content. One of the spicier pass additions is the inclusion of 130 Radianite Points, currency that is used to level up certain weapon skins to give it different visual effects, animations, and skin color variants. The weapon skins are split up into three different categories: DOT EXE, which gives it a nice Tron vibe: KINGDOM, featuring a black and yellow color scheme with nice lines: and COUTURE, which has white and gold with patterns.

Valorant 'Ignition: Act 1' Battle Pass Details Revealed

As with most battle passes nowadays, the Valorant Ignition: Act 1 pass will still bank experience points even if players don’t opt-in for the premium line. That way, if they decide they’ve leveled up enough for it to be worth it, they can then choose to purchase the pass. Riot has yet to announce how long the pass will run for, though once an end date has been announced, it has been confirmed that players can choose to spend Valorant points to earn levels instead of experience points, should they choose to.

Valorant is now free-to-play on PC.

So, thoughts on the battle pass? Plan on purchasing it? Let us know in the comment section below, and as always, stay tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers for all the latest gaming and entertainment news! Don’t forget to follow DFTG on Twitter for our 24/7 news feed!

If you enjoy this writer’s work, please consider supporting them by tossing a KoFi their way! Every little bit helps and aims to keep DFTG independent and free of bias. Thank you so much for your support!  Ryan ‘Cinna’ Carrier @ KoFi

Ryan "Cinna" Carrier2230 Posts

    Ryan is a writer and the head editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.

    0 Comments

      Leave a Comment

      This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

      Login

      Welcome! Login in to your account

      Remember me Lost your password?

      Lost Password