Valorant is the new competitive multiplayer game from Riot Games. Currently in closed beta, Valorant has its in-game shop open for players to purchase weapon skins. Here’s how to get Radianite points in Valorant.
How to Get Radianite Points in Valorant
In Valorant there are two ways to obtain Radianite points. The first is to get them in the closed beta battle pass which levels up after every match based on your performance.
Certain tiers of that pass will net the player around 20 Radianite points. The other way to get Radianite points is to purchase them with real money. 20 Radianite points are going to cost you $20.
These points can then be used to level up certain weapon skins. For instance, the Reaver Vandal skin can level up four times, each time it levels up it unlocks a new cosmetic part of the gun.
Not every gun skin in Valorant will be able to level up, so chances are unless you have purchased a skin from the shop, you won’t have to worry about Radianite points.
Valorant announced that at the end of the closed beta, which is still going, they will be wiping the slate clean and giving players an additional 20% currency on top of whatever they have purchased during the beta.
Be sure to check the store daily for any deals or new weapon skins you might be looking to get your hands on. It updates daily around 8pm EST.
Here’s a quick recap on how to get Radianite points in Valorant.
- Rank up the battle pass.
You can earn them by playing matches and earning experience
- Purchase them.
In the store tab, you can purchase them for real money.
Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to get Radianite points in Valorant. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to stay connected with Twinfinite.
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