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New Valorant Ion 2.0 Bundle Leak Suggests Skin Possibly Launching Next Week [UPDATED]

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New Valorant Ion 2.0 Bundle Leak Suggests Skin Possibly Launching Next Week [UPDATED]

The Ion 2.0 bundle might be on the way.

Riot Games has been quiet on the new premium weapon skin bundle to come along with the launch of Episode 5, Act 3 next week, which is somewhat unusual so close to release. It seems, though, the development team had a big surprise in waiting for us that might have unfortunately been leaked. The Ion 2.0 weapon skin bundle, which has been highly anticipated for a long time by fans, seems to be on the way.

Update: 10/17: Riot Games has officially revealed the Ion 2.0 bundle with an amazing trailer you can watch here.

That’s according to well-known leaker ValorLeaks, anyway. The Ion 2.0 bundle will reportedly feature the following weapons:

  • Vandal
  • Ares
  • Spectre
  • Frenzy
  • Karambit

Given how much hype we saw on Twinfinite for Vegod’s amazing mock-up of what an Ion Vandal might look like last week, we’re going to assume the Ion 2.0 bundle is going to be a massive seller.

Ion 2.0 Bundle Release Date

The Ion 2.0 Bundle should be launching next week, Oct. 18/19, along with the launch of the new Act. This is, however, unconfirmed by Riot Games.

Ion 2.0 Bundle Price & Variants

Since the skin has only just been leaked and not officially confirmed by Riot Games, we don’t yet know what the price will be. That being said, if we base things on what we know of the original skin bundle, we’re pretty sure it will fall under the Premium Edition (PE) tier, which is 1775 VP ($23) per individual skin or 7,100 VP ($82) per bundle.

As for variants, unofficial sources have stated there will definitely be variants. Whether that means color variants or just different upgrade tiers remains to be seen — the original Ion bundle only came in a single color.

Update 10/17: ValorLeaks has confirmed the Ion 2.0 bundle will offer three different color variants: Blue/White, Green/Black, and Yellow/Red.

What do you think? Will you be copping the Ion 2.0 bundle if it does launch next week? Let us know in the comments below. If you haven’t already, check out Twinfinite’s wrap-up article on the new Agent Harbor, as well as our review of the battle pass skins.

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