Episode 8 Defiance Act 1 of Valorant has a lot to unpack. The game recently added a new sniper rifle Outlaw, and the Ice Box map is back with some rework. However, the thing a lot of players are interested in, is the new Battle Pass and all the skins it has to offer.
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The core of how the Battle Pass works remains the same as you have to complete all 50 tiers to get your rewards. Below is the list of all new gun skins, playercards, sprays, and the knife. Furthermore, you can also find it it is worth the price and should you buy it.
Valorant Episode 8 Act 1 Battle Pass Gun Skins
Big thanks to Mike | Valorant Leaks & News a.k.a @ValorLeaks for these leaks. With this Battle Pass you get a total of 12 gun skins and Ghost will be the free Tier 50 reward. The three skin lines that you get are:
Fiber Optic Skin line
This is the skin that offers you color variants which include metallic blue, silver, light copper, and emerald. It has a minimalistic and somewhat partly see-through theme. The guns included for this skin are:
Guardrail Skin line
The Guardrail line is black and golden. The Vandal can be somewhat compared to the Aristocrat Vandal. Here are the guns in this set:
Tactiplay Skin line
This skin line is a treat for all Gekko players. It has toy-like appearance and has some resemblance to the BlastX skins. Here is what this set has to offer you:
Finally, for this Act’s knife we get the Guardrail Hammer. It has the same animations as an Axe.
Valorant Ep 8 Act 1 Sprays and Playercards
There are a total of 15 Sprays in this act which also includes animated sprays like Cuteness Overload and Savory Spice.
Lastly, we get 13 playercards. Cypher, Gekko, Iso, Omen, Viper, Neon and Jett players might like them.
Should You Buy Valorant Episode 8 Act 1 Battle Pass? Price and Worth
Like always, the Battle Pass this time too costs 1000 VP. You will have to spend $9.99 USD on it. Compared to some of the previous Battle passes like the one with Ruin, Velocity, KTac, .SYS, and other skin lines. This battle pass lacks a bit. So if you didn’t like the any of the above skins then you should probably skip it.
Although it isn’t a complete waste, like always Valorant has maintained its standard when it comes to sprays and playercards. Not to mention for completing the whole thing you can get 160 Radianite Points. Also, the Guardrail hammer is decent for a knife. So if you are someone who doesn’t have any skins at all or are in need of some Radianite points to upgrade your other premium skins, then buying it can be worth it.
That’s it for all the skins in the new Episode 8 Act 1 battle pass and whether it is worth it. For more help on this game be sure to check out our Valorant section.