Crimsonbeast bundle

Crimsonbeast bundle in Valorant is reminiscent of Elderflame

By Fariha Bhatti


Oct 4, 2022

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Riot Games has rolled out brand new Crimsonbeast skins in Valorant that players say are basically the budget Elderflame. 

Elderflame was Valorant’s most expensive bundle until Riot Games rolled out Spectrum with audio customized by popular DJ Zedd. Still, the hell-dragon-themed skins remain top-tier and the number one choice of both professional and casual players. Unfortunately, they’re way out of the price range of most players. Players can now fulfill their Elderflame dreams with Crimsonbeast skins in Valorant. 

Valorant patch 5.07 arrives with a Vandal skin that appears to be on fire. Crimsonbeast bundle looks pricey, but it’s affordable for the flashy appearance. 

Crimsonbeast skins feature a Vandal on fire 

Riot has rolled out plenty of in-game cosmetics based on futuristic themes. Crimsonbeast throws it back to a primitive beat that players had grown to love. The Crimsonbeast collection features a dragon-like emblem amid the body, lit on fire. 

Crimsonbeast bundle

The bundle comes for:

  • Vandal
  • Sherrif
  • Marshall
  • Judge
  • Melee

While it indeed looks like Elderflame on budget, it doesn’t have the iconic collection’s special effects and features. Crimsonbeast has only one upgradeable level and no chromas. Players aren’t precisely pleased with a gun of a higher tier coming with only one level, but the animated flames and fire make up for the lack of heavy frills. The guns are ablaze with true fire, which is most noticeable in the hammer melee. 

The melee is by far the best part of the skin collection. Riot has previously rolled out many creative knives in bats, fans, and blades, but the latest hammer takes the cake. It’s also encrusted with a metallic dragon in the middle. 

How much does the Crimsonbeast collection cost? 

The Mythic collection in Valorant is priced at 7,100 Valorant points. Each gun skin costs 1775, whereas the melee costs 3550 VP. 

The bundle goes live with patch 5.07 that buffs Reyna and other flashers in Valorant. The new patch also brings crucial design changes to Fracture.