Reaver 2.0 bundle is real, and it has a fancy karambit

By Fariha Bhatti


Aug 1, 2022

Reading time: 2 min

Valorant’s most iconic bundle to date, the Reaver skin line is returning. Leaked images show that Reaver 2.0 has the potential to break the Valorant market. 

Recent skin bundles in Valorant have been underwhelming, with a few exceptions. Popular collections’ spin-offs have likely roped more business for Riot Games than new releases. RGX 11z, Prime 2.0, and Magepunk are excellent examples of sequels that tempted many to invest in cosmetic items. These bundles created more hype than most new skin lines. 

Players have been asking for Reaver 2.0 in Valorant since Riot rolled out its first skin spin-off. Naturally, the leaked images of Reaver 2.0 has players on edge, prepping their wallets to break the store. 

What’s in the Valorant Reaver 2.0 skin bundle? 

The Reaver 2.0 bundle will feature the other primary rifle, Phantom, a stylish karambit, and more. 

The Reaver bundle looks regal. Its classic mold accentuated by pointy swirls adds a luxurious feel to the guns. However, players pick the dark collection for its satisfying sound element. The heavy bullet audio makes shooting feel smooth, which is why players can’t seem to replace it despite the addition of new skin lines. After constant requests, Riot Games has finally decided to roll out a second Reaver bundle.

The new Reaver 2.0 bundle will have: 

  • Phantom
  • Odin
  • Spectre
  • Ghost
  • Karambit 

While players were undoubtedly excited about Phantom, the leaked images of the Karambit increased hype more. The sleek-looking melee has become the center of attraction. Karambits are popular among the players and the Reaver 2.0 melee is uniquely scary looking with its jagged edges. Players are now eager for the official release to load up their accounts with Reaver goodies. 

When is the Reaver 2.0 release date in Valorant? 

Reaver 2.0 bundle may arrive in rotation sometime in August or September, according to ValorLeaks

The collection will cost somewhere around 11,825 Valorant Points. The entire bundle would likely be slotted in the Premium category, meaning the karambit will likely be priced at 3,550 VP.