Sentinels of Light

Sentinels of Light returns to Valorant with a dual-wielding knife

By Fariha Bhatti


Nov 15, 2023

Reading time: 2 min

It’s official. Sentinels of Light is returning to Valorant. 

Valorant has dozens of skin bundles, but only a few have managed to leave a lasting impression on the player base. One of those bundles is Sentinels of Light. Steeped in lore and immersive backstory, the Sentinels of Light bundle is also easy on the eyes. 

If you didn’t have the money to purchase the coveted bundle back when it was released, now is your second chance. Riot has lifted the curtain on Sentinels of Light, and it looks better than the first rendition. 

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Sentinels of Light 2.0 is here

Sentinels of Light 2.0 is quite similar to the original version. The same shiny metal is encrusted with a giant crystal for a muzzle. However, players are fixated on the dual-wielding melee, which is tiny, shiny, but incredibly deadly.

Sentinels of Light 2.0 is available for the following weapons.

  • Phantom
  • Odin
  • Spectre
  • Shorty
  • A dual-wielding melee

With this addition, the Sentinels of Light skin line now has a total of ten skins in Valorant, including the knives. It comes in the original three variants: Pink, green, and purple. All three variants have a hint of multiple colors, making them a visually pleasant addition to Valorant’s inventory.

How much does Sentinels of Light 2.0 cost?

The full bundle is priced at 8,700 Valorant points, but thrifty players may want to buy just the highly-coveted knife. The melee costs 4,350 VP, whereas each weapon comes at 2,175 VP.

Those who pay for the full bundle will also get a Playercard and Gunbuddy, which cost 375 and 475 VP respectively when bought separately.

Sentinels of Light 2.0 will be released in Valorant patch 7.10, which significantly buffs the underrated sentinel Fade and rolls out crucial bug fixes.