Sovereign 2.0 bundle

Is the Sovereign 2.0 bundle in Valorant worth it?

By Olivia Richman


Mar 26, 2024

Reading time: 2 min

Valorant has confirmed that the Sovereign 2.0 bundle is coming.

Trusted leakers in the Valorant community recently shared that the Sovereign 2.0 bundle is in the works. Initially leaked at the start of March, leakers explained that it’s “coming soon,” bringing elegant designs to some of the most popular weapons.

Here is everything we now know about the Sovereign 2.0 bundle in Valorant.

It appears that the leaks are true. Valorant officially shared the Sovereign 2.0 bundle on X, revealing bold skins featuring dark backsplashes and shiny, gem-inspired details coursing throughout.

“Rise up and claim your glory. This is Sovereign,” the tweet read.

The video shows off the skins’ intricate details, including mystical sound effects on the melee weapons and gun reloads. Eliminated players also have specific details, like some weapons causing fallen enemies to appear as a fading shadow with wings before they fade away.

The weapons in the collection include:

  • Phantom
  • Odin
  • Judge
  • Frenzy
  • Melee
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The Sovereign 2.0 bundle also has a player card, spray, and Gun Buddy included. The bundle starts with a standard appearance but can be upgraded to blue, green, or red. The colors, finishers, and more will require you to spend more Radianite.

How much does the Sovereign 2.0 bundle cost?

It’s currently unclear how much the Sovereign 2.0 bundle will cost. But Valorant players have some ideas based on the history of similar bundles. Based on the stunning skins and the other cosmetics included, it will probably be 7,100 VP at the least. That’s how much the original Sovereign bundle cost.

When does the Valorant Sovereign 2.0 bundle release?

No official date has been revealed from Riot Games. Fans are expecting it to be available to purchase in-game in the next few days, however. Leaked bundles often come out within that same month.

The reaction to the bundle is underwhelming. Most players are not too excited about the skin designs, with some commenting on the lack of a purple variant and others simply calling it “mid.”

Said one gamer: “My wallet is once again marked safe from MID.”

It seems like the lack of purple and gold variants has made Sovereign 2.0 a bit of a letdown for skin collectors. Others just want something more “original” that hasn’t been in the game already. There are still gamers out there waiting to cop the Sovereign 2.0 bundle, however, so stay on the lookout.