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This is what the Prime 2.0 Karambit looks like in real life

by | Mar 25, 2022

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Valorant has many knives, but the Karambit 2.0 has its own fanbase. The sleek melee weapon is famous for its unique animation, and one player’s real version can do all the tricks.  

Riot Games has rolled out over a dozen Valorant knives in unique shapes, sizes, and patterns. Each blade has a cohesive fantasy and theme that makes them more enjoyable. The 2.0 collection doubled down on the hit Prime bundle that players bought generously. However, it was the Karambit that stood out. 

Now, a player named Jeyo Braga has taken his love to another level by bringing the melee to real life. 

Prime 2.0 Karambit comes to life 

Jeyo Braga has recreated the bright yellow knife in custom colors, and it looks even better than before. His melee is a ditto copy of Riot’s blade, except in a more sophisticated and sleek palette. 

Valorant Prime 2.0 Karambit IRL

The Prime 2.0 bundle was released as a follow-up to the initial collection’s wild popularity. Since then, the Karambit has become a centerpiece of every collector’s inventory. It’s a rare and valuable knife that makes eliminating enemies more exciting and stylish. Jeyo Braga has added a personal touch to a 3D Prime Karambit by making it silver gold instead of yellow. 

Jeyo’s Karambit is more on the copper tone but works precisely like Riot’s melee. The equip-animation is smooth and makes the material appear almost like metal. It’s unknown what the original material is, but the lightweight knife doesn’t seem like it’s made from steel. However, its design is just as compact as the Prime Karambit, featuring the player-favorite equip-style. 

Jeyo has been selling his hand-made knife for a while now, and players love it. This isn’t the first melee he’s created. The artist seems to love unique melee as he recreated the first edition of the Valorant butterfly knife. The recon balisong has a complex structure, but Jeyo replicated the exact thing. 

Can you downgrade the Prime Karambit?

Yes.

After the new patch, players will be able to pick their preferred skin level. The community has been asking for this feature since the release of Prime karambit, a melee that has a better equip-animation on a lower level.

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