Valorant’s new No Limits bundle has a bat for a knife

By Fariha Bhatti


Jun 7, 2023

Reading time: 2 min

Bat melee is back with the Valorant No Limit bundle commemorating the 2023 VCT Masters tournament in Tokyo. 

In 2021, Riot added bats to the melee skins with the Radiant Crisis 001 bundle. Now, those who couldn’t get them at the time can still cop the unique melee in the new skin collection, inspired by Japan. The 2023 VCT Masters tournament is commencing in Tokyo, and to celebrate that, Riot has unveiled a blood-red skin set. 

No Limits bundle has sketches from the streets of Tokyo with some images that resemble Hachiko Statue, Shibuya Crossing, and more spots. But those who are not into Valorant esports would still enjoy the skins. No Limits has a shadow-shifting feature that adds extra pizzazz to your inventory. 

The bundle includes: 

  • Vandal 
  • Bulldog 
  • Spectre 
  • Ghost 
  • Bat melee

It’ll also include an attractive player card dipped in the same red, black, and white tones. The familiar buildings are the selling point, already attracting Valorant players worldwide. 

Valorant No Limits bundle release date 

Riot hasn’t revealed the release date for the No Limits bundle, but it should be added to the store in patch 6.12, during Tokyo Masters, and before Episode 7. 

Episode 7 is slated for June 27-28, so the bundle should be available for purchase between June 12-20, considering Riot rolls out a new patch every two weeks. In any case, players will be able to buy it just in time for Tokyo Masters.

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How much does Valorant No Limits bundle cost?

The Valorant No Limits bundle should be at most the Deluxe price tier, considering it has no special variants. Meaning it should be priced at 1,275 VP per gun, 2,550 VP for bat melee, and 5,100 VP for the entire bundle. 

However, it does have a light-shifting effect, but we have previously seen similar skins with low-price tiers as well.