VALORANT TIGRIS Skin Bundle: Price, Release Date, & More

Nafiu Aziz
By Nafiu Aziz
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We finally have a glimpse into the next skin bundle in VALORANT called “TIGRIS”.

As VALORANT is a free-to-play tactical shooter game, Riot Games releases new skin bundles every other week to let players customize their play sessions. This year, Riot Games’ cosmetic department has been putting on quite a show.

And seem like they have no intentions of slowing down as some data miners have already revealed VALORANT’s second skin set for 2022. The next skin bundle is called TIGRIS. Based on the first reveal images, it seems like Riot is going for a Lunar New Year theme for their next skin line.

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The TIGRIS skin bundle features a unique look that is reminiscent of Chinese architectural design. This skin bundle was made as a celebration of the Lunar New Year.

TIGRIS First Look

The TIGRIS skin bundle offers a unique look with a red color scheme. Based on first impression, it looks awfully similar to the Sovereign skin bundle in VALORANT. Also, this skin line appears to be semi-transparent, meaning you can see through the skins.

Unlike other premium skin bundles, this set only has one color variant.

Image Credit: ValorLeaks

Available for:

  • Shorty (1275 VP)
  • Spectre (1275 VP)
  • Phantom (1275 VP)
  • Operator (1275 VP)
  • Melee (2550 VP)

Lunar New Year Pass :

Riot will also give away free rewards such as gun buddies, sprays, and player cards with the Lunar New Year Event.

Lunar New Year Pass : Free Rewards
Image via ValorLeaks

TIGRIS Skin Price:

The Tigris Skinline is a Deluxe Tier Set. The weapon skin is 1275 VP, and the melee is around 2550 VP. If you want to purchase the whole bundle, the price should be 5100 VP.

TIGRIS Skin Release Date:

The TIGRIS skin set will go live in the actual games on February 3, 2022.

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Nafiu Aziz is an avid gamer and a writer at GameRiv, covering Apex Legends, CS:GO, VALORANT, and plenty of other popular FPS titles in between. He scours the internet daily to get the latest scoop in esports.