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February 16 2023

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The Valorant Night Market for Episode 6 Act 1 is here with huge discounts on exciting skin bundles. Read everything you need to know about the latest Night Market, including the best skins to get, dates, and bundle deals.

VALORANT Night Markets are one of the most eagerly awaited events in Riot's FPS game since they give players the chance to purchase their preferred cosmetics at a discount. The latest Valorant Night Market began on February 15 and will expire on March 7, allowing players plenty of time to obtain the skins they had been patiently waiting for.

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Some useful information about the VALORANT Night Market

What is the Valorant Night Market?

If you are new to Valorant, the Night Market, as its name suggests, is a store where players can buy different skins at a reduced price. This is often significantly less expensive than the skins' original rates. Six arbitrary cosmetic skins are available for purchase at a discount on the Market.

You will be offered cosmetic options for various weapons and skins, and you can select according to what is offered to you. If you're lucky, you might receive a good skin selection, and if so, that's a great deal. On the other side, gamers frequently have to wait months or even longer for their preferred skins due to the randomness of the Valorant Night Market.

How the Night Market works

The Night Market, which enables players to buy skins that have previously been on the show, is one of the best in-game content components Riot has created for the players. The event  is represented by a small card emblem that sparkles to draw your attention in the top right corner of the game's opening screen. 

Simply click the icon to access all of the discounted items hidden behind closed cards.  All you have to do is flip the cards over to reveal the skin that is being offered along with the offered discount. For more information, for example can you re-roll skins on the VALORANT Night Market, can you get free skins, can you refund the skins you got, and more, check out our previous comprehensive guide about the Night Market

Night Market duration for February 2023

On February 16, 2023, the Night Market for Episode 6 Act 1 reopened and will remain open through March 7, 2023. As previously confirmed by Riot, the Valorant Night Market's fourteenth edition officially launched on February 16, 2023, at exactly one in the morning GMT.

Eligible Night Market Collections in February 2023

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Players will receive a selection of skins that are available at a huge discount. However, because the process is completely random, players should be mindful that the skin they have their eye on might not be for sale. Below is the full list of all skins available for the Night Market this February 2023 till the 7th of March.

Select Edition skins available on Night Market February 2023 

  • Convex, Galleria

  • Infantry, Luxe

  • Prism II

  • Rush

  • Sensation

  • Smite

  • Endeavor

Deluxe Edition skins available on Night Market February 2023 

  •  Aristocrat

  • Avalanche

  • Horizon

  • Kohaku & Matsuba

  • Minima, Nunca Olvidados,

  • Prism

  • Sakura

  • Sarmad

  • Silvanus

  • Snowfall

  • Wasteland

  • Winterwunderland

  • Team Ace

  • Tigris

  • Titanmail

Premium Edition skins available on Night Market February 2023

  • Celestial

  • Crimsonbeast

  • Doodle Buds

  • Ego

  • Forsaken

  • Gaia's Vengeance

  • Gravitational Uranium Neuroblaster

  • Ion (EP 1 only)

  • Magepunk

  • Nebula

  • Neptune

  • Oni

  • Origin

  • Prime

  • Prime//2.0

  • Radiant Crisis 001

  • Reaver, Recon

  • Sovereign

  • Spline

  • Tethered Realms

  • Undercity

  • VALORANT Go! Vol. 1

  • VALORANT Go! Vol. 2

  • Xenohunter

Popular skins coming in February Night Market

Reaver Phantom skin

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The Reaper 2.0 skin pack, which included the Ghost, Wraith, Odin, Phantom, and Karambit skins, was one of the most eagerly awaited VALORANT Episode 5 skin packs. The community responded quite favorably to the package, and the uproar it caused was well warranted. The well-liked Reaver Vandal's legacy was brilliantly carried on by Reaver Phantom.

The package's eventual release eased concerns that the Phantom's muffled gunshot sound would fall short of the original Reaver series of components' gruesome death effect. The skin tones are dark and menacing, the reload animation is sharp, and the Reaver Phantom sounds like an LMG on steroids. making it one of VALORANT's greatest Phantom skins.

Ion Sheriff skin

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The original Ion skin pack is without a doubt one of the most well-liked and sought after skin packs ever included in a game. There is something for everyone due to the numerous distinct accessible styles. 

The Ion Phantom will assist you in getting the necessary headshot if you are the spray-and-pray kind even though casters and more courageous players have both made jokes about its aiming assistance. It is the best choice in the professional scene since it provides a distinctly audible response to effective headshots. 

Gaia’s Vengeance Vandal skin

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The Vandal, Guardian, Marshal, Ghost, and Axe are included in Gaia’s Revenge Pack, which was released along with Yoru’s revamp in Act 2 of Episode 4. Although the entire series of skins are fantastic, the Vandal, which comes in four colors—red, blue, green, and orange—is the most popular and frequently used in the game.

As the name implies, it has an earthy appearance and resembles the protective roots of a plant. The Vandal is one of the most attractive skins in the game. It has one of the strongest finishing moves—the exact one depends on the type you have equipped—and when the player kills someone, it makes a bell-like sound. 

Magepunk Spectre skin

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A first in the realm of Valorant cosmetics, Riot Games unveiled its new Magepunk skin bundle for Valorant on April 1, 2021. The Magepunk Spectre skin comes in four varieties, and due to its steampunk design, it is probably the skin that people adore the most in the collection.

To give players something fresh, Riot Games explored fusing vintage style cues with futuristic design principles. It has a stunning appearance thanks to the vibrant, sparkly audio and visual effects, but it is infamous among well-known members of the community for having an integrated aimbot.

Although this is untrue, it does make the skin resemble considerably better. The skins are priced according to the PE tier, thus you can purchase them individually for 1,775 VP or in a bundle for 10,050 VP.

Ready to explore the VALORANT Night Market?

Now that you know everything about this Night Market, it’s time for you to roll your skins selection for this event! Before you do that, if you love VALORANT skins remember that the more you play with Stryda, the more you can get rewarded with gift cards for your GGs! 


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