Valorant Daydream Bundle: price, release date

Riot Games has officially unveiled the Valorant Daydream Bundle to celebrate the city of Los Angeles and the next Valorant act.

Valorant Episode 7, Act 2 is less than two weeks away and fans are already getting a preview of what to expect in the next major update. The Daydream Bundle consists of five weapons in yellow and purple in homage to the Los Angeles Lakers, as well as Venice Beach-inspired palm trees, rollerblades and basketball hoops.

The Los Angeles theme honors Valorant Champions 2023 as the top 16 teams in the world compete in front of a live audience at the Kia Forum to become world champions and earn the record $1 million prize. Towards the end of the tournament, fans can expect a new line of cosmetics, including the Daydream Bundle, to hit the store.

So when will the Valorant Daydream Bundle be released and how much will it cost?

The Valorant Daydream Bundle is expected to cost around 5,100 VP. Accordingly ValorLeaksthe Daydream skin line will be a deluxe bundle, so the price will be a bit cheaper than the Valorant Champions 2023 bundle.

We expect Riot Games to confirm the bundle’s price just before the release date, but as of now, be prepared to shell out almost $55 for the Daydream Bundle. The price may seem a bit high, but the bundle consists of the following weapons:

The Daydream Bundle also includes a Gun Buddy, as well as other possible accessories that Riot Games has yet to reveal.

The Valorant Daydream Bundle is set to release on Tuesday, August 29th with the release of Valorant Episode 7, Act 2. The new bundle replaces the limited-time Valorant Champions 2023 bundle in the store.

In addition to the Daydream bundle, Patch 7.04 will feature a bunch of new cosmetics in the next Battle Pass. Also, Riot Games has announced a new map that might be released in the next major update. While many details surrounding the next Valorant playground remain uncertain, we can expect new teasers ahead of the big reveal during the Valorant Champions Finals on August 24th and 26th.

Greg Norman

Greg Norman is a WSTPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Greg Norman joined WSTPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing edmund

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