VALORANT has been around for over a year now, and Riot's tactical shooter shows no signs of slowing down.
Despite being a free-to-play shooter, there's an optional Battle Pass for dedicated Agents to purchase. Here's how much the Battle Pass costs.
How Much Is The VALORANT Battle Pass?
In line with similarly monetised titles, the VALORANT Battle Pass costs around $10. Of course, it's paid for by in-game currency, so you'll need to stump up 1000 VALORANT Points (VP).
As for what's included, there is no 'pay to win' mechanisms in VALORANT - at least not in the traditional sense.
All Battle Pass unlocks are cosmetic, so while you can expect to make your guns look more stylish with weapon skins and gun buddies, you're not going to get any competitive advantage from them.
It's also worth noting that you aren't able to unlock Agents using the Battle Pass - those are recruited via a different system entirely.
So there you have it - 1000 VP and the Battle Pass is yours, as well as all the goodies that come with it.