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SHROUD BACKFLIPS ON ANIMATED VALORANT SKINS CLAIMS: “OKAY, THEY’RE PAY-TO-WIN”

WHAT HAPPENED?

It’s a running joke in the Valorant community that skins like the Prime Vandal are “pay-to-win,” though Shroud hasn’t believed them.

However, after a few weeks of tinkering with his collection, shroud has changed his mind. The louder skins actually do have a pay-to-win effect.

- SHROUD

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You know what chat? I’m doing it. I’ve used skins without effects for a little bit now, and you know what? I think you guys are right. Skins are pay-to-win. You’re all right.

“I’ve been playing it wrong. I need skins that go pew-pew. They’re pay to win so time’s up, he said.

He then equipped some of the loudest skins⁠ - including the Elderflame Vandal and Operator and the Ruination skins.

Plus, the mental edge shroud professed earlier can definitely play a factor.