Oni is one of the most iconic skin collections in all of Valorant, which is why talented fans are recreating a 2.0 version.
UPDATE: The official Oni 2.0 skins have been revealed, and they include a Vandal cosmetic and a sick new katana!
Some Valorant skin collections have reached an iconic status within the community, and Oni is definitely one of them. As one of the first premium cosmetics to be released, launching in July 2020, Oni has a special place in the hearts of a lot of fans.
Like other popular collections, talks of a 2.0 version is not out of the realm of possibility, especially since the original bundle doesn't include skins for the Vandal and the Operator, two highly popular guns in Riot's tactical shooter.
Now, thanks to community member Vegod, we are getting a peek into what an Oni 2.0 collection could look like. The creator has made mock-ups of other popular skinlines - in fact, he recently came up with a concept for an Ion Vandal and wouldn't you know it? Days later, Riot confirmed an actual Ion 2.0 bundle that included a skin for the popular rifle.
Introducing Oni 2.0 // Pink Variant Skin Reveal#valorant— Vegod (@TNAVegod) October 22, 2022
The trailer video is currently in production.
Thank you so much for the support on the Oni 2.0 project pic.twitter.com/d3jnzsqy2y
This time, instead of just showing what other guns look like with an Oni style, Vegod has also focused on recolors of original weapons. Having said that, it doesn't mean we're missing out on a more classic Oni Vandal look!
Introducing Oni Vandal // Skin Reveal#valorant— Vegod (@TNAVegod) October 16, 2022
This will include red, pink, and white variants. I'm currently working on the trailer video and I should be done by the end of the week.
Once again, thank you so much for the support on my recent Ion vandal video pic.twitter.com/ftJkFeTSjk
There's even an Oni Katana Melee that simply looks to stunning to not be in the game.
Introducing Oni Katana // Melee Skin Reveal#valorant— Vegod (@TNAVegod) October 21, 2022
This skin bundle will include red, pink, and white variants. The trailer video is almost complete and should be released by the end of this week.
Thank you so much for the support on the Oni 2.0 project pic.twitter.com/poyukq25hR
It's important to remember that this is a fanmade project, and while Vegod had a bit of luck in terms of timing with the Ion Vandal mock-up, it doesn't necessarily mean Riot's next collection involves Oni in any way, shape, or form.
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