Top 5 Frenzy Valorant Skins in 2021

Look into this listing and find your new Valorant skin for Frenzy!

best frenzy skins valorant

Frenzy — aka half rifle, half pistol. If you’re a veteran Valorant player, you may remember the Frenzy + Shields strategy that was the curse of every pistol round. It got nerfed, making this sidearm a lot less popular, but it still has its admirers. And if you are one of them, be sure to equip yourself with some Valorant weapon skins for Frenzy! There’s quite a number of them, so to help you choose, we've put together five that we consider the absolute best. 

Elderflame Frenzy Skin

The Elderflame Frenzy skin was added to Valorant on July 9th, 2020, as a part of the Elderflame Collection. It’s an upgradeable skin, and it comes in four variants — Default, Red, Blue, and Dark. You can purchase the Elderflame Frenzy skin for 2475 VPs in the Valorant Store.

Frenzy Elderflame Skin

Alright, let's start with the skin everyone expected — Elderflame Frenzy. Unlike other weapons from the Elderflame skin line, the dragon is much smaller and seems less threatening here, but that's just appearances. It is the most expensive option out of all released skins for Frenzy, but we consider it worth every Valorant Point.

Glitchpop Frenzy Skin

The Glitchpop Frenzy skin was added to Valorant on August 5th, 2020, as a part of the first Glitchpop Collection. It’s an upgradeable skin, and it comes in four variants — Default, Blue, Red, and Gold. You can purchase the Glitchpop Frenzy skin for 2175 VPs in the Valorant Store.

Frenzy Glitchpop Skin

Let's move on to a slightly cheaper Frenzy skin, but that doesn't mean worse! Glitchpop skins combine premium design with a touch of color to give our weapon a whole new character, and you can really feel it with this Frenzy. By the way, if you happen to have a gun buddy from Glitchpop's second skin collection, be sure to use it with this skin — it fits perfectly!

Prime Frenzy Skin

The Prime Frenzy skin was added to Valorant on March 2nd, 2021, as a part of the second Valorant Prime collection. It’s an upgradeable skin, and it comes in four variants — Default, Orange, Blue, and Yellow. You can purchase the Prime Frenzy skin for 1775 VPs in the Valorant Store.

Frenzy Prime Skin

Neither dragons nor rainbows interest you, but you are looking for a premium skin with a royal design? Then go for a Prime skin! You might have already heard about the Prime skin bundle in the closed beta days, and it continues to be one of the most popular bundles in the game. And well, no wonder why. This particular Frenzy skin is cheaper than Elderflame and Glitchpop ones, and everything about it is well polished — sound effects, kill animation, all color variants, just everything. 

Horizon Frenzy Skin

The Horizon Frenzy skin was added to Valorant on January 20th, 2021, as a part of the Horizon Collection. It’s a non-upgradable skin, and it only comes in one variant. You can purchase the Horizon Frenzy skin for 1275 VPs in the Valorant Store.

Frenzy Horizon Skin

And now, something you might not have expected — Frenzy from the Horizon skin set. Playing Horizon skins for larger weapons (like Vandal) can be counterproductive, as it's hard to focus with such colorful skin design and floating animations. However, when it comes to smaller weapons, there is no such problem. Admittedly, the only small-sized weapon in the Horizon bundle is Frenzy, so you'd rather buy this individual skin instead of the whole bundle — especially since it doesn't contain a Melee weapon skin.

Spitfire Frenzy

The Spitfire Frenzy skin was added to Valorant on June 2nd, 2020, as a part of the In-Game Challenges (Contracts). It’s a non-upgradable skin, and it only comes in one variant. Spitfire Frenzy is not purchasable, and you can only get it for completing all the Tiers of the Phoenix Contract.

Frenzy Spitfire Skin

What about some free skins? That's right; you don't need to spend a dime to get this one, all you need to do is complete the Phoenix Contract. So, if this specific Frenzy skin hits your taste, then don’t hesitate and open up your Valorant client and go grind that XP (especially if you’re a Phoenix player). 

That would be it — 5 different skins, carrying 5 different vibes, in 5 different price ranges. We hope you've found your new Frenzy skin in this listing, and if so, we wish you as many frags as possible with this specific Valorant gun.