Top 5 Judge Valorant Skins in 2021
Wondering what are the best Valorant weapon skins for Judge? We know!
Do you sometimes have a mood for hiding in a corner and camp for your opponent to come? Judge works excellent for those moments! That really good damage that this gun offers is perfect for these situations, so if you’re that type of Valorant player who often finds yourself in them, you should definitely provide yourself with some weapon skin for Judge. Here is our list of the top 5 suggestions for your new Judge skin:
Elderflame Judge Skin
The Elderflame Judge Valorant 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 Judge skin for 2475 VPs in the Valorant Store.
Okay, Elderflame Collection is not the cheapest skin line that Riot has released for Valorant; but you have to admit that the price is justified by the quality. And the quality of this specific Elderflame skin is top-notch! Instead of a shotgun with bullets inside, we hold a dragon that breathes fire whenever we press the left mouse button. It still costs 2475 Valorant Points, but it's probably the best skin for Judge out there.
Glitchpop Judge Skin
The Glitchpop Judge Valorant 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 Judge skin for 2175 VPs in the Valorant Store.
The Glitchpop skin bundle needs no introduction to anyone, although some of you may not yet remember its first Episode, which is where this Judge skin comes from. Whether you are a player who's into colorful designs or a more royal one, you'll find both in the Glitchpop Judge. It’s also one of those upgradeable skins worth spending Radianite Points on. You could say that it looks more and more “expensive” with each level; that Gold version is really something. This Judge is probably the most underrated skin from the first version of this bundle, along with Glitchpop Bulldog.
Smite Judge Skin
The Smite Judge Valorant skin was added to Valorant on September, 15th, 2020, as a part of the Smite Collection. It’s a non-upgradeable skin, and it only comes in one variant. You can purchase the Smite Judge skin for 875 VPs in the Valorant Store.
Alright, there were two expensive skins, now something cheaper. Do you remember the DOT EXE skin collection that Riot decided to add to the Ignition Battle Pass? It had some good options (like the Vandal skin), but it was pretty much nothing stunning. Smite Judge is pretty much a DOT EXE skin on steroids for only 875 Valorant Points! And this design really fits this shotgun and is one of the best cheaper options for it. Moreover, we recommend looking deeper into the Smite collection, as it has a pretty nice budget Melee skin.
Sensation Judge Skin
The Sensation Judge Valorant skin was added to Valorant on November 11th, 2020, as a part of the Sensation Collection. It’s a non-upgradeable skin, and it only comes in one variant. You can purchase the Sensation Judge skin for 875 VPs in the Valorant Store.
And if you don't like the design of the Smite skin and are looking for something more colorful but still not too expensive — this one might be your go-to Judge skin. We all know this Valorant bundle thanks to its cheap Vandal skin. It doesn't have a single sound effect, unique finisher animation, or anything like that, but it does have a very candy-colored design that we're sure some of you will enjoy. And by the way, it matches surprisingly well with a Glitchpop EP 2 Melee and Gun Buddy.
Outpost Judge Skin
The Outpost Judge Valorant skin was added to Valorant on January 12th, 2021, as a part of the Formation: Act 1 Battle Pass. It’s a non-upgradeable skin, and it only comes in one variant. This skin is not purchasable, and you could only get it by leveling the Formation: Act 1 Battle Pass up to Tier 20.
Let's wrap up this listing with a Formation: Act 1 Battle Pass Judge Skin. Yes, it's this Valorant Act with that weird Melee Weapon, but you have to admit that this individual skin looks just great. Overall, we feel that the Outpost skin collection has wasted its potential, and this design landed on the wrong weapons (even though it has a pretty nice Ghost skin). For example, Operator skin could look interesting! Or maybe a Vandal? So, Riot, how about an EP 2 for this specific skin line?
Those were the best Judge skins that you’d want to spend your Valorant Point savings for! If any of your favorite skin was missing (all you Magepunk Bundle fans) — don't judge us, and remember that this listing was subjective. However, we've selected the skins in such a way that you've probably found something for yourself. Whenever you feel like getting some new skins, browse through our other listings, as we have them for virtually every Valorant gun.