Top 5 Odin Valorant Skins in 2021
Choose your new Valorant skin for Odin from our list of the top 5 choices available in the game!
If you already decide to buy Odin, it’s clear that this is not going to be a typical round. Maybe you're trolling, or want to "BM" your opponents; there could be many reasons. Make these moments even more spectacular with some new skins for this crazy machine gun! Here are our 5 suggestions for your new Odin skin:
Glitchpop Odin Skin
The Glitchpop Odin skin was added to the game 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 Odin skin for 2175 VPs in the Valorant Store.
Let's start with Odin from the first Glitchpop skin bundle, which probably all of you were expecting. It's the most versatile option for Odin in the game, mostly thanks to the three different variants that carry their own vibe. It just looks premium, and when it shows up in your Valorant Store, think about buying it. Looking at this skin, we kind of wish that there was a Reaver Odin skin; some extra steel would really match this big machine gun design. We also recommend you look deeper into the first Glitchpop collection. It also has a beautiful Melee Weapon, a good-looking Frenzy, Glitchpop Bulldog rifle, and a stylish Gun Buddy, which was not as appreciated when it came out.
Prime 2.0 Odin Skin
The Prime 2.0 Odin skin was added to the game on March 2nd, 2021, as a part of the Prime 2.0 Collection. It’s an upgradeable skin, and it comes in four variants — Default, Orange, Blue, and Yellow. You can purchase the Prime 2.0 Odin skin for 1775 VPs in the Valorant Store.
Next up, a Prime skin, a less colorful option for Odin. One of the worst things about big machine guns is that they slow down our movement. With the Odin from the Valorant Prime collection, this problem is partially solved! These VFX and animations give us a feeling as if the weapon is a little lighter. And besides, this is the skin line we already know from closed beta, mainly thanks to the famous Prime Vandal; you know, the one that gives aimbot, and such a "cheat" would be helpful when playing with Odin.
Smite Odin Skin
The Smite Odin skin was added to the game 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 Odin skin for 875 VPs in the Valorant Store.
Okay, now something cheaper but still very fitting for Odin. This skin will make you feel like Zeus! Seriously, it's just a shame that there is no additional animation that turns bullets into thunders, but well — that’s what you get for such a small price. It’s also worth noting that the Smite skin collection also has a reasonably cheap Melee skin that, despite appearances, doesn't look so bad.
BlastX Odin Skin
The BlastX Odin skin was added to the game on December 8th, 2020, as a part of the Blast X Collection. It’s an upgradeable skin, and it comes in four variants — Default, Black, Yellow, and Pink. You can purchase the BlastX Odin skin for 2175 VPs in the Valorant Store.
BlastX bundle contains weapon skins that will act as a time machine for those who played with LEGO blocks in their childhood. The fact that such a seemingly powerful and threatening weapon has a skin that looks like it was pulled out of a child's sandbox is quite ironic. Just think what an insult it would be to your opponent to be killed by a LEGO weapon!
Aerosol Odin Skin
The Aerosol Odin skin was added to the game 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. You could only get it by leveling the Battle Pass up to Tier 40.
Let's end this listing with a Battle Pass skin from the first Act of Valorant Episode 2. Some people call this one a “budget Glitchpop”, and they’re somewhat right. However, Aerosol Odin has more of a street vibe, so it will be perfect if you don't like the candy-coated designs but still want a colorful weapon skin for Odin. We hope that Riot will someday provide an option to buy old Battle Pass skins because there are really many nice ones. On the other hand, not having access to them makes them more prestigious, doesn’t it?
Looking at all these skins and the design of the Odin itself, we kind of wish it was a more popular Valorant weapon. Sure, it has good damage in close range and excellent wall penetration stats, but too many drawbacks to compete with, e.g., Phantom or Vandal. Nevertheless, thanks to our listing, we hope that you've added a new skin to your Valorant account and that it’s going to take your Odin rounds to the next level!