Top 5 Stinger Valorant Skins in 2021

If you’re looking for some new skins for Stinger, this chaotic Valorant gun, you've found yourself in the right place.

Best Stinger Skins Valorant

Stinger is a submachine gun that we happen to buy after winning a pistol round or when we want to play full despite lack of credits. It may not be the most accurate and doesn't do much damage, but it is very cheap, which is why it happens to be our choice. So, if you're one of these players who like to play this specific gun, we invite you to check out our list of the best skins you can currently find in the game for Stinger. Here are 5 suggestions that will add some more fashion to your "brrrrs."

Sovereign Stinger Skin

The Sovereign Stinger skin was added to Valorant on June 13th, 2020, as a part of the Sovereign Collection. It’s an upgradeable skin, and it comes in four variants — Default, Gold, Silver, and Purple. You can purchase the Sovereign Stinger skin for 1775 VPs in the Valorant Store.

Valorant Skin Stinger Sovereign

Let's start with a Stinger from a skin collection released almost right after Valorant came out of beta — the Sovereign. Thanks to its upgradeability, this one is pretty versatile, although we probably wouldn't spend a single Radianite Point anyway, as we favor the default variant. If you have the option, consider buying the entire skin bundle instead of an individual skin; you'll save some Valorant Points and get some premium-looking Valorant weapon skins, a stylish Melee weapon, and a suitable gun buddy.

Aristocrat Stinger Skin

The Aristocrat Stinger skin was added to Valorant on June 2nd, 2020, as a part of the Aristocrat Collection. It’s a non-upgradeable skin, and it only comes in one variant. You can purchase the Aristocrat Stinger skin for 1275 VPs in the Valorant Store.

Stinger Aristocrat Skin

If you're into royal designs, here's something for you. This skin costs only 1275 Valorant Points, but it looks costly. Low price is also due to lack of possibility to upgrade, but is it really needed here? Some people would probably pay much more for this weapon skin as it is, even without any animation effects.

Ego Stinger Skin

The Ego Stinger skin was added to Valorant on September 15th, 2020, as a part of the Ego Collection. It’s an upgradeable skin, and it comes in four variants — Default, Red, Tan, and Pink. You can purchase the Ego Stinger skin for 1775 VPs in the Valorant Store.

Stinger Ego Skin

Need to feed your ego? Well, you won't find anything better. The whole Ego skin line contains some of the most exciting upgradeable skins, and you have to give a lot of respect to Riot designers on that one. The text changes depending on the variant you're using, so you can be unstoppable in 4 different languages.

Red Alert Stinger Skin

The Red Alert Stinger skin was added to Valorant on August 5th, 2020, as a part of the Ignition Act 2 Battle Pass. It’s a non-upgradeable skin, and it only comes in one variant. This skin is not purchasable anymore, and you could only get it by leveling the Battle Pass up to Tier 35.

Stinger Red Alert Skin

Red alert, free skins! This skin looks slightly different in-game than in the picture; there is really little of this white color, and such a solid red color matches Stinger's firing sound. Now that we think about it, this red is actually pretty "bloody," and it would be nice to have a Melee skin like that in the game. Unfortunately, the Red Alert Stinger is not available anymore, but if you are one of the lucky ones who farmed XP for the Ignition Act 2 Battle Pass last year, take advantage of that.

Sensation Stinger Skin

The Sensation Stinger skin was added to Valorant on November 11th, 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 Stinger skin for 875 VPs in the Valorant Store.

Stinger Sensation Skin

Lastly, something budget-friendly. Don't want to spend every single Valorant Point but still want something for Stinger? Here is an option for you! Of course, it depends on your taste; if you're looking for minimalism or darkness, you won't find it here. But if you like colorful skins — go for it! The Sensation collection also includes a Vandal skin, so if you're into that vibrant kind of vibe and want to get a cheap Valorant skin, take a closer look at it.

Honestly, we miss the Stinger from the Elderflame Collection; that would be something. That little dragon breathing fire with every shot, can you imagine that? Anyway, we hope we helped you find your new Valorant skin for Stinger, and feel free to check out our other “best Valorant skins” listings!