From February 13 to March 4, 32 teams will descend on São Paulo, Brazil for the biggest Valorant tournament in the game’s history.
With teams spanning the globe from North America to Japan, regional pride is at stake as teams battle to be crowned the first international champion in the new year. Each of the three international leagues will also be raring to prove that their region is the most competitive — and the winner will earn their region an extra spot at Masters Tokyo in June.
Fans will also be able to show their support for their region with the new VCT Lock In capsule, featuring a new and exclusive melee weapon, three player cards representing each international league, and a spray.
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VCT Lock In capsule features melee weapon, player cards, and spray
The capsule will be available to buy from February 8 to March 7, and 50% of net proceeds from the collection will be shared among VCT partner teams.
These items are all exclusive to the bundle and will never return to the store or Night Market.
The Lock In knife, dubbed Misericórdia (Latin for mercy), is available in four different variants:
- VCT Americas (Green)
- VCT Pacific (Blue)
- VCT EMEA (Purple)
- Valorant Champions Tour (Red)
The player cards follow the same color theme and feature the iconic skylines of each of the three host cities: Los Angeles, Berlin, and Seoul.
The Berliner Fernsehturm (or Berlin TV Tower) towers above the surrounding buildings on Alexanderplatz, while the Lotte World Tower stands tall in Seoul’s glamorous skyline. Downtown Los Angeles is clearly recognizable as well, rising up from miles of urban sprawl.
And fittingly enough, the spray features Raze, who also hails from Brazil.
Keep up with VCT Lock In with the full schedule of opening matches here.
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