Valorant has their own concept in skins and it’s trading unlike Valve’s game where you can trade your skins with other players in exchange for money or you can sell your skins if you want to but that is not the case in valorant, because there is nothing like that in valorant you cannot resell your skin after using it and getting tired of it. if you bought a skin it’s going to stay in your account forever. This is where this blog’s title” Major Difference between US vs Turkish Valorant Accounts” came from. what exactly are the differences between an American-based valorant account and a Turkiye valorant account I’ll try to make it short and brief. I’ll list down some major differences that Turkey and Us accounts have and at the end, you’ll know which region is better for your account so let’s get going shall we?
The first major difference is the price of Valorant points because in US-based accounts vps tend to be more expensive than in Turkey-based accounts. For instance, 1000 Valorant Points cost 10 us dollars but in a Turkish account that will only cost around 155 Turkish Lira (TL) which is around 6 dollars this price can be inaccurate because the exchange rates are changing severely because of Turkey’s economic situation. Nonetheless, this can be a life hack for buying Skins in valorant. So, if you want cheap valorant points and don’t want a hole burning through your wallet then you should consider making or buying a Turkish account and saving on Valorant points.
This is the second big difference the availability of certain skins players cards etc can be region-based. Sometimes Night Market also gives good skins to some particular regions although this can be a placebo it is worth a try. For example, a prime vandal which is very high-end and popular skin can show up in the Turkey region and not in us region. So, getting a second account in Turkey can also give you higher chances to buy some high-end and rare skins.
It is understandable that the Turkish account will have Türkçesi in the interface but that’s not the case because you can easily change the language which is not even hard to change the language to English.
Valorant does accept international payments through Visa and PayPal which are easy to use in the US but can be severely taxed in Turkey region because of the reasons I told you above.
Server quality is the same for us and Turkey.
Valorant servers have the same quality all around the world so there’s nothing to worry about for server quality. The thing that can be a bit worrying is latency you can see some ping issues while playing on Turkish servers while sitting in America. Other than the ping issues opponent player’s skill level can also be somewhat lower and easier in the US region than in the Turkish region because the player base is larger in the Turkish region as compared to in NA or SA. Rank Pushing or rank building can be a bit harder on Turkish servers because of the opponent player’s skill level.
If you want to buy all of your favorite skins cheap, then buying a pre-loved and stacked account is your only option because you know you can’t really buy any skin you want in Valorant until it appears in-store or in the night market and even if you get lucky the price of that skin will higher. Buying an account pre-stacked is also useful in getting fully upgraded skins with all the finishers and kill effects.
Also, you can buy a Valorant account because there’s no way you can get banned for it because you are the sole owner of it. Getting a boosted rank account with lots of skin is a way better choice than buying skin when they appear and grinding in matchmaking to build up the rank.