Looks like in modern multiplayer gaming. Valorant solves this by providing players with a number of different skins that they can use to customize their own game.
They don’t always come cheap and sometimes players try to wait until some skins are discounted for any reason, and then pick them up. This is where Night.Market comes into play, which occasionally offers players a random selection of skin and cosmetics at discounted prices.
Night.Market is not a permanent feature and, if available in the store, will have its own dedicated card next to the Store card. You can click on the tabs in Night.Market and reveal the looks that will be in your store for this iteration, and below the main text will be a countdown of how many days you have left to shop at the discounted price.
You cannot repeat skins and are randomly assigned in a way that is not informed by your character or the use of weapons, so don’t expect to see skins only for your favorite weapons. Players who do not own all Premium skins will see at least two of them in their Night.Market, but there is also a security rule that stops displaying multiple skins of the same weapon.
Night.Market appears every few months, so if you miss it this time, it shouldn’t take too long for it to reappear.