‘Overwatch 2’ gets ‘One Punch Man’ skins

Overwatch 2 is collaborating with One Punch Man, bringing various items to the game, themed after the anime. Between now and April 6, players will be able to get One Punch Man-themed cosmetics including skins, name cards, and emotes by completing challenges and purchasing bundles. 

These items are the four legendary skins that were added to the game as a result of the collaboration. These skins transform Doomfist into One Punch Man, Genji into Genos, Kiriko into Terrible Tornado, and Soldier: 76 into Mumen Rider. 

If you want to get your hands on some of these skins you will have to spend some real-world money as the Doomfist, Genji and Kiriko skins cost Overwatch Coins. 

The Doomfist x Saitama bundle will cost 2,500 overwatch coins and will include: Saitama legendary skin, Training Regimen emote, One Hundred Push-ups voice line, Saitama Punch highlight intro, and the Saitama name card. 

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The Genji x Genos bundle will cost 1,900 Overwatch Coins and will include the Genos legendary skin and name card. 

Kiriko x Terrible Tornado bundle will cost 2,100 Overwatch Coins and will include the Terrible Tornado legendary skin, Terribly Impressive victory pose, and the Terrible Tornado name card. 

Or if you want all three skins you could purchase the One Punch Man mega bundle for 4,400 Overwatch Coins, which contains all of the cosmetics mentioned above. 

If you do not wish to spend money on the game you can get some cool freebies including the Mumen Rider skin for Soldier: 76. To unlock these rewards you will have to complete a few challenges. 

  • 4 games played – Saitama’s Fist Weapon Charm
  • 8 games played – Mumen Rider Name Card
  • 12 games played – Cyclist of Justice Victory Pose for Soldier: 76
  • 16 games played – Justice Crash Highlight Intro for Soldier: 76
  • 20 games played – Boros Weapon Charm
  • 24 games played – Legendary Mumen Rider-Soldier: 76 skin

Note: The games can be played in any of the three game modes (Unranked, Competitive, and Arcade). 

Check out the official collab trailer:

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