Overwatch: Here Are All the New Summer Games 2019 Skins
Overwatch just lately kicked off its Summer Games 2019 occasion, and like with each Overwatch occasion, it brings with it new skins for gamers to unlock. This time round, Overwatch gamers have seven new skins to unlock, together with three skins which can be unlocked by winning Games as an alternative of getting fortunate with loot containers.
For the primary week of the Overwatch Summer Games 2019 occasion, gamers will have the ability to unlock the American Reaper Skin by winning 9 Games in any recreation mode. For the second week, winning 9 Games will unlock the Zhongguo Mei Skin. And eventually, winning 9 Games within the third week unlocks the Bundesadler Reinhardt Skin. In addition to the skins, gamers will unlock beauty rewards each three wins as properly, within the type of sprays and participant icons.
As for the opposite Summer Games 2019 skins, Overwatch followers must get them out of loot containers or buy them with in-game foreign money.
- Genji – Kendoka Skin
- Wrecking Ball – Lucioball Skin
- Torbjorn – Surf ‘N’ Splash Skin
- Hanzo – Wave Skin
- Reaper – American Skin
- Reinhardt – Bundesadler Skin
- Mei – Zhongguo Skin
The Overwatch Summer Games 2019 occasion might be reside from now till August 5. So meaning followers have a number of weeks to unlock the brand new skins, in addition to attempt to unlock a few of the previous Summer Games skins that they could have missed out on. They will even have the ability to play Lucioball in Arcade all through Summer Games 2019, giving gamers the chance to unlock further loot containers and earn some achievements.
Trying forward, there’s loads for Overwatch followers to sit up for for the remainder of 2019. For instance, Hero 31 is anticipated to be added to the sport earlier than the top of the year. Plus, Blizzard is anticipated to disclose the way forward for the hero-based shooter at its 2019 BlizzCon occasion, with rumors pointing to a significant Overwatch announcement at this year’s present.
Rumors and leaks have indicated that Blizzard could shock followers with an Overwatch 2 announcement at BlizzCon. In line with the leaks, Overwatch 2 can have a PvE focus with comparisons made to Left four Useless, however we’ll have to attend and see if there’s any reality to the rumors.
Overwatch is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.