All Overwatch 2 Season 6 Battle Pass Skins

Some rather unique skins for a season about robots.

Overwatch 2 Season 6 Ana Mythic
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Overwatch 2 has debuted Season 6: Invasion today across all platforms. This includes the first three story missions, a brand-new firing range, the new character Illari, and the new permanent mode Flashpoint; there’s a ton to dig into. That isn’t even including the new pass, with many new cosmetics to snag. Here’s all battle pass skins in Overwatch 2 Season 6: Invasion.

Every Skin Included in the Overwatch 2 Invasion Battle Pass

In total, nine skins are included in the Battle Pass, with an additional two if you count the upgrade to the base version of Ana’s Mythic skin. Those skins are as follows:

Tank Skins

The Roadhog skin is unlocked upon reaching Tier 30, while the Zarya and Winston Skins can be snagged at Tier 50 and Tier 60, respectively.

Related: Overwatch 2’s Newest Support Hero is Inspired by a Sun God

Damage Skins

The Pharah skin is unlocked upon purchasing the pass, while the Torbjorn skin is unlocked at Tier 10, the Symmetra skin at Tier 40, and the Ashe skin at Tier 70.

Support Skins

The Illari skin is unlocked at Tier 20, while the Mythic Ana Skin can be had at Tier 41. If you want to snag the variants of Ana’s skin, you’ll need to hit Tier 61 and Tier 80.

A good spread of different skins for different characters. It’s been a while since Zarya has received some love, so it’s nice to see a new skin. Symmetra also offers a nice little easter egg for Neon Genesis Evangelion fans with her new skin.

If you want to compare and contrast, check out our guide on all skins from Overwatch 2 Season 5.

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