All Revealed Mythic Skins in Overwatch 2 So Far - Prima Games

All Revealed Mythic Skins in Overwatch 2 So Far

New customizable skins!

by Madison Benson
Overwatch 2 Genji Mythic Skin Cyber Demon

As we approach the end of Overwatch 2 Season 1, many fans are eager to check out the new maps, heroes and modes introduced into the game and future updates. While Legendary skins in the original Overwatch made up some of the most popular aspects of the game, the newly planned Mythic skins are sure to one-up them.

Since Mythic skins are exclusive to Overwatch 2, you may be curious about them and how many skins are confirmed for release so far. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover every revealed Mythic skin so far in Overwatch 2.

All Revealed Mythic Skins in Overwatch 2

As of now, there are two confirmed Mythic skins in Overwatch 2. As highlighted on the official Overwatch Twitter page, the Mythic tier Genji skin named “Cyber Demon” became available when Overwatch 2 first launched. Unlike previous Legendary skins, Cyber Demon features customization options, with multiple color and detail variations that affect weapon, tattoo and mask designs. This new cosmetic feature means that if you’re not happy with the default design of the skin, you’re free to change up the color scheme and decals to match your preferences.

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Zeus Junker Queen Mythic Skin Overwatch 2
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In more recent news, the beginning of Season 2 will introduce a second Mythic skin for Junker Queen, an Australian Tank Hero added shortly after the game’s launch. According to the Season 2 announcement Tweet, the Mythic skin, Zeus Junker Queen, also features numerous customization options, including different colors, hair accessories and more. Junker Queen’s Mythic skin will become available in the game starting December 6, alongside the release of the newest hero, Ramattra.

Overwatch 2 will launch on October 4 for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Xbox consoles through the Blizzard launcher and official website. If you’re interested in learning more about the game, check out our Best Overwatch 2 Graphics Settings Guide and Does Overwatch 2 Have Cross-Play?

Madison Benson

Madison is a writer who has played video games for over twenty years. If she isn't playing games on her PC, she's likely hanging out with her dogs and rabbits.