Overwatch 2 is finally live and, if you’re lucky enough to get through the enormous launch day queues, you’ve probably been browsing all the new features the sequel has to offer. The introduction of three new Heroes means a fresh batch of Skins, Emotes, Highlight Intros, and Victory Poses to collect. Though players who participated in the beta earlier this year likely caught a glimpse of Sojourn and Junker Queen goodies, we’ve just been introduced to Overwatch 2’s newest Support Hero – Kiriko. For all you Skin collectors out there, take a look below to see all skins available for Kiriko in Overwatch 2.
Wow. “Skin collectors”? That’s a weird one.
All Skins for Kiriko in Overwatch 2 – Detailed
Kiriko currently has her default skin (seen above), plus four Rare variants, one Epic variant, and three Legendary skins. Here’s what they look like and how to obtain them:
Legendary skin available for 1900 Overwatch 2 coins.
Exclusive Legendary skin available as a Twitch drop. Click here for details on obtaining Overwatch 2 Twitch Drops.
Legendary skin unlocked by reaching tier 20 in the Season One Premium Battle Pass.
Epic skin available for 1000 Overwatch 2 coins.
- Ajisai / Fuji / Take / Tanpopo
Four rare color variants available for 300 Overwatch 2 coins each.
How To Unlock Kiriko in Overwatch 2
Kiriko marks the beginning of Overwatch 2’s new free-to-play model and how it aims to introduce new Heroes over its future seasons. If you already owned and played Overwatch 1, then logging on to Overwatch 2 will automatically unlock Kiriko for you through the Founder’s Pack.
However, players brand new to Overwatch 2 will need to unlock her through what is now the new standard for obtaining Heroes down the line. For Kiriko, you’ve got two options:
- Premium Battle Pass
- By purchasing the Premium Battle Pass for 1000 Overwatch 2 coins, you’ll automatically unlock Kiriko.
- Reach Tier 55 in the Battle Pass
- If you’d rather not spend the coins, you can earn Kiriko by grinding to tier 55 in the Battle Pass to earn her as a free reward.
It’s safe to assume that the previous two methods can be applied to all future Heroes released for Overwatch 2.
If this guide was helpful, make sure to check out our other guides on Overwatch 2 and more here at Prima Games.