How to Get Overwatch Summer Games 2019 American Reaper Skin - Prima Games

How to Get Overwatch Summer Games 2019 American Reaper Skin

by Nicholas Barth

Tuesday, July 16th saw the 2019 edition of the Overwatch Summer Games seasonal event officially kick-off. Some of the biggest additions to Overwatch with the introduction of its Summer Games 2019 event were the three new epic skins for the characters of Reaper, Mei, and Reinhardt that players can earn for free by completing various weekly challenges. If you are curious about how to unlock the new American Reaper skin, be sure to check out everything you need to know below. 

Overwatch Summer Games 2019 American Reaper Skin

The process for obtaining the American Reaper skin is not a complex one, as players have to win a total of nine games in either Quick Play, Competitive Play, or the Arcade game mode. With individuals looking to add the American Reaper skin to their cosmetic item collections having from July 16th to July 22nd to win nine matches, those who are determined to add one of the newest skins added to the first-person shooter game by the way of the Overwatch Summer Games 2019 event should not have too much trouble in accomplishing this weekly challenge. 

Overwatch Summer Games 2019 American Reaper Skin

Players will also unlock the Shark Attack spray (three wins) and the Punchimari icon (six wins) on their way to collecting the nine wins that are needed to acquire the new American Reaper skin. 

We suggest players looking to complete this Overwatch Summer Games 2019 weekly challenge as fast as possible jump into either the Quick Play or Arcade playlists, as there will likely be less fierce competition gunning for a win and thus allow you to rack up some victories at a much quicker pace.

What are your thoughts about the new American Reaper skin and the Overwatch Summer Games 2019 event as a whole? Let us know over on Twitter at @primagames!

Nicholas Barth

Guides Writer Nicholas enjoys helping fellow members of the video game community learn more about their favorite games. First-person shooters and Battle Royale games are what you can usually find Nicholas playing when he isn't writing. We will congratulate you if you can find a bigger Call of Duty fan than Nicholas, who has been playing since he got Call of Duty 2 with his first Xbox 360. [email protected]