How to Get the LE SSERAFIM icons in Overwatch 2

Dying for that little ghost icon

The cutest icons in Overwatch 2 can’t be accessed yet, but soon they can be yours. Here’s how to get the LE SSERAFIM Player Icons in Overwatch 2.

How to Get the Achii, Bokku, Mocca, Ppiya, Puhy Icons in Overwatch 2

The LE SSERAFIM collaboration with Overwatch 2 debuted on November 1 to critical acclaim amongst players who enjoy Kpop and fantastic cosmetics. But players were quick to note that there were more items added to the Player Customization menu that still couldn’t be accessed.

These icons, called Achii, Bokku, Mocca, Ppiya, and Puhyu, depict five adorable Chibi animals that represent the five singers of LE SSERAFIM. And despite being added, they can’t be purchased.

Update: We have confirmation on how to get the LE SSERAFIM icons.

As of November 4, all LE SSERAFIM are now available. To get them, just log on to Overwatch 2. All give icons will become available and will remain a permanent fixture in your account without a single cent spent. However, it’s possible that these icons won’t climable forever. So, be sure to jump on sometime between now and December 5 to grab those icons.

LE SSERAFIM will be performing live on November 4 at 6:15 PT at the BlizzCon Arena. But anyone will be able to tune into the LE SSERAFIM concert from their home using official BlizzCon streams.

While it hasn’t been confirmed, speculation surrounding a screenshot in Japanese has stated that players will only need to log into Overwatch 2 after the LE SSERAFIM concert to claim the icons for themselves.

The translated text reads,

“After the performance, log into Overwatch 2 and you will receive five LE SSERAFIM “FIM club” avatars, designed in collaboration with members of the band, to add to your collection of player icons to celebrate their performance in vivo.”

This would be a welcome surprise for free-to-play players or players whose wallets are hurting after the mega bundle LE SSERAFIM collaboration. Personally, the moment I get Ppiya and Puhyu, I will never be changing off them again.

Sorry, Yachemon Hot Dog Guy.

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Daphne Fama

A Staff Writer at Prima Games since 2022, Daphne Fama spends an inordinate amount playing games of all stripes but has a soft spot for horror, FPS, and RPGs. When she’s not gaming, she’s an author and member of the Horror Writers Association with a debut novel coming out in 2025. In a previous life, she was an attorney but found she preferred fiction to contracts and forms