Overwatch 2 x One-Punch Man Collaboration Begins, New Skins, Rewards and more

Overwatch 2 players have been eagerly awaiting the collaboration event with One-Punch Man, and now it’s finally here. The event is live in-game until April 6 and includes new skins and other cosmetics inspired by the popular anime and manga series.

The highlight of the event is the four legendary skins that players can unlock: Saitama Doomfist, Genos Genji, Terrible Tornado Kiriko, and Mumen Rider Soldier: 76. The skins for Doomfist, Genji, and Kiriko can be purchased from Overwatch 2’s in-game shop using Overwatch Coins, while the Soldier: 76 skin and other cosmetic items can be unlocked for free by completing challenges.

The challenges require playing games in Overwatch 2’s Unranked, Competitive, or Arcade modes, with rewards earned after completing a certain number of games. The free unlockable items include a Fist Weapon Charm for Saitama, a Mumen Rider Name Card, a Cyclist of Justice Victory Pose for Soldier: 76, a Justice Crash Highlight Intro for Soldier: 76, and a Boros Weapon Charm. More about them below:

  • Saitama’s Fist Weapon Charm – Available after 4 games
  • Mumen Rider Name Card – Available after 8 Games
  • Cyclist of Justice Victory Pose for Soldier: 76 – Available after 12 Games
  • Justice Crash Highlight Intro for Soldier: 76 – Available after 16 Games
  • Boros Weapon Charm – Available after 20 Games
  • Legendary Mumen Rider-Soldier: 76 skin – Available after 24 Games

Blizzard also sells premium One-Punch Man cosmetics in four separate bundles, including the new skins, emotes, voice lines, highlight intros, and name cards. More about them below:

  • Doomfist x Saitama bundle costs 2,500 Overwatch Coins
  • Genji x Genos bundle costs 1,900 Overwatch Coins
  • Kiriko x Terrible Tornado bundle costs 2,100 Overwatch Coins
  • One-Punch Man Mega Bundle costs 4,400 Overwatch Coins

As previously explained by Blizzard, the heroes of Overwatch are still the same heroes, just cosplaying their favorite One-Punch Man characters. The collaboration has been a hit with fans of both franchises, with many players excited to see their favorite Overwatch heroes in new and exciting skins.

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