How to get the Mumen Rider Soldier: 76 skin reward in Overwatch 2
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How to get the Mumen Rider Soldier: 76 skin reward in Overwatch 2

Another One Punch Man skin in coming soon

With the recent One Punch Man collab in Overwatch 2, here is how to get the unique Mumen Rider Soldier: 76 skin in Overwatch 2. This skins comes alongside the revealed Saitama Doomfist skin, available around the same time in Season 3.

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Another One Punch Man skin is available soon in Overwatch 2

When the Overwatch 2 Season 3 reveal trailer was revealed, we saw the first official collab in Overwatch 2. Popular manga and anime One Punch Man will be a part of Overwatch 2, with the main skin shown off. Based on the titular main character, the key release is the Legendary Saitama Doomfist skin.

However, fans were curious to find out if that was the only One Punch Man-themed skin for the event. Other cosmetics were hinted at, but with a recent tweet, we have another skin.

Popular character Mumen Rider is also coming into Overwatch 2, with Soldier: 76 rocking his outfit. To get the Mumen Rider Soldier: 76 skin, fans will have to earn it during the in-game event alongside the Saitama Doomfist skin.

The One Punch Man event starts on Mar. 7 and goes until Apr. 6.

Other confirmed news for Season 3

Ending on Feb. 14, fans can get five free tiers in the battle pass just for logging into Overwatch 2. Also, with the announcement of Credits truly returning to the game, fans can get approximately 1500 credits for completing the free version of the battle pass. Premium battle pass owners get an extra 500.

To use those Credits and unlock skins or other cosmetics, simply go to the Hero Gallery and select the skins you wish to unlock. Note that this only applies to original Overwatch skins for now, so some will remain limited to events and the shop.

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