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Just as the Battle of Olympus game mode came out, the Overwatch 2 team re-released the former Overwatch League All-Star skins in the store. These skins, originally only available for a short time, are back in the store. This includes the skins from 2018, 2019 and 2020.

All the All-Star skins are back

To start, the prices of each individual skin are the same: 300 Overwatch League tokens each. There are two bundles available, each for 700 tokens, which include every skin for one division. Buying each skin individually for a division would cost 900 tokens, so the bundles are a 200-token discount.

Here is a quick list of all the All-Star skins.

  • 2018 Pacific All-Stars Genji
  • 2018 Atlantic All-Stars Tracer
  • 2019 Pacific All-Stars Lucio
  • 2019 Atlantic All-Stars Mercy
  • 2020 Pacific All-Stars D.Va
  • 2020 Atlantic All-Stars Reinhardt
Overwatch 2 All-Star Mercy skin
The 2019 All-Star mercy skin in Overwatch 2. | Provided by Michael Czar.

Each one, while unique, is meant to be a counterpart to the other division’s skin that year. For example, each skin has a natural feel, and the original 2018 All-Star skins complement each other, with Genji and Tracer representing the red and blue of the two divisions.

Whether these skins are going to stay in the Overwatch League section of the store for a while or not has yet to be seen. What we know is that if this is a limited-time release, it will most likely end on the same day of the week as its launch, a Wednesday.

The skins joined the store on Jan. 5, 2023, so we’ll see how long they remain there. But, if you were one of the fans who missed out on these limited-release All-Star skins, make sure to get them while you can from the store.