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Overwatch League All-Access Pass Exclusive Skins Revealed

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Blizzard and Twitch have been working on some new skins that are themed after the twelve teams of the main Overwatch pro league, and we finally get to see them.

Even with all the cool events and content underway in Overwatch right now, like the Retribution events, there’s still more to love about the popular FPS. This week Blizzard and Twitch revealed some exclusive skins players can get that are themed after Overwatch League teams.

There are 12 skins in total, one for each of the Official Overwatch League Teams: Boston Uprising, Dallas Fuel, Florida Mayhem, Houston Outlaws, London Spitfire, Los Angeles Gladiators, Los Angeles Valiant, New York Excelsior, Philadelphia Fusion, San Francisco Shock, Seoul Dynasty, and Shanghai Dragons.

The skins all look really sleek with their base white color scheme and team-specific accents. Fans of the Overwatch professional teams will definitely be looking to pick a few of these up. That Ana skin looks particularly sick.

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The $29.99 bundle includes special emotes and access to skins for Moia, McCree and Soldier:76 right away. Twitch Prime subscribers can buy the package for the discounted price of $19.99 until May 7. You also get access to lots of behind-the-scenes stuff for the League if that’s your kind of thing.

Overwatch available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. Get the game here if you haven’t somehow already bought it.

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