Here's how you get the Overwatch 2 'One Punch Man' skins for Doomfist & Kiriko

Here's how you get the Overwatch 2 'One Punch Man' skins for Doomfist & Kiriko
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Jack Marsh

Published 

3rd Mar 2023 11:36

Heading into Overwatch 2 Season 2, Blizzard Entertainment has revealed that the Japanese Anime series will be teaming with the hero pool to add some punchy skins to the game, shortly after the Valentine love making is over - quite befitting for the angry singletons.

Coming as one of the leading selling points of the Overwatch 2 and One Punch Man collection will be a Saitama-inspired Doomfist skin, which is already winning players over. Additionally, other characters from the anime will be making an appearance. 

So, here's how to get the Overwatch 2 One Punch Man skins.

How to get the One Punch Man skins

A series of Soldier 76 skins and attachments can be earned for free by completing in-game challenges. By completing a certain amount of games, players will periodically unlock various rewards to use in-game.

As for the remainder, they can easily be purchased from the Overwatch 2 in-game store in a variety of bundles. The prices for each are as follows:

  • One Punch Man Mega Bundle: 4,400 coins.
  • Genji x Genos Bundle: 1,900 coins.
  • Kirkio x Terrible Tornado Bundle: 2,100 coins.
  • Doomfist x Saitama Bundle: 2,500 coins.

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These bundles appear to be discounted at the time of writing, so be sure to pick them up before they jump up in price!

One Punch Man skins announced for Overwatch 2

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Based on a superhero notorious for their single-jab fighting qualities, it's only befitting that the One Punch Man and Overwatch 2 collusion is bringing us a skin for Blizzard's own muscle man, Doomfist.

Sporting the same outfit as Saitama (One Punch Man's main character), Doomfist will be kitted out with a yellow skin-tight superhero suit, a white cape, and some typically fierce red fists. He will be available as part of a bundle for 2,500 coins.

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If that wasn't enough, the popular support character Kiriko will also be getting her own unique skin. Based off of One Punch Man's famous character, Terrible Tornado.

With the Legendary Terrible Tornado skin, Kiriko players will be to sport the unique outfit, alongside unlocking the Terribly Impressive Victory Pose and the Terrible Tornado namecard. As for this outfit, it will be available as part of a bundle for 2,100 coins.

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Finally, a Genos skin for Genji has been added to the game. While it doesn't come with any additional attachments, players can make use of the Genos name card on their Overwatch 2 profile. The Genos Genji bundle clocks in at 1,900 coins

The One Punch Man crossover event in Overwatch 2 will run from March 7 to April 6.

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Jack Marsh
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Jack Marsh
Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.
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