The Overwatch 2 One Punch Man collaboration has finally been launched by Blizzard, and to mark the occasion, the company has unveiled a trailer featuring the anime-inspired skins. These skins will be available to players during a brief event that runs from March 7 to April 6.
Doomfist is dressed as Saitama, Genji is Genos, Kiriko is Terrible Tornado, and Soldier 76 is Mumen Rider in the One Punch Man-inspired attire.
Overwatch 2 And One-Punch Man Collaboration Trailer
The clip begins with Saitama Doomfist getting ready to punch, then cuts to all of the crossover characters posing in an anime-style manner. As the trailer progresses, we are given a more realistic glimpse of how these skins seem in use.
Soldier 76’s skin is free via playing games, however, the Legendary skins for Doomfist, Genji, and Kiriko are sold in the store. Also, players are entitled to a complimentary Boro Weapon Charm, Mumen Rider name card, Cyclist of Justice Victory Pose, and Justice Crash Highlight Intro for Soldier 76.
Up to April 6th, all platforms can access the cooperation event. On Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, PC, and Nintendo Switch, Overwatch 2 is accessible. Season 3 is now out and includes a new Control map, Battle Pass (which includes a new Kiriko Mythic Skin), and a number of new features.
Overwatch 2 Ingame Gifts and Cost
You will have six challenges to do throughout the brief event, and when you finish each one, you’ll get something that is related to One Punch Man. The Mumen Rider Soldier 76 skin is the last thing that can be unlocked.
You can purchase Doomfist, Kiriko, and Genji One Punch Man skins from now through April 6 for a variety of prices. A package including all three skins and their associated accessories is also available for 4,400 coins, equal to $44 USD.
You’ll need 2,500 coins to buy the Doomfist X Saitama bundle, 1,900 coins to get the Genji X Genos bundle, and 2,100 coins to buy the Kiriko X Terrible Tornado combo.
So have you ever played Overwatch 2? If yes then this update really makes you excited and ready because the release date is near.
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