How to get free Masked Dancer Moira skin in Overwatch 2
A quick Overwatch 2 guide on how to unlock a free Moira legendary skin.
Overwatch 2 players can now unlock the Masked Dancer Moira skin to celebrate Lunar New Year! Here's how to get the Masked Dancer legendary skin for free in Overwatch 2.
How to get the Masked Dancer Moira skin
Between Jan.11 through Jan. 25, you can obtain the legendary Moira skin for free through Twitch drops. Visit a channel that has drops enabled and watch Overwatch 2 games for two hours to get the Lion’s Head victory pose. Then, keep watching for an additional four hours to get the Moira Masked Dancer legendary skin. This means the skin requires six hours of watched content.
Masked Dancer Llegendary Moira skin in Overwatch 2 (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
- Watch 2 hours = Moira's Lion Roars victory pose
- Watch 6 hours = Moira's Masked Dancer legendary skin
You don't need to watch Overwatch 2 games on the same channel for the entire time to earn these in-game items. For example, you can watch 30 minutes of content on one channel and hop over to another channel that's under the game's Twitch category. It should be noted that you can't speed up the progress towards a drop by watching more than one channel at the same time.
A screenshot of the Overwatch 2 Twitch category (Image via Twitch)
Free legendary Moira skin in Overwatch 2
Before you start viewing matches, make sure that your Twitch and Battle.net accounts are linked up. Just log in to you Battle.net account and head to the connections page. Then, press the “Connect” button located next to the Twitch area.
To claim the free legendary Moira skin, visit the inventory page on Twitch. You can also claim Twitch drops right on the channel that you're watching the Overwatch 2 content on.
"Earned Twitch Drop rewards will expire seven days after they’ve been claimed if a Battle.net account has not been linked," according to Blizzard.
As for the eligible locations, they include North America, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Japan, Taiwan, New Zealand, and Australia.
That's all for now. Stay tuned on Esports.gg for more Overwatch 2 news and updates.
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