The original Overwatch League Home and Away skins are leaving soon! Here’s how to unlock them in Overwatch 2 before it’s too late.

The original Overwatch League skins are going away on March 7. Here's how to obtain them before they leave Overwatch 2!

Overwatch League Home skin for Toronto Defiant Reinhart (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)Overwatch League Away skin for Toronto Defiant Reinhart (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

How to get Overwatch League Home and Away skins

To obtain the original Home and Away skins, launch Overwatch 2 and enter the in-game shop via the main menu. Next, click on the "Overwatch League" tab and select your favorite team to browse through the different options. You can also check out the bundles.

How to see Home and Away Overwatch League skins (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
How to see Home and Away Overwatch League skins (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

Check the "Show Away Skins" box to see the Away skins. Uncheck the box to view the Home skins again. Note that these skins require special tokens as well.

Overwatch League tokens cost in CAD (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
Overwatch League tokens cost in CAD (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

Overwatch League tokens price

Below is the breakdown of how much these Overwatch League tokens cost. You can purchase these tokens by clicking on the orange "+" button located on the top right of the in-game shop.

  • 100 Overwatch League tokens = $5.99 USD
  • 200 Overwatch League tokens = $11.99 USD
  • 400 Overwatch League tokens = $23.99 USD
  • 900 Overwatch League tokens = $47.99
  • 2,600 Overwatch League tokens = $119.99 USD

Alternatively, you can buy tokens through the Battle.net shop. When you visit the page, the price gets shown in your local currency.

Overwatch League tokens price in USD (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
Overwatch League tokens price in USD (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

Once you've obtained a Home and Away skin for your favorite hero and team, head to the main menu in Overwatch 2 and press the "Heroes" option. Select your hero, click on the skin, and press the orange "Equip" button.

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