Overwatch 2: Season 1 Battle Pass, Skins, and Memorabilia Explained

Overwatch 2: Season 1 Battle Pass, Skins, and Memorabilia Explained

Surveillance 2the transition from a premium game (the original Surveillance) to free-to-play will bring a long list of in-game purchases, including a seasonal Battle Pass, as well as a la carte skins and other cosmetic items. Blizzard plans to introduce a new battle pass roughly every nine weeks, with skins, sprays, animations, and digital merchandise bundles rotating through the store at a faster rate.

The paid Season 1 Battle Pass includes a variety of Legendary and Epic skins, as well as the first Legendary skin, a customizable look for Genji called Cyber ​​Ninja. The pass also includes a variety of sprays, voice lines, player icons, emotes, and two new types of cosmetics: weapon charms and keepsakes.

Here’s an overview of what’s in level 80 Monitor 2 Season 1 battle pass.

What are Surveillance 2 memories?

While fans of first-person shooters love Surveillance are probably familiar with the concept of weapon charms – tiny dangling accessories that dangle from weapons and armor – the purpose of Monitor 2Memories of may not be so obvious.

Memories in Monitor 2 can be earned through a battle pass or purchased from the in-game store, and they include items like a miniaturized model of the King’s Row map payload, a slice of pineapple pizza, a cartoon heart, and an oversized salt shaker (used to transmit the opposing team’s saltiness, of course). If players earn a keepsake, they can equip it from the hero gallery, and a related emote can then be equipped from the possessed emote list.

Check out the gallery below to see the heroes of Monitor 2 presenting the list of existing memories.

What is Blizzard selling in Overwatch 2?

The list of available cosmetics doesn’t stop there: Blizzard sells a bunch of skins (some with voice lines, sprays, and highlighted intros) through a store accessible through the main Monitor 2 menu. Here’s a look at some of the skins and bundles, and how much they cost to use Monitor 2The currency of, Overwatch Coins.

The Monitor 2 Watchpoint Pack is available for sale for $39.99. It includes two bundle-exclusive Space Raider skins (one for Cassidy, one for Soldier: 76), 2,000 Overwatch Coins, 15 skins from the original Overwatch, and the Season 1 Premium Battle Pass.

Beyond this bundle, Blizzard also sells skins for heroes like Kiriko, Sojourn, Doomfist, and Junker Queen. A solitaire skin for Doomfist (Kìnìún) costs 500 Overwatch Coins, which equals $4.99. Bundles for other cosmetics cost more, between 1,500 and 2,000 coins. (Blizzard says these bundles offer full price discounts.)

A screenshot from Overwatch 2 featuring the epic skin Kìnìún (meaning

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A screenshot of Overwatch 2 showing the skin

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A screenshot from Overwatch 2 showing support hero Kiriko's Matsuri (meaning

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A screenshot from Overwatch 2 showing the hero Sojourn's Troop Commander skin, which appears to be inspired by the color and design of the Canadian flag.

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These prices may come as a bit of a shock to Surveillance players, who used to get most of the skins in this game for free through lootboxes earned by playing or maintaining high approval levels. But they are also in line with skin costs in other free games like Apex Legends and League of Legendsand players will be able to earn Overwatch Coins in-game by completing challenges – a free way to unlock coveted cosmetics.

For players with more cash than time — or, somehow, a surplus of Overwatch Coins — players can also purchase their way through each Battle Pass to unlock its cosmetics immediately. Each level costs 200 coins. As shown in the menu below, buying 75 levels would cost a player 15,000 coins. (This amount of parts would cost around $130.)

An Overwatch 2 menu screen showing the process for purchasing battle pass tiers.  A grid of unlockable cosmetic items on the left has a price of 15,000 coins below.

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And as with the original Overwatch, Blizzard has a set of Overwatch League-specific skins. They are purchased with a separate currency (Overwatch League Tokens) which can be earned by watching live Overwatch League matches on YouTube or by purchasing the tokens directly.

Here’s what’s currently in the store, for Overwatch League skins:

A screenshot of the Overwatch 2 in-game store, showing a grid layout of Overwatch League skins for Mercy, Genji, Zenyatta, and Reaper.

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Blizzard plans to roll out new cosmetic content frequently, and many players may not be able to acquire all of them without spending money (or working hard) for Overwatch Coins. Given the increased flow of cosmetic content and the associated costs of time and/or money, many players are unlikely to get their hands on everything Blizzard pumps out. Monitor 2its lifespan.

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