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Overwatch 2 Season 3 Battle Pass: New Skins, Accessories, and More

Overwatch 2
Nico Vergara Updated on by

New content has now graced Blizzard’s popular team-based FPS title through the new Overwatch 2 Season 3 Battle Pass. As always, players can expect more unique cosmetics, accessories, and items through both the Free or Premium paths.

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Whether you’re a casual player that doesn’t spend much or a hardcore veteran that has an extensive skin collection, the game’s newest BP offering will have something in store for everyone. With that said, we’ll be taking a deep dive into Overwatch 2 Season 3’s Battle Pass specifics to help you out in your buying decision.

How much is the Overwatch 2 Season 3 Battle Pass?

The latest iteration of the Overwatch 2 Battle Pass can be purchased for 1,000 Overwatch Coins or approximately $10 USD, with prices varying per region. This gives you access to the Premium path, which allows you to unlock even more of the unique goodies on offer.

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You can always opt not to purchase it since there are still a few special prizes available within the free path. However, most of the rare rewards, like the Legendary Invisible Man McCree skin, can only be acquired through the Premium tiers.

What is in the Overwatch 2 Season 3 Battle Pass?

The main attraction of the Season 3 Battle Pass is the Mythic Amaterasu Kiriko skin that can only be acquired once you’ve reached Level 80 on the Premium route. Other cosmetic highlights that can be obtained through the Premium path include the Legendary Hong Hai Er Junkrat skin, the Legendary Demon Queen Moira skin, and the Legendary Chasa Reaper skin.

The Free path still does have its fair share of special items that can be earned, like the Legendary Black Metal Junker Queen skin and the Legendary Galactic Sigma skin. However, the other prizes are slightly less significant as they are mostly made up of Weapon Charms, Player Icons, and Voice lines.

It’s also worth noting that players will now be able to earn Overwatch credits through the Battle Pass. These can then be used to redeem a Legendary skin in the Hero Gallery.

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