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How to Get the Cowboy Bebop Skins in Overwatch 2

Here's how to grab all the new skins from the Overwatch 2 Cowboy Bebop collaboration.

Despite its tumultuous launch and overall mixed reception, Overwatch 2 continues to dish out awesome collaborations with equally awesome skins. The latest collaboration is with the legendary anime Cowboy Bebop, so here’s how to get the Cowboy Bebop skins in Overwatch 2.

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How to Get All Cowboy Bebop Skins in Overwatch 2

The whole Bebop crew is here, with new legendary skins for five heroes. You can get one of them for free by simply completing event challenges, but the other four require Overwatch Coins to purchase. We’ll start off with how to get the only free skin from the collaboration.

How to Get the Wrecking Ball Ein Skin

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Wrecking Ball, also known as Hammond, gets in on the fun by getting a skin based on the Bebop crew’s cute corgi. To unlock the Ein skin for Wrecking Ball, you need to complete at least 11 challenges from the Cowboy Bebop event. There are a total of 13 challenges, not including the challenge to complete 11 of them.

  • The Real Folk Blues: Complete 5 Cowboy Bebop event challenges.
  • Bang!: Deal 5,000 critical damage.
  • Be-bopped!: Use your Ultimate 30 times. (Excludes Total Mayhem and co-op modes.)
  • Bounty Hunter I: Complete 12 games. Wins grant double progress.
  • Bounty Hunter II: Complete 24 games. Wins grants double progress.
  • Bounty Hunter III: Complete 36 games. Wins grant double progress.
  • See you Space Cowboy…: Complete 48 games. Wins grant double progress.
  • Jazzin’ It Up: Deal 10,000 damage with abilities. (Excludes Total Mayhem and co-op modes.)
  • Eye of the Past: Earn 30 eliminations/assists beyond 15 meters.
  • Eye of the Present: Earn 30 eliminations/assists beyond 15 meters.
  • Swingin’ Save: Earn 40 assists/saves. (Excludes Total Mayhem and co-op modes.)
  • Vicious Showdown: Contest/capture objectives for 500 seconds.
  • Honky Tonk Helper: Heal 30,000 damage. (Excludes Total Mayhem and co-op modes.)

You can pick any 11 of these to complete, but you will probably complete them naturally by just playing the game. Do note that a few of challenges are time-gated, and don’t unlock for a few more days. Unlocking the Ein skin also nets you an Ein weapon charm, name card, and player icon.

How to Get the Bebop Crew Skins

For the rest of the Cowboy Bebop skins, they are obtainable only through the shop. You can buy the skins individually for 1,900 Overwatch Coins (about 19.00 USD) per skin, or you can buy character bundles that come with the skin plus exclusive emotes, highlight intros, and victory poses for 2,500 Overwatch Coins (about 23.00 USD) per bundle. If you want everything, the mega bundle costs 5,600 Overwatch Coins (about 48.00 USD).

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You can grind out Overwatch Coins by completing the weekly challenges, but you can only get 50 a week. So, unless you’ve already been doing it for a while, you won’t have enough time to grind enough Overwatch Coins to get all the skins, unfortunately.

That’s how you get all the Cowboy Bebop skins in Overwatch 2. What do you think of the collaboration and the skins? Which skins are your favorite? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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