Overwatch 2 Season 10 Mythic Prisms Old Skins
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Overwatch 2 Season 10 introduces Mythic Prisms to unlock old Mythic skins

No more missing out.

With Season 10 of Overwatch 2 players will now get the chance to earn Mythic Prisms and unlock old Mythic skins they missed. But how does this new Mythic system work, and how can you unlock old Mythic skins?

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Unlock old Mythic skins with Mythis Prisms in Overwatch 2 Season 10

In a blog post published on April 15, Blizzard unveiled how the new Mythic skins system works. From Season 10 of Overwatch 2 and onward, players can earn Mythic Prisms to unlock old Mythic skins. If you’re upset at missing out on a cool Mythic skin from an old Battle Pass, there’s now a chance of gaining it.

With how upset players have been in the past with cosmetics like the Season 7 skin bundle’s pricing, we’re finally getting some good news. Season 10 introduces Mythic Prisms, a new type of currency that will allow you to pick your Mythic skin from all the past skins. You can earn up to 80 Mythic Prisms by upgrading to the Premium Battle Pass and completing it. 80 Mythic Prisms is also the exact amount needed to unlock a Mythic skin of your choice.

Overwatch 2 Season 10 Mythic Prisms Old Skins Vengeance Mercy
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Instead of picking an old Mythic skin, you’re free to take the new Mercy Mythic skin called “Vengeance” which will have three color combinations and masks. You’ll also receive two hair options, as well as some Caduceus Staff variations.

This means that by the end of the Premium Battle Pass you’ll have to choose between unlocking the current Season’s Mythic skin, or an old Mythic skin like Amaterasu Kiriko, Zeus Junker Queen, Adventurer Tracer, and more. You can also save up your Mythic Prisms for new Mythic cosmetics that could appear in the shop in the future.

This new Mythic Prisms currency and the ability to gain access to an old Mythic skin is a refreshing change to Overwatch 2. Not only are we getting Mythic skin changes this season, but we’re also getting a trial for the new Clash mode.


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