Overwatch 2 has officially released its second season and with that, comes a new pantheon of cosmetics, voice lines, and a new hero to unlock. In tandem with the new release, the Overwatch League Store has brought back a few iconic vaulted legendary skins with the Lovecraft-Esque Zen-nakji skin for the Zenyatta and the divine Good and Evil skin for Echo. If you’re looking for more bang for your buck, there are two new bundles in the League Store.
The Champions Bundle features Midas Roadhog and Zhulong Sombra whereas the Meta Bundle contains Good and Evil Echo, Goat Brigitte, and Zen-nakji Zenyatta. On their own, each skin will cost 300 League Tokens but the Champion Bundle can save you 100 League Tokens while the Meta Bundle can save you 200. But how does one earn League Tokens? In this guide, you will get to know how to earn League Tokens in Overwatch 2.
How to earn League Tokens in Overwatch 2
There are two ways of obtaining League Tokens if you’re looking to purchase some of these exclusive skins.
The first one is where you take advantage of Overwatch 2’s periodic Twitch Drop campaigns. You’ll be able to check and see if one is currently one going by heading over to the Twitch Drop page. Periodically, especially during the League season, you will be able to watch streamers while also gaining Ultimate League Tokens to do so.
If you can wait until the next Twitch Drop campaign before making the purchase, it’ll be important to note that the amount of League Tokens you will get per Drop event will likely be too low to purchase one skin. Watching one hour of Twitch during a campaign would only net you 5 League Tokens. If you’re able to watch the streams for 30 hours, you will get 100 League Tokens. While this still isn’t enough to purchase the skin that you’ve set your eyes on but it’ll certainly reduce the price.
The only other option would be to go to the shop and buy League Tokens directly. 300 League Tokens will translate to roughly $18 USD but this is on par with other skins in the shop.