Being so new to the game, there aren’t many Lifeweaver skins currently circulating. That, and with the fact that there are many who haven’t unlocked him yet, he doesn’t have as wide of an audience as other heroes.
However, those who have already fallen in love with the hero are ready to snag up any skin they can get for him.
Despite having so few, there are still a very select few cosmetics that actually get used since they are simply arms and legs above the rest. So, to help those looking to break into the wonder of this support, here are the top 3 skins for Lifeweaver in Overwatch 2.
Best Lifeweaver skins: Cassia
Those who haven’t actually played it would say that this skin doesn’t have what it takes to make this list, and the design is just too plain.
But the elegance in this skin lies in that simplicity. Green hughes give the hero that warm, supporting vibe players want and aren’t too distracting when in the middle of a fight.
That is why we think Cassia is one of the best Lifeweaver skins in Overwatch 2.
The Logitech G502 X line features a new way to game with its innovative hybrid switches for speed, precision, and lightweight.
His headpiece is spotted with blossoming flowers, which his other skins do not have, and it really hits on the peaceful nature of Lifeweaver.
Another big plus for this skin is that it was not available through the shop or battle pass but instead was introduced through the game mode, “B.O.B. and Weave,” as the top reward.
This means that players had to dedicate some serious time with the hero to snag this cosmetic, so only true fans who loved the hero enough to play him that much would be able to sport it.
This skin is a bit of an interesting case because there isn’t really any special way to earn it, and it isn’t linked to an exclusive event.
It is simply one of the hero’s basic skins available for purchase at the whim of the player. That being said, it is still one of his most played skins, even over Regent, which is its blue-colored sister skin.
Still, the fact that this skin is so aesthetically pleasing and is so easy to pick up gives it some serious points.
The theme of the skin takes Lifeweaver and puts him into a situation he would probably not want to be in.
For someone who is so down to earth and in touch with nature as he is, he would never want to give that life up for regality, no matter how prim and proper he is.
Because of that, these skins somewhat remind players of the duality of certain skins, like Beachrat. But whether there are deeper levels to it or not, it is still a great skin to have.
Phi Ta Khon
Finally, we get to the skin everyone expected to see on this list, Phi Ta Khon Lifeweaver. This skin was available upon reaching level 30 in the Season 4 premium battle pass, so as long as players grind their challenges, it should be pretty easy to get.
But just because it is easy to unlock doesn’t detract from how awesome it is. This skin is themed around the outfits people would wear for the Thai holiday of the same name.
Players always love skins that bring a little bit of the real world into the game, so having that here really gives support players some incentive to work for this cosmetic.
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However, because it is only available for the Season 4 pass, players need to act fast before the season ends and the skin disappears. You must catch it because it is surely one of the best Lifeweaver skins in Overwatch 2!
But there are rumors that there will be some old pass skins that will eventually loop around in the shop again. For now, those are just words floating, so players best not procrastinate on this and start getting in games!
As more Lifeweaver skins come out, there will certainly be more and more favorites and, hopefully, some skins that are even cooler than the ones on this list. Maybe the Season 5 battle pass will have a Lifeweaver Mythic! Until that time, continue grinding your matches, and we will update you once we get more news.
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