The skins just keep coming in League of Legends Season 12 as Riot Games has announced new additions to the High Noon line and unveiled new skins for the 2021 League of Legends World Champions, EDward Gaming.
Here's what the new skins offer and how much they'll hurt your wallet.
New High Noon and Worlds skins hit LoL PBE
New to the League of Legends Public Beta Environment (PBE) are ten brand new skins, as well as one Prestige Edition.
These come in the form of six skins joining the already established High Noon line and the 2021 World Champions, EDward Gaming, getting their own skins for winning the tournament.
High Noon Skins 2022
Representing all that is the wild wild west, these new High Noon skins joining the skin line are to die for, literally. You have the likes of Leona sporting the most dapper of dresses, Katarina wielding sharper than normal knives, Mordekaiser sporting a forge-like armor set, as well as Varus and Talon looking like a deadly duo. What's not to love?
All of these skins will be available in the League of Legends in-game shop costing 1350 RP each. Additionally, Talon's Prestige Edition costs125 ME.
Check out the skin splash arts below:
High Noon Katarina
High Noon Leona
High Noon Mordekaiser
High Noon Varus and Talon
Worlds Skins (EDG 2021)
Following League of Legends esports tradition, Riot has designed another batch of skins for the 2021 League of Legends World Champions, EDward Gaming.
Working in tandem with the team's players, each player will get their own skin for their champion of choice. In this case, Zoe, Viego, Graves, Yuumi, and Aphelios will get to celebrate the Chinese team's accomplishment with pride.
With a theme tied to EDward Gaming's dragon theme, darker tones, and silver and blue adornments, the World Championship skins will pop out wonderfully on Summoner's Rift. Additionally, EDward Gaming's popular black and red jerseys from Worlds 2021 will be represented via chroma editions.
Going by all of the previous Worlds skins, each skin should cost 1350 RP each.
An official release date for the Worlds 2021 skins remains uncertain, but seeing that Riot has revealed them, chances are they hit the League of Legends shop prior to the Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) beginning on Tuesday, May 10, 2022.