The Overwatch Anniversary event has finally arrived and it brings 11 new skins, five Epic and six Legendary for players to collect.
Overwatch only revealed two skins, both Legendaries for D.Va and Winston before the event began, so players didn't really have an idea of what the new skins were until the event went live.
Listed below are all of the new skins for Overwatch's 2019 Anniversary event with the Epic skins first followed by the Legendaries.
The Overwatch gods seem to have favored D.Va mains for this event because she gets two new skins with Midnight being the new Epic.
The Midnight skin has similar pink to her classic skin, except with carbon fiber throughout and Baby D.Va has black hair instead of her usual brunette.
Sombra also gets a new Epic skin that gives her a gold color palette and an extra layer of eyeliner.
It may not be the craziest new skin, but Sombra players will definitely appreciate the surprise new skin for their hero.
It wouldn't be an event without a new Widow skin and Electric Widow is pretty good-looking, as far as Epic skins go.
She's been given some teal hair and white armor, with her gun getting the same color palette as well.
Carbon Fiber Pharah
The first of Pharah's two skins for this year's Anniversary and Like D.Va's skin of the same name, the Epic one changes her armor to look like Carbon Fiber.
This skin definitely looks pretty sleek and along with the Carbon Fiber pattern it also has a few red panels as well.
Carbon Fiber Doomfist
Someone at Blizzard was obviously a fan of the Carbon Fiber pattern this year, because Doomfist got a skin featuring the design as well.
Like most Epic skins it doesn't change a ton, but does make his fist and regular arm covered in Carbon Fiber and some new paint on his head.
We've already covered Winston's new Gargoyle skin, since it was one of the skins revealed ahead of time for this event.
The coolest part of this skin might just be Winston's Tesla Cannon, which has been transformed into a mini handheld cathedral, complete with stained glass windows.
Academy D.va was the other skin previewed by Blizzard before the event officially began and it was the most highly anticipated skin for this year's Anniversary event, for D.Va mains at least.
It gives D.Va's MEKA an even more mech-like look with a robot head that looks very similar to the video game in D.Va's room on the Busan MEKA base map.
Baby D.Va gets a very appropriate student outfit and some glasses that players either love or hate, for whatever reason.
Mei's new legendary skin for Anniversary 2019 was actually leaked before the start of the event, but it's still pretty awesome either way.
Overwatch's resident meteorologist looks ready to serve up some smoothies and Snowball makes the cutest smoothie shop mascot we've ever seen.
Riot Police Brigitte
There may be no better skin for Brigitte than a Riot Cop and she looks ready to beat down some protestors, peaceful or not, or anyone attempting to get close to the point.
Brigitte is decked out in full riot gear and even has red and blue sirens placed inside her helmet.
With this skin, it looks like Officer D.Va will finally be able to get some backup when things get out of hand and the enemy team gets a little rowdy.
One of the most unique skins for this year's Anniversary Event is Toxic Roadhog, he's decked out in a full Haz-Mat suit with a globe containing a skull and some toxic waste where his head should be.
Some players might think Junkrat would be a much more worthy recipient of the "Toxic" skin, but either way, this could be one of Roadhog's best yet.
Last, but certainly not least, is Pharah's new Legendary skin called Orbital, which for a hero that has a jetpack, is very appropriate.
Like the name suggests, Pharah is ready to go into orbit around Horizon with a spacesuit and a clear space helmet that will look really good in her highlight intros.