[Top 10] Overwatch Best Orisa Skins

Overwatch Best Orisa Skins
You don't want to cross her... or the street at the wrong time.

What are Orisa's best skins?

Love her or hate her, Orisa is one of the strongest tanks in the game right now. Between her shield, zoning, and defensive abilities, as well as her damage output, she has secured her place in the meta for the past few seasons. Of course, she’s not worth playing unless you have an awesome skin equipped, so we compiled a list of the most badass Orisa skins the game has to offer. Before we start, it’s worth noting that any seasonal skins can be unlocked during the Anniversary event, so keep that in mind. Now let’s jump into our top 10 list:

10. Sunrise (Rare)

So majestic...

Full of yellow, orange, and red ombres, Sunrise is definitely the prettiest of the classic skin recolors. It may not have all the bells and whistles, but it’s not the worst thing to look at when you’re standing behind the tank line.

What Makes This Skin Rare?

  • Simplicity goes a long way.
  • A warm, aesthetically pleasing color palette.
  • Maintains what makes the classic skin so iconic.

How to get the Sunrise Skin: Regular loot boxes or 75 currency

5/10 They did the best with what they were given.

Check out the skin in action:

9. Camouflage (Epic)

Wait... where did she go?!

It may not be the most tactical in Overwatch’s urban map pool, but if you want to look tough, the Camouflage skin is the perfect choice. For only being considered Epic, this one gives you a lot of bang for your buck.

What Makes This Skin Epic?

  • The rhino lets the other team know you mean business.
  • The pops of red look great accented against the more muted greens.
  • Looks like she could beat me up, which is always a plus.

How to Get the Camouflage Skin: Regular loot boxes or 250 currency.

6/10 Somehow reminds me of Call of Duty.

Check out the skin in action:

8. OR15 (Epic)

She's kind of got a GLaDOS thing going on...

Not only does the OR15 look awesome, but it also has a lore tie-in: Efi, Orisa’s creator, was able to build the omnic we know and love by reworking the scrapped remains of an OR15 model. The OR15s were originally commissioned as defense robots for the city of Numbani, but the protocol was shut down shortly thereafter.

What Makes This Skin Legendary?

  • The lack of face will definitely intimidate the other team.
  • The matte black paint job will make you feel a certain type of way.
  • It’s a sleek reimagining of the classic.

How to Get the OR15 Skin: Regular loot boxes or 250 currency

7/10 You can’t beat a lore tie-in.

Watch the skin in action:

7. Sanye (Epic)

This would have absolutely given me nightmares as a child.

Keeping with the theme of spooky-looking Orisa faces, we have the Sanye skin. This skin is definitely meant to strike fear into the hearts of your enemies, and also have a nice connection to Chinese culture for the Lunar New Year event.

What Makes This Skin Epic?

  • The contrast of the red and the white is really striking.
  • The white feathery texture is something we haven’t seen on Orisa before.
  • The details on her gun really tie the whole look together.

How to get the Sanye Skin: Lunar New Year loot boxes or 750 currency during the Lunar New Year event

7/10 Kind of looks like a pinata, which checks out because she’s sweet on the inside.

Watch the skin in action:

6. Null Sector (Legendary)

This skin reminds us that Orisa is actually an omnic. She's so sweet sometimes we forget.

In the Uprising mission for the Archives event, these omnics were bad news. It’s only fitting, then, that players would get a chance to don the skin as they carry their teams to victory.

What Makes This Skin Legendary?

  • Those beady orange eyes are staring into my soul, but like, in a fun way.
  • The rich purple color was a perfect fit for an all-over paint job.
  • The matte black gun makes me chef’s kiss.

How to Get the Null Sector Skin: Archives loot boxes or 1000 currency during the Archives event.

7/10 Would wear for Halloween if I had the costume-making know-how.

Check out the skin in action:

5. Carbon Fiber (Legendary)

Basically Orisa 2.0.

Some have compared this skin to Genji’s classic look, and we can see the likeness. We can’t blame the devs for drawing on the same themes of sleek metal and green glowing accents, because they look seriously awesome together.

What Makes This Skin Legendary?

  • You can see the detail of the carbon fiber mesh throughout.
  • That green visor is everything.
  • She still has that touch of personality in her eyes.

How to Get the Carbon Fiber Skin: Regular loot boxes or 1000 currency

8/10 Evokes images of the cyberpunk future the people want.

Check out the skin in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmKwPr8S5Kw

4. Immortal (Legendary)

She looks like she belongs in a museum.

Gold and purple has always been a classic combo, and Immortal proves why. Throw in the redesign of Orisa’s head and shoulders, and this is one of the most memorable skins on this list.

What Makes This Skin Legendary?

  • Evokes Egyptian imagery, which is always cool to see.
  • The face reminds me of the giant mechs from classic anime, or in other words, it looks badass.
  • The detail of the lights on her hands is a really neat touch.

How to Get the Immortal Skin: Regular loot boxes or 1000 currency

9/10 Ana and Pharah would be proud.

Check out the skin in action:

3. Megasoma (Legendary)

This skin's got me buggin' out.

Orisa is already made up of a strange combo of animals, including a horse and an ox, so it makes sense that she would get a skin that looks like a beetle, too. Also, fun fact: Megasoma is the scientific name for the elephant beetle.

What Makes This Skin Legendary?

  • The little spots of brown make it look like she’s dirty, which is a really nice touch.
  • Her head looks amazing, and is kind of reminiscent of the silhouette of a samurai.
  • It looks like the inspiration without taking too much away from Orisa’s distinguished look.

How to Get the Megasoma Skin: Regular loot boxes or 1000 currency

9.5/10 I wish real beetles were this cute.

Check out the skin in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6TWzSCtawI

2. Dynastinae (Legendary)

Does Orisa look awesome in this skin? You beetle believe it.

A recolor of the Megasoma, this skin is too good not to include as well. Not only does it look like a beetle, but it looks like some pretty cool battle armor, too. Another fun fact for you: Dynastinae is the scientific name for the rhinoceros beetle.

What Makes This Skin Legendary?

  • The contrast of the orange and blue is striking.
  • It’s like a heightened version of the Megasoma, for those who are going for a more sophisticated look.
  • The shiny paint job looks awesome, and it even appears to have a duochrome effect.

How to Get the Dynastinae Skin: Regular loot boxes or 1000 currency

9.5/10 She and Junebug D.va are probably best friends.

Check Out the Skin in Action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oofKYfr0j88

1. Forest Spirit (Legendary)

The earth-benders are quaking.

This nature-inspired ensemble has Orisa looking her best, as the material makes way for the elemental. As if the skin didn’t look amazing enough with her leaves and glowing runes, Orisa is bound to stand out against the game’s urban environments.

What Makes This Skin Legendary?

  • The way all of the metal or mechanical aspects of her model are made to look natural in some way, like how her gun is made of rock.
  • The glowing runes on her forehead and chest are gorgeous.
  • I don’t know what it is about the face that’s so cute to be, but it’s adorable.

How to Get the Forest Spirit Skin: Overwatch Anniversary loot boxes or 3000 currency during the Anniversary event

10/10 She looks like something out of Lord of the Rings.

Watch the skin in action:

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