Sojourn Overwatch 2 Legendary Skins that may have been revealed in the hero’s origin video

Overwatch 2 has finally released the origin story for the game’s newest heroine, Sojourn, and may have revealed what her first skins will be.

The Overwatch 2 beta starts on April 26th and will feature a new game mode in Push, new maps, reworks of existing characters, and a new hero: Sojourn.

While her kit has yet to be officially revealed, the origin story provided fans with plenty of details on the Canadian heroine’s backstory, her real name (Vivian Chase) and allegiances.

However, fans were also quick to note that the video featured a number of different looks for the former Overwatch captain, and believed these could be her first legendary skins.

Are these Sojourn’s first Overwatch 2 skins?

After posting the video, the official Overwatch Twitter account uploaded four screenshots from the original clip, showing Sojourn in a few different outfits.

In the first, she is seen fighting alongside Soldier 76 in a Canadian Special Forces skin when she first teamed up with Overwatch in the omnic crisis.

Another shows the latest heroine in black motorcycle gear as she sits on her bike where it could be Watchpoint Gibraltar.

Fans noted that these could very well be in-game skins for the hero, although nothing has been confirmed so far. It’s also unclear if the Overwatch 2 beta will feature new hero skins at all.

In any case, Sojourn will be playable from April 26th when the Overwatch 2 beta finally goes live, and fans could rejoice. According to early leaks, Sojourn could be one of the deadliest characters ever added to the franchise.

We’ll just have to wait and see if these are really her skins or if they were designed specifically for the original video. Sojourn Overwatch 2 Legendary Skins that may have been revealed in the hero’s origin video

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