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LoL: New Skins Coming In 2024

Skins 22-02-2024 16:47

Every year, Riot Games releases a ton of new LoL skins for each champion except your main! Unless you are a Lux Main. Let's check out every skin released by Riot for 2024.

Dragonmancer Vayne
LoL Skins: Let's check out all the skins coming in 2024. | © Riot Games

In League of Legends, how your characters look is a big deal for some people. Besides the cool designs of the champions, lots of players like to show off by giving their favorite champions a special looks with skins. 

These skins are also the main way Riot makes money from their free game. With each update, they usually release new skins. So, what cool skins will Riot make this year?

LoL Skins Released In 2024

This year, Riot will once again release a ton of skins. How many of them will be Lux skins though? It's time to check out every single new skin in 2024. 

Skin LineChampionsLoL PatchRelease Date
Dragonmancer
  • Rakan
  • Kassadin
  • Fiora
  • Vayne
LoL Patch 14.1January 10, 2024
Primal Ambush
  • Talon
  • Riven
  • Sivir
  • Vi
LoL Patch 14.2January 24, 2024
Heavenscale
  • Lee Sin
  • Ezreal
  • Smolder
  • Kai'Sa
  • Diana
  • Master Yi
  • Janna
LoL Patch 14.3February 7, 2024
Porcelain
  • Kindred
  • Aurelion Sol
  • Darius
  • Miss Fortune
  • Graves
  • Irelia
  • Morgana
LoL Patch 14.4February 22, 2024
Project
  • Jax
  • Naafiri
  • Gangplank
LoL Patch 14.5

March 6, 2024

What Champions Could Use A Skin In 2024?

Crystal Rose Seraphine
Riot might port over skins from Wild Rift to LoL in 2024. | © Riot Games

Some champions need to wait a bit longer than others for some cool new skins. For example, Zilean and Dr. Mundo have already waited over 1000 days for a new skin. But they are certainly not the only champions that have been neglected. 

  • Skarner — Last skin, November 2020
  • Alistar — Last skin, February 2021
  • Braum — Last skin, June 2021
  • Corki — Last skin, July 2021
  • Rammus — Last skin, July 2021
  • Olaf — Last skin, September 2021
  • Tryndamere — Last skin, September 2021
  • Kled  Last skin, April 2023 (it's not been long, but it's so terrible I want a new one)

How Many Skins Will We Get In 2024?

Riot generally releases between 130 and 140 skins every year. While they have included Mythic Variants as new skins, they are meant to be rare collector items, so don't expect too many of them. Prestige skins are also making a comeback and the first one is going to be Prestige Dragonmancer Rakan. What prestige skins are you looking forward to in 2024? Personally, I would die for an insane Azir skin.

Prestige Skins In 2024: Which Have Been Released?

Dragonmancer Rakan Prestige
First Prestige of the Year goes to Rakan! | © Riot Games

Usually we get a list with all the prestige skins coming in the year to prepare our mythic essence, but we haven't got that yet. The first one has already been revealed though and there will definitely be more.

In 2023, we had 13 Prestige Skins and we expect a similar amount this year. 

Skin LineChampionLoL PatchRelease Date
DragonmancerPrestige Dragonmancer RakanLoL Patch 14.1January 10, 2024
HeavenscalePrestige Heavenscale EzrealLoL Patch 14.3February 7, 2024
PorcelainPrestige Porcelain KindredLoL Patch 14.4February 22, 2024

Mythic Variants In 2024

Dark cosmic jhin
Players were really against Mythic Variants. | © Riot Games

Mythic Variants are a new system that Riot introduced in 2023. It's a new super rare skin type that is obtainable through an expensive gacha system. These skins will cost you an average of $200. While many players have spoken out against this system, as they are literally only recolors of pre-existing skins, Riot will continue with this system in 2024. 

The first Mythic Variant in 2023 was for Jhin and Ekko has received one as well. What Mythic Variants, do you think, will we see in 2024?

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