Skins keep coming in League of Legends Season 12 as Riot Games announced new additions to the High Noon lineup and unveiled new skins for 2021 League of Legends World Champions, EDward Gaming.

Here’s what the new skins offer and how badly they’ll hurt your wallet.

New High Noon and Worlds skins are coming to LoL PBE

New to the League of Legends Public Beta Environment (PBE) includes ten new skins, as well as a Prestige Edition.

These come in the form of six skins joining the already established High Noon line and 2021 World Champions, EDward Gaming, getting their own skins for winning the tournament.

Midday Skins 2022

Representing all that the wild Wild West is all about, these new High Noon skins joining the line of skins are literally to die for. You have the likes of Leona wearing the dapper dresses, Katarina wielding sharper than normal knives, Mordekaiser sporting a set of forge-like armor, and Varus and Talon looking like a deadly duo. What’s not to like?

All of these skins will be available in the League of Legends in-game store for 1350 RP each. Additionally, the Talon Prestige Edition costs125 ME.

Check out the skin arts below:

High Noon Katarina

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SHARP: Katarina’s blades are sharper than ever in her skin High Noon

Leona Midi Top

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FANTASY: Leona still looks chic in her High Noon skin

Mordecai from High Noon

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HEAT: Mordekaiser brings the lead with his forge-like High Noon skin

High Noon Varus and Talon

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WESTERLEY WARRIORS: Varus and Talon take on enemies in their new High Noon skins

World Skins (EDG 2021)

In keeping with League of Legends esports tradition, Riot has crafted another batch of skins for League of Legends 2021 World Champions, EDward Gaming.

Working in tandem with the players on the team, each player will receive their own skin for the champion of their choice. In this case, Zoe, Viego, Graves, Yuumi and Aphelios can proudly celebrate the achievement of the Chinese team.

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CHAMPIONS: Edward Gaming is the new 2021 world champion

With a theme related to EDward Gaming’s dragon theme, darker tones, and silver and blue adornments, World Championship skins will look great on Summoner’s Rift. Additionally, Edward Gaming’s popular black and red jerseys from Worlds 2021 will be represented via chroma editions.

Going through all the skins from previous worlds, each skin should cost 1350 RP each.

An official release date for the Worlds 2021 skins remains uncertain, but since Riot has revealed them, there’s a good chance they’ll hit the League of Legends store before the Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) starting on Tuesday, May 10, 2022.