Here are the next LoL prestige skins set to release in 2020

By Melany Moncada


Jul 14, 2020

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Riot Games has now revealed the full list of prestige skins coming out in 2020, so don’t go spending your prestige points just yet.

Two more prestige skins are coming out this year, making for a grand total of five. True Damage Senna, Coven Zyra, and Arcanist Zoe are now available on the loot tab in the League of Legends client. The remaining two are one skin for Yasuo and a remake of a previously released Soraka skin. In the case of the Soraka skin, Riot is testing the interest players might have in revisions of older content. 

The upcoming events in the game will also have their own prestige skins. These are only available for the duration of the event and cannot be purchased again. The next event on the schedule is Spirit Blossom, a large summer event that serves as the introduction for new champions Lillia and Yone. Teemo will have prestige skin for this event. Like every other prestige skin, it is expected to sell for 100 prestige points or 2,200 event tokens.

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The rest of the year will see at least three more events. Ezreal, Sett, Kai’sa, and Diana are the next champions in line to receive event prestige skins. The concepts for these events won’t be revealed just yet. All event prestige skins will be available for purchase just one more time near the end of the year.

All 2020 prestige points will expire on January 28, 2021.

How do you get LoL prestige points?

There are two main ways to get prestige points. The first is through Masterwork Chest bundles. Each of these bundles includes one Masterwork Chest, one key, and one prestige point. These bundles sells for 225 RP for one individual bundle, or 2250 for 11 such bundles grouped together.

The second way to get prestige points is through the event passes, with missions granting five prestige points each. The event pass have typically sold for a little over 1,400 RP. Event passes also grant tokens that can be used to purchase packages of prestige points, which is probably the most direct route a player can take if they really want to buy a specific prestige skin.