A Guide to Ultimate Skins in League of Legends

K/DA All Our Seraphine
You can’t go wrong when you have a Seraphine Skin. | © Riot Games

League of Legends features multiple skin types. Each one costs the same. The most expensive skins – other than prestige skins – are ultimate skins. We’ll be looking at what makes an ideal skin and which are the ultimate skins. 

We love our Dark Star Jhin or our Dawnbringer Soraka Are they considered to be the ultimate skins or skins? No, there are clear lines that define these skins – and we’re not just talking about the price – so let’s check it out. 


What makes Ultimate Skins the ‘Ultimate” in League of Legends 

Ultimate skins are the most costly skin tier in League of Legends. Most of them cost around 3250 RP – with one exception which we will get to later. But why are they so costly? These skins often include new technology, but according to a blog post in 2020 It is possible that this will change in future. 

They take longer to create than regular skins. This is why they are more expensive. These skins will make players feel special. 

What are the Ultimate Skins in League of Legends’? 

League of Legends currently has six ultimate skins. Take a look at the entire skins catalog More than 1,400 skinsThis is just a small fraction of skins already in existence, right? 


All Ultimate Skins in League of Legends 

3250 RP| 3250 RP

Pulsefire Ezreal, who was born in 2012, was the first person to receive the ultimate skin.. He still has some of the most amazing lore, having traveled through many universes and had something to say about them all. The skin is just as cool as the lore. 

Pulsefire Ezreal
This skin is already 9 years old. | © Riot Games

The skin can be found in four forms.. This was the first such piece. It’s really interesting and well-done. It’s also worth noting that the skin was updated in 2018 by Ez, which made it more appealing. 

Spirit Guard Udyr | 3250 RP

Udyr’s visual and gameplay will be updated in 2022. The skin will also get a makeover. This skin was originally released in 2013, and it has been given a slight visual update in 2019. The rework will make this skin a real firecracker. 

Spirit Guard Udyr
This skin makes Udyr unstoppable. | © Riot Games

There are five types of skin, each depending on Udyr’s stances in-game. His rework will likely take a lot of influence from his ultimate skin. We are curious how he will be transformed by the VGU in 2022. 


DJ Sona | 3250 RP

DJ Sona is the League of Legends skin featuring the best dance animation. This skin is her ultimate. This is a really fun skin. I hope Riot creates more skins like it. DJ Sona is super unique. 

DJ Sona
Sona is not my favorite game, but I love wearing this skin. | © Riot Games

You can choose from three forms of shuffle that each have their own theme songs. Ethereal, Concussive and Kinetic. But how do you navigate through the songs? Simple, by typing /toggle, /g or CTRL+5/CTRL+7 you decide which Sona you’ll be jamming to. This is the reason why this skin is so popular. 

Elementalist Lux | 3250 RP

This skin was 3950 RP when it was first released. This is true if you want the master edition. Now, you can only pick up the regular 3250 RP skin though – but truth be told this is expensive enough, right? 

You can pick from 10 different looks, which makes this skin stand out from other ultimate skins. This skin comes in 10 different variations that you can choose from in-game. But how does it work? 

Elementalist Lux
This skin is amazing! | © Riot Games

You can choose Lux when you start the game.. Later you can attack opponents and gain stacks. After you’ve reached the correct amount of stacks, you will be able to choose a second element that will transform your Lux into a beautiful combination complexion. 

  • Magma – Fire + Nature
  • Storm – Fire + Air
  • Mystic – Water + Nature
  • Ice – Water + air
  • Dark Nature + Air Oder Water + Fire


Gun Goddess Miss Fortune | 2275 RP

This is the ultimate skin, and it doesn’t cost 3250 RP. Gun Goddess Miss Fortune is slightly less expensive because many people didn’t feel that this skin was “ultimate”. This skin is considered legendary by some, with additional chromas. 

Gun Goddess MF
The guns alone are enough to convince me… and you already know what I mean about guns? | © Riot Games

This skin is called Riot has created an interface in-game that allows you to choose the Gun Goddess skin she should use. This is a different approach to DJ Sona, where the DJ allows players to choose from the many songs available.

K/DA All Our Seraphine | 3250 RP

This skin was Seraphine’s debut skin and caused quite a lot of uproar in the community. How could Riot release a champion with an ultimate skin right off the bat? 

This skin has three different forms, showing Seraphine’s journey as she works to become a superstar. You have to complete missions and play games to unlock the skins, as well as emotes and icons which are available when you purchase the K/DA All Our Seraphine – 3250 RPskin. 

K/DA Seraphine
Which Seraphine would you choose? | © Riot Games

This ultimate skin is not like other skins. You can choose the chroma that you prefer, but it will still be a great choice. You’ll need to work hard to unlock the three skins. This makes it a skin that can be used with three different skins. Each skin is unique because it has its own backing animations and dance animations.  

Are we going to get new ultimate skins? Spirit Blossom Thresh Riot was originally going to make the ultimate skin. Instead, he made the legendary skin. Which champion deserves the ultimate skin? Cho’Gath is my favorite. Send some love to my void creature. 

Spirit Guard Udyr in VGU

Udyr, the first champion to have an ultimate skin, will be getting a visual and gameplay upgrade. Reav3 explains in the April 2022 champion map The skins team was busy perfecting the Udyr skin to be used by the players. 

This skin will likely get a complete overhaul. There will be new splash art and textures as well as new things. We hope the skin lives up to this promise. Udyr VGU has been the subject of much hype

Author: Eric Pomeroy
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