Best Wraith Skins in Apex Legends That Make You Standout!
Enjoy our collection of the top Wraith Skins in Apex Legends!
Wraith is an integral Apex Legends champion. Her existence is iconic to say the least, and that’s mainly due to the type of player she attracts. The majority of the newer players all at some point gravitate towards Wraith. Now, that doesn’t mean they end up becoming Wraith mains, but she’s the type of legend that nearly anyone with good aim can successfully utilize. Given her popularity, we’ve decided to make a list covering the top skins for Wraith in Apex Legends. This list isn’t only limited to skins that are currently available for her, but also rare skins that came out as part of past Seasonal Battle Passes or events. Wraith is very dear to us, so let’s get this started.
The Quarantine 722 skin for Wraith is not part of a specific Apex Legends Season Battle Pass or Event. It’s a legendary skin that can be crafted for 1200 Crafting Materials, or bought for 1800 Apex Coins when available in the store.
The Quarantine 722 is amongst the earliest Wraith skins that appeared in Apex Legends. Players immediately took a liking to this legendary skin, and that’s mainly because of how well the white color scheme fits someone like Wraith. This skin is as original as it can get, so if you’re interested in something a bit more simple, you should consider it. Luckily it can be crafted through the legends menu.
The Vengeance Seeker skin for Wraith is not part of a specific Apex Legends Season Battle Pass or Event. It’s a legendary skin that can be crafted for 1200 Crafting Materials, or bought for 1800 Apex Coins when available in the store.
The Vengeance Seeker skin is another one of the earlier skins for Wraith. It’s nothing like the other two starter legendary skins, and people have mixed feelings about it. On one hand, the outfit and color scheme is decent. On the other hand, people have dragged this and the Liberator skin through the mud because of how bad Wraith looks with a bald head. Whether or not it looks good largely depends on the individual.
The Airship Assassin skin for Wraith is not part of any Apex Legends Season Battle pass or event. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been crafted for 6500 Legend Tokens only if you had the “Void Specialist” skin for Wraith.
The Airship Assassin is very similar to the Void Specialist and Quarantine 722 in terms of design and aesthetic. Although nothing special or unique, the Airship Assassin is known in the community for its rarity. It made a return in August of 2021 as part of the Legend Recolor Store and could’ve also been bought for 1800 Apex Coins. Sadly, it still hasn’t made a comeback since, and players are anxiously awaiting its return.
The Voidwalker skin for Wraith was released as part of the Apex Legends 2019 Voidwalker Event in September. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been bought for 1800 or 2500 (Bundle) Apex Coins.
The Voidwalker skin was all the hype during the Voidwalker event back in 2019. Wraith mains are overjoyed by the addition of this skin, and it’s hands down one of the best Wraith skins to date. The outfit design is very clean, yet it still has a layer of complexity to it. The helmet simply just completes an already awesome skin and gives it personality. It did make a re-appearance during two events that came after, but as of now, it’s not available.
The High Class skin for Wraith was released as part of the Apex Legends Season 7 Battle Pass. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been unlocked upon reaching level 25 in aforementioned the Battle Pass.
The High Class skin is another one of those Wraith skins that are insanely rare at this time. Season 7 gave players a lot of awesome skins to unlock, and the High Class is one such skin. The design can naturally be described as classy, not to mention clean. It sadly did not make a return to Apex Legends, and we hope that one of these days we’ll witness the return of this highly classy skin.
The Void Prowler skin for Wraith was released as part of the Aftermarket Collection Event in 2020 during Apex Legends Season 6. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been crafted for 2400 Crafting Materials, or bought for 1800 (2500 if in a bundle) Apex Coins.
The Void Prowler is a very popular skin for Wraith. Since its initial release in 2020, the Void Prowler garnered a lot of love and popularity, and an even better recolor of this skin was made as a result of its newfound popularity. Respawn Entertainment did it again with this skin, both the color scheme and design couldn’t have been done better. It made a return to the Apex Item Store in January of this year, but it’s unavailable now.
The Queen’s Guard skin for Wraith was released as part of the Apex Legends Season 8 War Games Event in 2021. It’s a legendary skin that was initially included in a bundle that could’ve been bought for 3000 Apex Coins.
The Queen’s Guard is a reskin of the “Protector of the Void” skin for Wraith. Both the “Protector of the Void” skin and this share the medieval armor look, which we didn’t expect to fit Wraith. But, Respawn Entertainment’s concept artists have this habit of making skins with medieval themes, and their talent, once again, made to make it work with someone as petite as Wraith.
The Neon Spectre skin for Wraith was released as part of Apex Legends Season 10 Emergence’s Evolution Collection Event in 2021. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been crafted for 2400 Crafting Materials, or bought for 1800 Apex Coins.
The Neon Spectre skin takes a more unconventional route in terms of design, and people were pleasantly surprised with it. The outfit itself is somewhat similar to the other Wraith skins, but her blue alien-like skin and haircut are what sold this skin for many people. It’s a nice change when compared to the other skins on this list. We’re not sure when this skin will make a return to the Apex Legends Item Store, but we hope it’s soon.
The Hellcat skin for Wraith was released as part of the Apex Legends Season 8 Anniversary Collection Event in 2021. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been crafted for 1200 Crafting Materials, or bought for 1800 Apex Coins.
The Hellcat skin might seem very familiar to another skin on this list, and that’s because it’s a recolored version of the Void Prowler skin. The Hellcat is in our opinion the better version of the two, and that’s mainly because of how well certain parts of the outfit work with the red and black color scheme. The golden Hellcat mask in particular is what we mean. We highly recommend getting this once it appears in the store again.
The Daemon Hunter skin for Wraith is not part of a specific Apex Legends Season or Battle Pass. It’s an epic skin that can be crafted for 800 Crafting Materials.
The Daemon Hunter is not unique in any way, but it is based on Wraith’s default skin outfit. The only thing that’s realistically different here is the animated color waves, alongside the static color scheme. If you’re looking for something clean and simple but you don’t have a lot of crafting materials, then we highly recommend this skin. It’s a shame that this skin wasn’t a Twitch Prime Gaming reward.
The Ringside skin for Wraith was released as part of the Apex Legends X Market Store in 2021. It’s a legendary skin that was featured in a bundle and could’ve been bought for 3950 Apex Coins.
The Ringside skin is as legendary as its rarity. This skin goes after a boxing theme, which is already implied by the name. They nailed the color scheme, and the hood that they added allows Wraith to retain her mysterious side. With all of this being said, it’s still a rare skin, and we’re hoping it will return in a future bundle.
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