Best Urgot Skins | LoL
Monstrous and sinister. These are the words that a League player will probably use describing Urgot. If you want a different style for him, check out these best Urgot skins!
If you are a veteran League player, chances are you haven’t forgotten the most notorious Urgot skin memes that have been circling around the internet. Well, we can not blame those who make them because frankly, Urgot is probably the ugliest champion ever unveiled in League of Legends. However, Riot Games still gave Urgot amazing skins throughout the years. If you are currently shopping for League’s Dreadnought, here are his best skins ever designed by Riot.
Giant Enemy Crabgot
It is obvious that Urgot has crab features, and Riot Games fully embraced that idea by releasing this skin.
Priced at 520 Riot Points and released on August 10, 2010, do not expect tons of features since this skin is the cheapest and oldest one in this list. However, Giant Enemy Crabgot’s model is breathtaking. Based on Japan’s kaiju monsters, Riot Games definitely nailed the design by giving Urgot a scary and detailed look.
The only changes Giant Enemy Crabgot received is the auto attack and Acid Hunter color (which are both blue). Additionally, the model in game is definitely better than the splash art, it is more detailed and smoother. Considering the price, this is probably the most worth skin in this list.
If you ever thought Urgot was strong enough, remember that Riot Games weaponized him extensively.
Look at how many guns that Battlecast Urgot is carrying, as if the classic skin’s weapons are not enough. The futuristic and robotic look really fits Urgot as a champion. Riot also did a great job choosing the colors for the model, because it made him seem stronger and more powerful.
Playing this skin in-game definitely will make you feel more powerful because of the arsenal that Battlecast Urgot has. The colors of the animations and particles have red colors which are based on the model of the skin. But the best part about Battlecast Urgot is the animation of Fear Beyond Death, where he will literally cremate you inside his body.
Battlecast Urgot was released on March 5, 2012, and you can purchase it in the League store for 1350 Riot Points.
High Noon Urgot
Part of the cowboy skin line, High Noon, this cosmetic is a unique take for the sinister champion. Not only that but High Noon Urgot also has a cool story behind the skin, which makes it even cooler.
A cowboy named Jermiah James was offered by the devil to become a body of iron after being left to die in the desert. If you thought that you would never see a giant monstrous cowboy, this skin will prove you wrong. Looking at the splash art above, the huge tank-like weapons and bullets will definitely strike fear to everyone around Summoner’s Rift. Riot Games did a great job by choosing rust and orange colors of the skin, making it more cowboy looking.
With orange hues, the colors of this skin are slightly similar to Battlecast Urgot. But I would say that the particles, sounds, and animations are really different, which is a good thing. Riot used a dynamite animation for his Corrosive Charge. On the other hand, the animation and sounds for Fear Beyond Death are beautiful too, imagine hearing an old train before dying, because that’s what Urgot does.
This skin was released on August 30, 2018 and priced at 1350 Riot Points. You can still purchase it in the League shop today.
Pajama Guardian Cosplay Urgot
Released on April 1, 2020, this is probably the biggest achievement that the League community has ever achieved. After years of public request, Riot Games finally released the Star Guardian Urgot meme skin and priced it at 1350 Riot Points.
Technically, Pajama Guardian Cosplay Urgot is not a Star Guardian, but he looks like one. This skin is meant to be funny but the designers outdid themselves and made it funny and cute at the same time. Imagine a monstrous body of steel walking around with six feet, but the catch is he is a cosplayer. I would say that the best thing about this skin is the colorful model. Just looking at it will make any League fan happy.
One might guess that someone will not be contended just by looking at the splash art. But I will say that the in-game changes are much more phenomenal. Everything about this skin is cute, the colorful particles, the Star Guardian themed animation and sounds, and the model makes it a skin of the history books. Combining Urgot and the Star Guardian theme may sound hard, but props to Riot Games for executing it perfectly.
Fans definitely loved each skin release for Urgot and it is just a matter of preference when buying a cosmetic, so choose wisely! You can also check out the best Udyr skins in League of Legends if you want to become a jungle main. Alternatively, you can also check out these lists for all the best skins per champion currently released in League of Legends