All Ultimate Skins in LoL

Ever wanted an innovative, unique, and shocking skin? Then buy the highest tiered skins in League of Legends, called Ultimate skins!

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There are a lot of beautiful skins in League of Legends with different styles, prices, and tiers, ranging from Prestige, Limited, Legacy, and Legendary skins. But of course, the best skins will always be the most expensive ones called the Ultimate skins. Riot Games extensively designs and develops these skins that usually take years. If you are currently looking for a guide before buying the best skin you will probably have, here is a list of all of the ultimate skins in LoL.

How Many Ultimate Skins Are There?

There are currently six ultimate skins in League of Legends: Pulsefire Ezreal, Spirit Guard Udyr, DJ Sona, Elementalist Lux, Gun Goddess Miss Fortune, and K/DA All Out Seraphine. And each of them has never-before-seen animations that will shock any fan of the game. It is Riot’s creme-de-la-creme in terms of skins. 

Pulsefire Ezreal

Released on June 29, 2012, this is the first ultimate skin in League of Legends. Pulsefire Ezreal is still one of the most amazing skins in the game. This skin is an alternate reality version of Ezreal set in a dystopian future equipped with futuristic and chrono enhancements. 

For the past few years, the public has been requesting a skin revamp for Pulsefire Ezreal because they felt that the skin did not hold up to modern standards. Fortunately, Riot Games delivered and improved everything the skin features, including animations, particles, voice lines, and textures. 

Pulsefire Ezreal enhances his armor and weapons every time he levels up, and there are four upgrades in total. Imagine defeating everyone in the early game and snowballing while your character makes you look stronger after adding more upgrades to his armor, feels really good, no? Because Ezreal’s abilities are mystic, the blue and white style of the Pulsefire concept makes everything about him more awesome.

Spirit Guard Udyr

The second ultimate skin released in the game, Spirit Guard Udyr, might look plain and simple compared to Pulsefire Ezreal. But as they always say, do not judge a book by its cover because this is the first cosmetic in League of Legends that offers different forms with many colors. 

Riot Games used a cleaner and natural look for League’s Spirit Walker. Spirit Guard Udyr looks like a monk that spent his entire life mastering the art of the beasts. Even though this cosmetic does not have a flashy model, its beauty lies in the animations and particles of every ability. 

Unlike his classic skins, the spirit of the animals that Spirit Guard Udyr has performs actions that relate to the stance that he is using, which is a really great touch. 

Spirit Guard Udyr looks stronger and better every time he levels up as expected in an ultimate skin. However, this only applies whenever he upgrades his abilities. For example, longer claws will appear whenever Spirit Guard Udyr maxes his tiger stance skill.

DJ Sona

It is a known fact that Sona is an excellent musician. Riot Games modernized her whole concept by releasing a DJ version of League’s very own maven of the strings on February 23, 2015. 

DJ Sona is the third Ultimate skin release in League of Legends, and it shocked the whole community because of Riot’s integration of an innovative feature where teammates can listen to her music in-game, and Sona can cycle through different forms. It actually looks like three different skins combined into one. Each form is inspired by different songs, called Concussive, Ethereal, and Kinetic. You can change them depending on your mood.

Another cool thing about this skin is that colors also change whenever she changes forms, so whenever you get bored seeing repetitive colors, then switch it up in-game!

Elementalist Lux

You might be thinking that the other ultimate skins have many forms that make it hard to choose from, but Elementalist Lux takes it to another level having ten different forms that can be combined whenever you please. Like DJ Sona, every version of this skin has a different model, colors, animations, sounds, and textures. 

Want a frosty-looking skin to suit the Ashe-Lux duo bot lane? Then pick the ice form. Are you playing flex queue with four elderwood players? Then select the nature form. Surely, you would not get bored playing with this skin. 

This skin might have the most fantastic and extensive take of a League champion. The whole elementalist look suits Lux as a witch. Not only that, but Elementalist Lux is also one of the most expensive skins in League of Legends. Released on November 28, 2016, its master edition was initially priced at 3950 Riot Points. Unfortunately, it is now unavailable in the store, and you can only buy the regular version for 3250 Riot Points. 

Gun Goddess Miss Fortune

If you thought that the other ultimate skins might be super expensive for you, then checking out Gun Goddess Miss Fortune will be your best bet since it is the cheapest out of all being priced at 2275 Riot Points. However, do not get discouraged buying this skin, thinking that it might not have the features the other ultimate cosmetics have. It still boasts four different forms: Scarlet Fair, Zero Hour, Royal Arms, and Starswarm. 

With a slightly similar theme to Pulsefire Ezreal, Gun Goddess Miss Fortune has a futuristic theme. She has an awesome-looking exoskeleton and shoots lasers with her guns instead of the usual cannonball that most of her skins use.

Keep in mind that unlike DJ Sona and Elementalist Lux, all of this skin’s animations do not change even though she activates her other forms. Still, Riot Games included a unique UI for choosing from her forms that is similar to Elementalist Lux, which is a great addition. 

K/DA All Out Seraphine

Released on October 29, 2020, this is the latest addition to the ultimate skin lineup in League of Legends, called K/DA All Out Seraphine, which offers a pop star version of the famous starry-eyed songstress. 

As you may have noticed, Riot Games offers something new every time they release an ultimate skin, and K/DA All Out Seraphine is no different. There are a total of three forms for this champion skin, namely Indie, Rising Star, and Superstar, and each of them tells a story. Indie is a version of Seraphine where she is just starting her journey, then she transforms as a rising pop star, and superstar is when she cements herself as a member of the pop group K/DA. 

However, you have to grind for these forms because they are only unlocked through missions in-game. It is well worth it, though, since each form offers new sounds and textures. In fact, each form has a distinct form associated with it, similar to DJ Sona. 

How Much Are The Ultimate Skins?

All of the ultimate skins are currently priced at 3250 Riot Points, with the exception of Elementalist Lux Master Edition and Gun Goddess Miss Fortune. You do not have to worry about the availability because you can buy it at the store today, and these skins won’t probably go away anytime soon!

Are There Other Types Of LoL Skins?

Yes! There are a lot of skins available in the game, like Godfist Lee Sin, Spirit Blossom Thresh, Championship Riven, Dark Cosmic Jhin, and Ashen Lord Aurelion Sol. LoL skins are categorized into:

  • Timeworn
  • Budget
  • Deluxe
  • Standard
  • Superior
  • Epic
  • Prestige
  • Legendary
  • Mythic
  • Ultimate

League of Legends skins can be unlocked by prestige points, skin shards, gifting, or Riot Points.

If you want to view all of the cosmetics available in the game, then view this list of the best champion skins in LoL. Additionally, another champion, called Renata Glasc, will be released soon, so keep an eye out for news!