The Battle Pass has become a regular staple of Apex Legends. Since the game’s release in 2019, Seasons have been regularly introduced to the game. These Seasons feature things like new legends, weapons, game changes, and other fixes.
However, they are normally headlines by the introduction of a new Battle pass. These Battle passes include many rewards that incentivize the players to purchase them.
Every Battle pass features a long list of rewards to entice the players to unlock them. However, none of these rewards are as coveted as the unlockable skins. These Legend and weapon skins are the main attraction of every Battle pass.
So, with the release of every single Battle Pass the question arises what are the Best Skins from Every Battle Pass? The answer to that question may vary from person to person based on a plethora of factors.
However, if you are looking for a definitive answer, you have come to the right place. Let us take a look at the best skins from every Battle pass.
The Season 1 Battle pass had the Wraith ‘Night Terror’ skin. Season 2 had the legendary Caustic skin as well as the Octane ‘Jade Tiger’ skin. The Season 3 Battle pass featured the Pathfinder ‘Iced Out’ and the Lifeline ‘From the Ashes’ skin. For the Season 4 Battle pass we had amazing skins like Wraith ‘Perfect Soldier and Wattson’s Cyberpunked.
Season 5 had the ‘Silver Specter’ for Wraith while Season 6 had Bloodhound’s ‘Road Warrior’ skin. Seasons 7 and 8 had Octane’s ‘Fast Fashion’ and Bangalore’s ‘Radical Action’ respectively. The Season 9 Battle Pass had Wraith’s ‘Demon Whisper’ skin. Seasons 10 and 11 were headlined by Seer’s ‘Heart of Gold’ and Revenant’s cool and eerie ‘Skinwalker’ skin respectively.
For Seasons 12 and 13 we have Seer’s ‘Aces High’ and Newcastle’s ‘Firewall’ while Seasons 14 and 15 gave us Horizon’s ‘Anya’s Armor’ and Ash’s ‘Imperial Assailant’ skins respectively. Lastly, for the most recent Season 16 Battle pass we have Crypto’s ‘Technocraft’ skin.
If you want to know more about these skins, we suggest you keep reading. We will look at every Battle pass individually and determine which skins were the best in that Season. Without further ado, let’s get started!
Season 1 – Wild Frontier
The season one Battle pass started on March 19th, 2019, and ended on June 18th, 2019. Being the first Battle pass in the game’s history, it left a lot to be desired. The rewards offered in the first Battle pass were nothing special when you compare them to the recent ones.
Similar to the other things in this Battle pass, the offered skins were also nothing special. Most of the skins in this Battle pass were generic and had special no special cosmetics and outfits.
The only saving grace for the Wild Frontier Battle pass was the Legendary Wraith. The skin could be unlocked by reaching Level 15 in the Battle pass.
It is nothing special when you compare it to Wraith’s newer skins, but it holds the honor of being the first unlockable Legendary skin in Apex. This makes it one of the rarest skins in the game.
Season 2 – Battle Charge
The Battle Charge Battle pass saw a lot of improvements and a larger variety of rewards. However, the biggest advance in this Battle pass was in the skins department.
Almost all the skins that were a part of the battle pass were amazing. But in our opinion, the Prince of Darkness and Jade Tiger were the best.
The Prince of Darkness is a legendary Caustic skin that could be unlocked by reaching level 25. The skin itself features gold and black samurai armor with a menacing face mask. The skull in the center of the chest plate and the golden boots bring the entire skin together.
The skin was only available in the Season 2 Battle pass and has not made a comeback since. This makes it one of the rarest skins for Caustic as well as the entire game.
The second-best skin for this Battle pass was Octane’s Jade Tiger. The Jade Tiger is also a legendary skin unlockable at level 75. The skin follows a green and golden color scheme. All the items use a combination of these two colors. The skin itself is notable for the amazing tiger mask that makes the skin one of the best for Octane. Similar to Prince of Darkness, the Jade Tiger is also one of Octane’s rarest skins.
Other notable mentions from this battle pass are Pathfinder’s ‘Dreadnought’ and Wattson’s Hot Rod.
Season 3 – Meltdown
Continuing the upward trend, the Meltdown Battle pass was a massive improvement compared to the previous one. The Battle pass saw 6 new skins added to the game. All of them have unique features that help them stand out. However, none of them are as good as the Iced Out and From the Ashes skins.
The theme for this Battle pass was ice and fire and Pathfnder’s Iced Out skin follows the theme to a t. The skin has a blue and yellow color scheme and as the name suggests it shows Pathfinder wearing ice armor. The ice cream cone logo in the center also adds a comical effect to the skin. The skin itself was unlockable at level 25 and is one of the rarest for the Legend.
The second-best skin in this battle pass follows the fire theme. From the Ashes is legendary skin that was unlockable at level 53. The skin was mainly black and completely transformed the hero. The addition of the horns and the glowing eyes transform Lifeline into the devil or a cosmic being. This skin was not liked by most fans initially but now it is one of the best skins for the Legend in our as well as many players’ eyes.
Honorable mentions for the best Apex Legends skins from this Batlle pass go to Bloodhound’s Arctic Hunter and Caustic’s Frozen Burn.
Season 4 – Assimilation
Season 4 had one of the best Battle passes in the game’s history. The main theme for this Assimilation was robots and all the skins in the Battle pass have a futuristic and robot feel to them. Out of all the available skins, Wraith’s Perfect Soldier and Wattson’s Cyberpunked are the best in our opinion with Crypto’s Blue Steel being a close third.
Perfect Soldier is a legendary skin that can be unlocked at level 25. The skin primarily follows a black and red color scheme. The black and white face paint also adds a gothic flair to it. It is a Wratih skin that is adored by all players who love playing the legend.
The second skin on our list is Wattson’s Cyberpunked. The skin follows the robotic theme of the battle pass and follows a pink, black, and red color scheme. The skin is loved by all Wattson spammers and is widely considered the best skin ever released for the Legend.
The third-best skin in the battle pass is Crypto’s Blue Steel skin.
Season 5 – Fortune’s Favor
The Season 5 Battle pass was a great follow-up to the previous Season’s Battle pass. The main theme for this Battle pass was exploration and every skin available closely follows the theme. Out of the six available skins, Bangalore’s Sky Marshal and Wraith’s Silver Specter are the best.
The Sky Marshal is a Legendary skin that was unlockable at Level 50. This skin is unique in the sense that it completely transforms the Legend. It primarily follows a purple and white color scheme with some gold and black. It is loved by almost all Bangalore players in the game.
Silver Specter is the second-best skin in this Battle pass and has the unique distinction of being the first non-legendary skin on our list thus far. The follows a black, gold, red, and blue color scheme. The entire skin is very well put together and is considered by many as the best Wraith skin in Apex Legends.
Our notable mentions include Mirage’s Fools Gold and Bloodhound’s Golden Claw.
Season 6 – Boosted
The sixth Battle Pass for Apex Legends started on August 18th, 2020, and ended on November 4th, 2020. The Season 6 Battle pass followed the trend of great battle passes and had a lot of exciting things to offer. The theme for this Battle pass was Racing and the six skins that were released followed this theme as well. Out of all the available skins, the best ones were Bloodhound’s Road Warrior and Pathfinder’s Full Throttle
The Road Warrior is considered by many as one of the best overall skins in the game. It is a Legendary skin that was unlockable at level 50. The skin is a stylish combination of red and black. The white mask along with the hat makes it an all-time skin for Bloodhound players.
The second skin from this battle pass is Pathfinder’s Full Throttle. It is also a legendary skin that was unlockable at level 25. The skin had a yellow and black color scheme with a red and yellow logo in the center. It is a skin that is loved by most Pathfinder players and it ranks high on the list of the best skins for him.
Other honorable mentions from this Battle pass include Mirage’s Stunt Double and Octane’s Hit and Run.
Season 7 – Ascension
The Ascension Battle pass started on November 4th, 2020, and ended on February 2nd, 2021. The main theme of this Battle pass was fashion and all 6 skins that were made available have a stylistic flair to them. Out of these skins, Octane’s Fast Fashion is the clear frontrunner. However, there is a toss-up between Wraith’s High Class and Royal Guard skins.
Fast Fashion is one of Octane’s overall best skins in the game. It is a legendary skin that was unlockable at level 50. The skin has a blue and golden color scheme. It also features a mask with an emoji face drawn on it. Lastly, the skin also comes with a matching Prowler skin that raises its level even more.
The second-best skin in this battle pass is Wraith’s High Class skin which marginally beats out the Royal Guard skin. High Class is also a legendary skin that was unlockable at level 25. The skin follows a black, red, and white color scheme. The skin itself has a futuristic and stylistic vibe which makes it a great Wraith skin.
Other notable mentions for the best skins in this Battle pass include Wraith’s Royal Guard and Revenant’s Teal Torment.
Season 8 – Mayhem
The Mayhem Battle pass had an action theme and the six available skins followed that theme. The battle pass itself was a massive downgrade when compared to the previous few ones. This was also apparent when it came to the skins. Out of all the unlockable skins, the Legendary Radical Action and Bad to the Bone were the only good ones.
Radical Action is one of the best Bangalore skins to date. It is a legendary skin that was unlockable at level 25. The skin features a camouflage pattern as well as a blue and gold color scheme. The hairstyle and the sunglasses also help make it one of the coolest skins in the game.
The second skin from this Battle pass is Lifeline’s Bad to the Bone. This legendary skin was unlockable at level 50 and featured a blue, red, and green color scheme. The unique mask and the red hair in the set help make it a crowd-favorite Lifeline skin.
The honorable mentions for this Battle pass go to Loba’s Boundless Envy skin.
Season 9 – Legacy
The Legacy Battle pass had Japanese Culture as its theme and the five skins included in it did a good job representing it. However, this Battle pass mostly received bad reviews because of the lackluster rewards it offered. Out of the available skins, the Crafty Kitsune and the Demon’s Whisper were the best skins by a wide margin.
Rampart’s Crafty Kitsune was a Legendary skin that was unlockable at level 25. The skin itself used an orange, white, and black color scheme. The skin effectively incorporated the Japanese culture theme through the headband as well as the fox head on Rampart’s shoulder. These unique cosmetic items make it a great Rampart skin.
Wraith’s Demon’s Whisper is a close second when we talk about the best skins from the Legacy Battle pass. The skin used a red, black, and green color scheme and these colors were used to create festive attire. The addition of the dragon head also makes it a quite memorable Wrath skin.
Other notable mentions from this Battle pass are the Deruma Darter and the Performance Artist skins.
Season 10 – Emergence
The theme for the Emergence Battle pass was bugs/animals and all the cosmetics and skins were designed according. Almost all the skins are highly praised by most players. Out of the eight available skins in this Battle pass, the best ones are Valkriye’s Aerial Evolution and Seer’s Heart of Gold.
The Aerial Evolution is a Legendary skin that was unlockable at level 25. The skin had a pink, white, and purple color scheme and was modeled after a wasp. The skin also came with a pairing of a Temporal Scale Flatline. Most players were unhappy with the goggles in the skin but it is still considered a good Valkriye skin overall.
The Heart of Gold is the second-best skin from the Emergence Battle pass. The skin uses a golden and black color scheme. Similar to the Valkriye skin, the Heart of Gold also came with a Winged Sun 30-30 repeater pairing. It is considered by many as one of the best Seer skins overall.
Other memorable skins from the Emergence Battle pass include the Biotic Luminary, Iridescent Plumage, and Magnetic Mantis.
Season 11 – Escape
The theme for this Season’s Battle pass was Tropical Paradises which is in line with the release of the new Storm Point map. There were a total of 8 different skins that were featured in this Battle Pass and all of them have a tropical feel about them. Out of all of these skins, the best ones are Revenant’s Skinwalker and Loba’s Poison Dart
In our opinion, Revenant’s Skinwalker is the best skin of the Escape Battle pass. This was an Epic skin that used a variety of colors to create an amazing harmony between them. The addition of different cosmetics like the headwear, the shoulder spikes, and the tribal attire makes it a really good Apex Legends skin.
Loba’s Poison Dart is another impressive Epic skin. It uses different unique colors to create a skin that is simple yet tropical. These factors make a highly rated skin among Loba players.
Other notable skins from this Battle pass are the Vision Walker, the Desert Mirage, and the Glorious Combatant.
Season 12 – Defiance
Rebel Bikers was the theme for this Battle Pass and all the skins had a Mad Max vibe to them. There were six available skins in this Battle pass and almost all of them are admired by the fans. However, out of all of these skins, both Aces High and Breaking the Law Legendary skins are the best.
Aces High is a Legendary skin for Seer that was unlockable at Level 25. The skin primarily used a blue and white color scheme. You were also available to unlock different items similar to the skin to complete the set. The simplicity of its design and its elegance makes it a really good Seer skin.
The second-best skin from this Battle Pass was Loba’s Breaking the Law. The skin used an orange and black color scheme. The design of the jacket, the hairstyle, and the amazing golden and red boots make this skin aesthetically pleasing and one of the best Loba skins in the Apex Legends.
Other honorable mentions from this Battle pass are Modern Primitive and The Quick And The Quilted skins.
Season 13 – Saviors
The theme for the Saviors Battle pass was Knights and Dragons. All the skins in this Battle pass had a medieval design aesthetic. Out of the six available, none are as beautiful as Newcastle’s Firewall and Bloodhound’s Feral’s Future.
The Firewall is an Epic skin for Newcastle. The skin itself features red armor and silver chainmail. These items combined give Newcastle a ‘Knight in Shining Armor’ look. The skin is also paired with a Molten Soul M600 Spitfire skin which completes the set and makes it one of the best skins in the Apex Legends.
Bloodhound’s Feral’s Future is the second-best skin from the Saviors Battle pass. The skin uses different colors to create amazing medieval armor. This armor also comes with a pairing of a golden and silver M600 Spitfire skin. These items combined make the Feral’s Future one of the best Bloodhound skins.
Other notable mentions from this Battle pass include Sir Fitzroy, Gilded Grappler, and Blue Dragon skins.
Season 14 – Hunted
The theme for the Hunted Battle pass was Hunting and Wilderness. There are a total of six skins available in the Battle pass and all of them make use of this survival theme. Out of all these skins, Horizon’s Anya’s Armor and Wraith’s Veteran Voyager are the best ones.
Anya’s Armor is an Epic skin for Horizon. The skin uses a golden and brown color scheme. The skin features sleekly designed camouflage pants paired with stylish brown boots. The addition of the blue goggles makes it a well-rounded Horizon skin.
The Veteran Voyager is a Legendary Wraith skin. It was unlockable at level 25 and uses primarily features a brown, golden, and green color scheme. The skin itself is designed similarly to that of a park ranger uniform. The skin is also rounded off with a Lucky Draw Wingman skin pairing. This combined with the initial outfit makes it a unique Wraith skin.
Other notable mentions from this Battle pass are the Field Research and Electric Camo skins.
Season 15 – Eclipse
Goth was the theme for the Eclipse Battle pass. All the skins that were made available in this Battle pass follow a gothic and dark theme. All the skins in this Battle pass are extremely creative and high quality so it was really difficult to choose the best. However, from the six available skins, the Imperial Assailant and the Mail Order Monster are the best and most creative ones.
The Imperial Assailant is a Legendary skin for Ash. It was unlockable at level 25 and uses a silver, black, and red color scheme. The black and white face paint is also a great addition to the skin as it adds a sense of impending dread. The shoulder and knee spikes, the blade in the back, and the pointy devilish boots make this one of the best skins in Apex Legends.
The second-best skin from the Eclipse Battle pass is Revenant’s Mail Order Monster. It is a Legendary skin unlockable at level 50. The skin primarily uses a green and brown color scheme. This is one of the creepiest skins in Apex Legends. The skull-faced knees and the eerie face paint also help make it one of the best Revenant skins.
Other great skins from this Battle pass include Archon, Astral Treasure, and Shadow Sorcerer.
Season 16 – Revelry
The theme for the Revelry Battle pass was celebration. All the skins featured in this Battle pass follow the party theme. Similar to the previous two Battle passes, all the skins in this Battle pass are well-designed and loved by the Apex Legends community. However, the Technocraft and the Night Raver skins are the best out of the six available.
The Technocraft is the best skin in the Revelry Battle pass. It is a Legendary skin that is unlockable at level 25. The skin prominently features bright colors like pink, white, and gold. These colors are capped off with a sparkling black jacket. The skin itself was modeled after the famous electronic music duo Daft Punk. its unique design and the combination of different amazing cosmetics make it one of the best Crypto skins.
The second-best skin from the Revelry Battle pass is the Night Raver Bloodhound skin. It is an Epic skin that combines bold colors like green and pink. The skin is designed with Disco as a massive inspiration. It is unlike any other skin in the game and features several uses cosmetic items like speakers and LED screen-based attire. These unique items and design choices make it a universally loved Bloodhound skin.
Other great skins from the Revelry Battle pass include the Bamboogie, the Heartbeat Harmonizer, and the Amped Up Armor skins.
This concludes our list of the Best Apex Legends Skins from every Battle Pass. Every Battle pass in Apex Legends features a plethora of new Skins. While most of the skins featured in these Battle passes are subpar, the entries on our list are amazing exceptions.
The skins featured on our list are well-designed and show creativity and artistic flair. The skins also highlight the Legends’ features and put them on display for everyone. All of these factors make these skins a worthy part of our list.
We sincerely hope that is list helps you choose the best Legend skins from every season. Let us know what you think about our list in the comments below. Your Feedback is always appreciated. Good luck and have fun!