League of Legends has been here for slightly over a decade now, and their creators keep releasing skins non-stop! Around the end of 2019, League of Legends creator, Riot Games, had released their 1000th skin and planned to release many more skins for this year.
How many skins does League of Legends have?
With the release of the Shan Hai Scrolls series, League of Legends officially has 1176 Skins.
Some champions tend to have more skins than the others. Unfortunately, some champions get neglected in the skins department by Riot Games. Skins are the company’s biggest money drivers because the majority of the players are rushing to buy new skin as soon as it comes out.
The Champion with the most skins right now is Miss Fortune with a total of 14 skins, and we all know why she has the most skins. She’s one of the most popular champions, so they keep releasing more of her.
The Champions with the least skins right now are Yone (1 skin), Aphelios (1 skin), and Samira (1 skin).
There are about 235 individual skins that have Chroma skins in League of Legends right now. Chroma skins are just different skin variations that can slightly make the skin better and more unique. Each skin usually has about 10 Chroma skins, so there are about 2350 Chroma Skins in League of Legends right now.
During the last six months, Riot Games stepped up their Chroma game as well. They are frequently adding almost as many chromas as they do normal skins. The new standard is that most new 1350 RP skins also come with Chroma options when released.
Chromas are not counted in the total count of how many skins are there in League of Legends because while they are unique, they are simply a copy of a pre-existing skin and cannot be used without that skin. Chroma skins are additionally bought after buying a particular skin and can only be used when that skin is equipped.
Including the amount of Chromas, League of Legends has over 3400 skins.
League of Legends Skin categories
Yes, League of Legends does have many skins, but how many skins do they exactly have for each category, and what are these categories?
There are store skins which can be divided into seven price categories:
- 390 RP
- 520 RP
- 750 RP
- 975 RP
- 1350 RP (Epic Skin)
- 1820 RP (Legendary Skin)
- 3250 RP (Ultimate Skin)
Legendary skins and Ultimate skins are the most developed with different visual and sound effects. But there are only about a dozen Legendary skins and few Ultimate ones. If we haven’t mentioned it already, there are 26 skins that are unavailable( you can’t buy them anymore), 55 rare skins, and 309 Legacy skins.
Then, there are Prestige Skins, which can only be unlocked through in-game events. These skins cannot be bought with RP and can only be unlocked with Prestige Points or Event Points with the help of Event passes. Prestige Skins cannot be unlocked with Orange Essence or Riot Points (RP)
Then, there are the Seasonal skins, which can ONLY be earned through sheer skill. There are also the Victorious skin series, which you can get for free by being at the Gold 4 Rank by the end of the Ranked Season.
And the final category is Promotional skins. They can only be earned through different promotions such as earning Riot Girl Tristana through their Facebook Promotion and such.
The amount of skins in each category is as follows :
- 390 RP – 3 Skins
- 520 RP – 161 Skins
- 750 RP – 129 Skins
- 975 RP – 333 skins
- 1350 RP – 377 skins
- 1820 RP – 61 skins
- 3250 RP – 4 skins
- Special – 64 skins
If you’re aiming to collect every single skin in the game, this should give you a good idea of what you can expect in terms of the challenge ahead of you. After all, 1132 skins are definitely a serious mountain to climb, especially since a good handful of them are unobtainable, at least at the moment. Here’s how much would it cost to buy every Skin in League of Legends