Overwatch 2

Overwatch 2 – How to Get and Use Legacy Credits

Overwatch had its currency types, but after the update to Overwatch 2, some currencies now have new names and purposes. While you do have the Overwatch coin system, there is also another currency type called Legacy Credits. These are extremely rare, and only returning players can notice them. In this guide, we will see the purpose of Legacy Credits and how to get and use them in Overwatch 2.

Overwatch 2 – How to Get and Use Legacy Credits

When you check the top of the screen, you might notice some new terms for the in-game currencies such as Coins and Legacy Credits. Here we will see what exactly Legacy Credits are in Overwatch 2.

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Legacy Credits are nothing but your previous Overwatch Credits that are carried over to the new game. Any existing credit from the old game will now be called Legacy Credit in the new one. Currently, this is the only way you can get Legacy Credit, and they can only be used to purchase old skins and cosmetic items. Once you use it up, it is gone forever, so you should think hard before using Legacy Credits in Overwatch 2.

To get Legacy Credits, you don’t have to do much besides updating the previous game to the latest Overwatch 2 version and using the same Battle.net account in both games. Everything that you owned in Overwatch will be carried over, including Overwatch Credits, which are now Legacy Credits. To purchase a skin using these credits, head over to the Heroes tab and select which Hero you would like to buy the skin for. Keep scrolling till you can find a skin that uses Legacy Credits, then click on the buy button. You can also go to the in-game store to purchase cosmetic items the same way.

That’s all there is to know about Legacy Credit and how to use them in Overwatch 2. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.

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