Check Out this Free New Overwatch D.Va Nano Cola Skin

Check Out this Free New Overwatch D.Va Nano Cola Skin

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Over the weekend, a fantastic new Overwatch short film debuted. Titled 'Shooting Star', it put the focus on Meka star D.Va, in particular her insecurities about working as part of a team.

Now, Blizzard has revealed that you can earn a brand new skin for D.Va, in-game, without going through loot boxes. You can see the brand new 'Nano Cola' Epic skin for D.Va just below, which is designed around the drink that the character is seen with in the Shooting Star short.

So, how do you earn this new Nano Cola skin for D.Va? Firstly, make it to three wins in quick play, competitive, or arcade mode, and you'll bag yourself two brand new D.Va sprays. Six wins earns you a new Nano Cola player icon, while nine wins rewards you with the elite Nano Cola skin, which is graded as an Epic skin.

Keep in mind that this new Nano Challenge is only active until September 10, so you've got until then to work your way to as many victories in Overwatch as possible, and earn the new Nano Cola skin for D.Va.

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