But that's definitely the only way players can show love for their main while also supporting a good cause.
Called 'Pink Mercy, ' the new skin is available for purchase in-game or online through May 21st and all sales will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. All proceeds from the legendary skin will go to the BCRF to help find a cure. It may seem a bit steep for a single skin, but 100% of the proceeds are going to the BCRF with Blizzard guaranteeing a minimum $250,000 donation to the organization regardless of how well this particular skin sells.
This limited-time skin is inspired by the Mercy hero character in Overwatch, who serves the role of healer and field medic in-game.
In a developer update video, game director Jeff Kaplan explained the reasoning behind introducing the skin: "Breast cancer is the most common cancer that affects women worldwide". Blizzard will disclose the amount raised at the end of the campaign.
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Angela "Mercy" Ziegler is seen as a beacon of hope in the Overwatch world and thus fits the role to fight the plight of Breast Cancer through this event. You can pick the game up on Amazon right now and play as Pink Mercy today. "On designated days, each creator will host a dedicated charity stream on Twitch, and all donations (including Twitch Bits) received during that specific stream will be sent to BCRF".
What do you think of the Pink Mercy skin?