Ocean Song Yone was revealed alongside six other new skins coming to League of Legends.
According to Riot Games, Ocean Song is a spin off of the Pool Party line. The skins were added to the PBE as fans predict these new skins will be a musical group ready to take the Rift by storm this summer. Some might complain about the champion selection, especially considering the tendencies of champions to spike in popularity when new cosmetics get released, but this skin line looks like a fresh take on Pool Party for 2022.
Here's a look at Ocean Song Yone in League of Legends
Ocean Song Yone Splash Art
Much like the Pool Party line, Ocean Song features multiple champions in one image. It looks like a summer festival with Yone pictured alongside Nidalee and Seraphine with a party going on behind them.
Ocean Song Yone Price
Ocean Song Yone is expected to cost 1,350 RP once the skin is released.
Ocean Song Yone Release Date
Traditionally, Riot Games reveals skins a patch ahead of them joining the League of Legends roster. But, one context clue might reveal that the Ocean Song line won't drop right away. Patch 12.11 is set to be the debut of Bel'Veth and her Battle Boss skin. Some fans expect Riot Games to release more Arcade skins alongside Bel'Veth. Also, Ocean Song features a Prestige Edition skin for Seraphine so there's likely to be tokens and an event pass. Perhaps Riot Games will stack the two releases together, but don't be surprised if these skins don't drop until Patch 12.12. We'll keep you updated as more information is made known.
How to Get Ocean Song Yone in League of Legends
Once released, fans will be able to purchase Ocean Song Yone in the store with RP. Additionally, they can try their luck with skin shards and orbs in the Loot tab.