The 10 rarest Bangalore skins in Apex Legends
Stay locked and loaded with these prized Legend outfits.
As Bangalore has been a part of Apex Legends since its debut in 2019, the character has been gifted dozens of different skins for her fans to unlock. Players are able to craft a handful of these instantly at any time, but some have remained exclusive to long-retired battle passes as well as past events and store sales. As a result, this has created a collection of the Legend’s skins that many consider nearly impossible to get. Here are the 10 rarest Bangalore skins in Apex Legends, listed in alphabetical order.
What are the rarest Bangalore skins and outfits in Apex Legends?
One of the hardest skins to obtain is actually a cosmetic that is readily available in the battle royale — if you have enough Heirloom Shards. Bangalore’s lone Mythic skin, Apex Commander, can evolve into two other variants once players reach its dedicated damage milestones. However, with it being a Mythic, it can only be unlocked in exchange for 150 Heirloom Shards, which can take buying up to 500 Apex Packs to earn.
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Dino Dynamo may only be of Rare-rarity, but it became a legendary investment for those who claimed it with their Amazon Prime membership. That’s because it was a limited-time, free offering to all players who linked their EA account to Twitch Prime in August 2019, and it has not been available ever since. Better yet, the skins separates itself from many of the same rarity by placing colorful dinosaur stickers on the Legend’s standard armor.
On the surface, there really is not anything special about the Legend’s Rare Hidden Tracks skin, with it simply painting bear claws all over her suit. Although, anyone who claimed the skin likely has not regretting it. The cosmetic was free to anyone with a PlayStation Plus members back in Season 3, and the skin has yet to make its way back onto the PlayStation or Apex Legends store. Additionally, the Hidden Tracks is one of few Bangalore cosmetics to not receive a recolor.
Despite Apex Overdrive being an immensely popular outfit, players have had trouble nabbing its yellow Killer B recolor. The cosmetics first made its debut in the Apex Store in March 2019, requiring potential buyers to sacrifice 10,500 Legend Tokens and the Apex Overdrive skin, itself. It has only made two short appearances in the store since, last being up-for-grabs in January 2022.
La Catrina is a Day of the Dead-inspired skin, lending Bangalore skeleton body paint and certainly a dramatic change to her fashion. The Legendary outfit became a staple in Apex’s yearly Fight or Fright event, always showing up in the store each October for 1,800 Apex Coins. That said, the developers cut this tradition short in 2022, with the last version of Fight or Fright only carrying its Soldado De La Muerte Bundle, ultimately requiring players to spend a steep 2,150 Apex Coins to own La Catrina.
Some skins have been gone so long from the shop, it may be safe to assume they will never be available again. This may very well be the case for Bangalore’s Mint Condition, a recolor of her The Enforcer skin. The sickly green getup was last seen way back in March 2020, as players could temporarily craft it with The Enforcer and 10,500 Legend Tokens.
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Nerves of Steel
Nerves of Steel is a medieval-themed costume that coats Bangalore’s default skin with silver designs that dazzle from hundreds of meters away. Its flashy look made it a smash hit with players when it dropped in the Iron Crown Event during Season 2, but the store surprisingly decided to store it away for three straight years shortly after. The Epic skin did make a welcomed, yet short return in the summer of 2022, though it is not clear if its once again going on a long hiatus.
Rareness aside, Outland Warrior is surely a marquee outfit to own in the battle royale, altering everything from Bangalore’s haircut, suit, to even her knee guards. The African-inspired garb also goes the extra mile by including numerous gold accessories, ultimately being over-qualified for its Legendary rarity. No matter, it is notoriously hard to know when this skins appears. Since its birth in 2019, the skin only ends up in the shop for a few days each year, last appearing in October 2022.
Giving her a blond bob hairstyle and a fighter pilot’s jacket, Sky Marshal is an incredibly sleek outfit that is sadly only used by a small group of players. This is because the cosmetic was entirely exclusive to those who reached Level 50 on the Season 5 Battle Pass, making it the most difficult Bangalore skin to earn from a battle pass to date.
Saving the rarest for last, Valor was the very first Bangalore skin to drop within a Battle Pass, coming to players in Season 2. But, it being of only Rare-rarity is an injustice for a different reason. Unlike all other Rare skins, Valor shakes up Bangalore’s default skin with a stunning red jacket that carries several pieces of gold-plated armor throughout. Although the Royal Reign outfit does make for a decent substitute, there are not many cosmetics in Apex Legends that are as glamorous and rare as Valor.