Best Ash Skins in Apex Legends 2022: All Skins Ranked from Worst to Best

Here we’ll talk about all the best Ash skins that Respawn has released in Apex Legends so far in 2022.

The developer behind the famous Titanfall franchise made a surprise entry into the battle royale genre with the launch of Apex Legends. Despite the unannounced release, players from all across the world were interested in this game. The game quickly gained a following among a wide range of players eager to try something new.

As players got into the game, the character system, movement, precise gunplay, and fast-paced gameplay captured their attention instantly. As a result, the player count of Apex Legends kept climbing.

Upon its release, Respawn introduced a few legends with distinct abilities and roles that made Apex Legends more unique than other battle royale games on the market. The characters in Apex Legends are divided into four categories: offensive, defensive, recon, and support.

Offensive Legends are specialized for being aggressive and getting important frags in a match. Their abilities help them to not only get into a fight but sometimes escape from there too. They usually stay in front of the pack, leading the team to victory.

Ash is one such offensive Legend in the game, released in Season 11 of Apex Legends. Quickly after her debut, this simulacrum became popular among the players because of her distinct abilities, especially her one-way portal, which became one of the greatest ways to engage and disengage from a fight.

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Ash is currently the second latest Legend in the game, followed by Mad Maggie. Because of that, Respawn hasn’t got the opportunity to release a bunch of Legendary skins yet. However, since her release, she has still received some quality skins.

How Many Ash Skins are there in Apex Legends?

Right now, in season 12 of Apex Legends, Respawn has released 48 skins for Ash so far. And among them, there are 7 legendary, 9 epic, 16 rare, and 16 common skins for Ash.

Best Ash Skins in Apex Legends (A Complete Tier List)

Here we’ll rank all the Ash skins that Respawn has released so far in the game. We’ll put all the skins into three distinct tiers such as S-Tier, A-Tier, and lastly B-Tier.

The S-Tier Ash skins are the absolute best of the best among the legendary skins, being followed closely by the A-Tier legendary ones that only fall short by a little margin. The B-Tier skins, however, are Epic skins that look very ordinary compared to their S and A-Tier Legendary counterparts.

We have ranked these Ash skins based on their looks, rarity, and popularity. Like any other tier list, this one is also purely subjective, and any of the mentioned skins can be put elsewhere on the list. This list is intended primarily to assist newcomers and veteran players looking for some of the best-looking legendary Ash skins.

  • Best(S-Tier): Chain of Command, Fallen Angel, Chaotic Emerald
  • Good(A-Tier): Eagle-Eyed, Mercenary Mystique, Denizen of The Deep, Synthetic Huntress
  • Average(B-Tier): Venom Blade, Modern Primitive, Burning Chrome

Top 10 Best Ash skins in Apex Legends

Here, we’ll aim to highlight some of Respawn’s best-looking legendary and Epic Ash skins thus far in Season 12. Ash has quite a collection of nice Legendary and Epic cosmetics, so this top ten list will serve as a reference for players for easy picks. In addition, this list will be ranked from worst to the best.

10. Burning Chrome

Burning Chrome
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There’s nothing too much crazy going on with Burning Chrome skin. However, the shiny silver plating and blue color combination make the skin look pleasing to the eyes. Burning Chrome was featured in the Anniversary Collection Event in Season 12.

9. Modern Primitive

Modern Primitive
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As the name suggests, Modern Primitive skin is primal-looking skin but, with a modern touch. The Black metal body with a dark brown accent makes the skin look bland from a distance. However, the skin has cool designs and stickers that give a modern vibe at a closer inspection. This skin was a part of the premium battle pass in Season 12.

8. Venom Blade

Venom Blade
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Venom Blade is a simple but flashy skin that gives Ash a futuristic look. The cyan and red color combination on the skin creates a nice and vibrant contrast. Venom Blade was a part of November’s claimable loot for Prime Gaming Subscribers.

7. Synthetic Huntress

Synthetic Huntress
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Synthetic Huntress is by far the scariest-looking skin for Ash. The skin has a golden skeleton mask with glowing yellow eyes, which is enough to scare off any enemy in the vicinity. Synthetic Huntress was released in the Warriors Collection Event in Season 12.

6. Denizen of The Deep

Denizen of The Deep
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Denizen of the Deep is a Crab inspired Ash skin that looks quite cool and creepy at the same time. The barnacles throughout her body make it obvious that she has been underwater for a long time. Denizen of the Deep was released in Dark Depth Event in 2022.

5. Mercenary Mystique

Mercenary Mystique
Credit: EA

Mercenary Mystique is a Legendary default skin for Ash. Her battle scar metal body with lots of stains and rust give this skin a more rigid look. The eagle on the hood represents her passive which is to detect her enemies all over the map.

4. Eagle-Eyed

Eagle-Eyed
Credit: EA

Eagle-Eyed is another Legendary default skin that has similar features to Mercenary Mystique. However, the specific color combination gives this skin kind of a Robin Hood aesthetic. The Eagle on her hood also implies that she can see everything on the map with her sharp eyes, just like the previous skin.

3. Chaotic Emerald

Chaotic Emerald
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Chaotic Emerald is one of the gorgeous skins for Ash. As the name suggests, the skin is colored with shiny emerald green, making the skin more vibrant. The structure of the skin also makes this skin a work of art.

2. Fallen Angel

Fallen Angel
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Fallen Angel is a default Legendary skin for Ash that has a similar structure to the Chaotic Emerald Ash skin. However, the shiny dark blue color and golden and white accent on top make this skin a superior version of its counterpart.

1. Chain of Command

Chain of Command
Credit: EA

At first look, the Chain of Command seems like a skin that is inspired by a DC supervillain named Deathstroke. Deathstroke is one of the ruthless and deadliest assassins in the DC universe who carries a sword, and similar to Ash. But Respawn’s version of this character is a fearless assassin that carries a katana with her to tear up dimensions. Chain of Command was released with the Ash Launch Bundle in Season 11.

Will past event-related Ash Skins Ever return?

The event and recolor skins may ultimately make their way to the store, so skins like Synthetic Huntress, and Denizen of the Deep may still be available in the future.

Respawn has announced that battle pass skins from Season 11 and onwards may be available in an event-specific skin package in the future, So any battle pass skins for Ash might come into the store in the future.

Upcoming Ash Skins

As of writing, there has been no new development regarding any new Ash skins in the game. We’ll definitely highlight more Ash skins as soon as they get announced.

In the meantime, follow our Apex Legends Twitter page to get new skin-related updates instantly.

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