Best Revenant Skins in Apex Legends 2023: All Skins Ranked from Worst to Best

In this article, we’ll talk about all the best Revenant skins that Respawn has released in Apex Legends so far in 2023.

Respawn made a surprise launch of Apex Legends back in February 2019. It was a massive hit despite the unannounced release of the game. And within one month of the launch, 50 million people had registered to play Apex Legends. As of now, around 130 million people worldwide play this game across multiple platforms.

In Apex Legends, the characters are divided into four classes: Assault, Defensive, Recon, and Support. Except for the support classes, all other classes have a wide range of Legends options. Among them, the Assault category has the most characters, with nine different legends with unique abilities.

One such legend is Revenant. Revenant first came out in season 4 of Apex Legends and is arguably the scariest and most ruthless Legend in the game. He made his entry into the Apex game for the sole purpose of taking revenge against the people and organizations who were behind his gruesome fate.

Revenant’s abilities made him one of the best aggressive characters in Apex Legends. His ultimate, the Death Totem, aids him, and his squad brings death to the enemies; on the other hand, his tactical, silence, can cause the enemies to flee in fear.

Revenant is a very popular legend among many players. He has been in the game for long enough, so Respawn has released a diverse collection of Legendary cosmetics for Revenant so that players can enjoy some varieties while playing as this scary Legend.

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The Revenant Skins tier list was last updated after Spellbound Collection Event in Season 15.

How Many Revenant Skins are there in Apex Legends?

Up until season 15 of Apex Legends, Respawn has released 75 legend skins for Revenant so far. Among them, there are 24 legendary, 12 Epic, 23 Rare, and 16 Common skins for Revenant.

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

Here we’ll rank all the Revenant skins that Respawn has released so far in the game. Fundamentally, we’ll put all the skins into three distinct tiers: S-Tier, A-Tier, and B-Tier.

The S-Tier skins are the best of the best skins for Revenant, followed closely by the A-Tier skins that are toe-to-toe with the S-Tier counterparts. However, compared to the S-Tier and A-Tier skins, the B-Tier skins seem very ordinary even though they are legendary cosmetics.

We have ranked these Revenant 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 anywhere on the list below. This list is intended to assist novices and veteran players looking for some of the best-looking legendary Revenant skins in the game.

Best(S-Tier)Synthetic Shinobi, Sacred Divinity, Forged Knight
Good(A-Tier)Death Proof, A Gaze Eternal, Bird of Prey, Blood Ritual
Average(B-Tier)No Chill, Burial at Sea, Frost Ancient

Top 10 Best Revenant skins in Apex Legends

As we mentioned earlier, since season 4, Respawn has released a pretty diverse collection of legendary Revenant skins. Now, we are going to highlight ten of the best ones. Some of these skins stand out more than their counterparts, mainly due to their unique design or a really dope-looking colorway.

10. No Chill

No Chill
Credit: EA

No Chill was inspired by one of Caustic’s best-looking Legendary skins called Blackheart. Caustic and Revenant are the two villain figures in the game. So it makes sense that Revenant was given a similarly themed skin that Caustic owns. No Chill was first introduced in the Season 12 Anniversary Collection Event.

9. Blood Ritual

Blood Ritual
Credit: EA

Blood Ritual is a recolor of Revenant’s other popular skin, called Relic of Death. It is a very distinct-looking skin that makes Revenant look like he came out of a fountain of blood. Blood Ritual was a part of the Season 8 Anniversary Collection Event in 2021.

Other alternatives and variants:

  • Relic of Death

8. Bird of Prey

Bird of Prey
Credit: EA

Bird of Prey is the only default Legendary skin for Revenant to make it into this list. Bird of Prey is a very vibrant and colorful skin that was inspired by Ra, who was the god of the sun in ancient Egyptian history. The blue, silver, and yellow color combination and the look of the skin are what separate this skin from the rest of the alternatives.

Other alternatives and variants:

  • Shadow on the Sun
  • Bird of Prey
  • The Afterlife
  • Ra Fury

7. A Gaze Eternal

A Gaze Eternal
Credit: EA

A Gaze Eternal is a sophisticated Revenant skin with a unique style and design. The main body is made of marble texture and golden highlighting joints. The blue accent on his costume makes the skin more pop than the other skins.

The skin features many scary faces throughout Revenant’s body which can cause fear in enemies as it makes everyone feel like Revenant can watch everyone no matter where they are. A Gaze Eternal was a part of Season 8’s Chaos Theory Collection Event in 2021 

6. Death Proof

Death Proof
Credit: EA

If you want to imagine a futuristic and sporty Revenant skin, then you might get a picture of Death Proof skin. At first sight, the skin doesn’t look like much, but the shiny chromic purple accent and a sleek, sporty body design make the skin look absolutely stunning. The Death Proof was part of Season 6’s Aftermarket Collection Event in 2020.

5. Forged Knight

Forged Knight
Credit: EA

The Forged Knight is a skin that looks like an old knight and was made to be a killing tool to protect the sovereign lord. The skin suits Revenant very well because Revenant is a simulacrum who was the byproduct of the betrayal of the Mercenary Syndicate and Hammond Robotics, who selfishly used him as a weapon. Forged Knight was launched with the Champion Edition in 2020.

Other alternatives and variants:

  • Necromancer

4. Sacred Divinity

Sacred Divinity
Credit: EA

Sacred Divinity is one of the best Revenant skins that almost looks like a character that came straight out of the Mortal Combat universe. The golden and white color blend with a nice touch of blue makes the skin stand out more among all the legendary Revenant skins. Sacred Divinity was first released in Season 7’s Fight Night Collection Event in 2021

3. Synthetic Shinobi

Synthetic Shinobi
Credit: EA

No other Legendary skins make more sense than the ninja-themed Synthetic Shinobi skin for Revenant. Revenant’s Passive: Stalker lets him crouch-walk faster, and climb walls higher, just like a ninja would do. So if you like sneaking around the enemies, then the Synthetic Shinobi skin might suit your playstyle very well. This skin was part of Season 9’s Genesis Collection Event in 2021.

2. Mail Order Monster

Mail Order Monster
Credit: EA

One of Revenant’s most sought-after skins is the Main Order Monster. Fortunately, this Legendary skin was made available as a Season 15 Battle Pass reward. In this way, users didn’t have to pay a hefty amount for a single cosmetic item.

1. Revelations

Credit: EA

Inspired by Evangelion, Revelations is one of the most badass Revenant skins released by Respawn not only for this Legend but for any other character in the game. This anime-inspired skin was released in the Season 13 Gaiden Thematic Event.

Will past event-related Revenant skins ever return?

The event and recolor skins may ultimately make their way to the store, and skins like Synthetic Shinobi, Sacred Divinity, and Forged Knight may still be available. However, Respawn hasn’t released any Legendary Revenant skin in any battle pass, so all the legendary Revenant skins may turn up in the store eventually.

Upcoming Revenant Skins

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

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