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

Here we’ll rank all the Spitfire skins that Respawn has released so far in Apex Legends.

Apex Legends was released in February 2019 as a free-to-play hero-shooter battle royale game. Because of its unique features and gameplay style, the game drew players from a variety of games and genres. Consequently, it became one of the most popular video games of all time in a few months.

The game’s hero-shooter mechanics, including its precise gunplay and mobility skills, quickly earned widespread attention among gamers. The fact that most of the weapons were familiar ones from the universe of Tifanfall made learning the game and playing it a lot of fun.

One such weapon is the M600 Spitfire, commonly known as the Spitfire. The Spitfire is a fully automatic anti-personnel light machine gun that first appeared in the Titanfall franchise. The gun was very popular in Titanfall, which later appeared in Apex Legends, along with other popular weapons like the R-301, Wingman, and more.

The Spitfire LMG has been very popular since its launch because it is an easy weapon to use. The gun had very little recoil, a huge magazine, and most importantly, it dealt a tremendous amount of damage that could annihilate a whole squad without reloading. Because of that, the Spitfire has gone through substantial nerfs over time, but it still packs quite a punch, even today.

The Spitfire is still a weapon of choice for players at the highest level of competition and in the casual player base. To make the use of Spitfire more thrilling, Respawn has introduced many satisfying skins for players from time to time.

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

How Many Spitfire Skins are there in Apex Legends?

As of season 15, there are a total of 80 Spitfire skins in Apex Legends. Among these, 22 legendary, 11 epic, 31 rare, and 16 common skins are available for the R99 SMG.

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

Now we’ll rank each of the Legendary Spitfire skins that Respawn has released in Apex Legends thus far, putting them into three categories: S-Tier, A-Tier, and B-Tier.

The S-Tier skins are the most unique, rare, and cool-looking skins that players look for inside the death boxes or ask their teammates to drop if they don’t have them in their loadout. The A-Tier skins are rare and eye-catching but fall slightly short behind their S-Tier counterparts.

Last but not least, the B-Tier skins. These skins are legendary Spitfire cosmetics that look and feel okay. Players would love to have these skins, but they don’t mind not having one of them.

As with any other tier list, this one will be highly subjective. This list will be ideal for newcomers as well as returning veterans who are looking for cool-looking Spitfire skins.

Best (S-Tier)Winter Soul, Molten Soul, Pharoah’s Fire, Demon’s Claw, The Intimidator
Good (A-Tier)Frozen Fury, Arcane Intervention, Bone Saw, Sea Stalker
Average (B-Tier)Endless Countdown, Casket Decor, Way of the Serpent

Top 10 Best Spitfire skins in Apex Legends

Respawn has released a pretty diverse collection of legendary Spitfire 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. Way of the Serpent

Way of the Serpent
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Way of the Serpent is a colorful and great-looking Spitfire skin. The green serpent on the skin is nicely wrapped around the skin from the top to end. Not only that, the demon mask at the back and the tsuka-ito style hilt wrapping over the grips and stock make the skin more unique.

9. Casket Decor

Casket Decor
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The Casket Decor’s color scheme is immediately reminiscent of the Copper Claw skin. The intricate design of this skin, however, makes it stand out from the others. The first release of casket ornaments occurred during Season 5’s Lost Treasure Collection Event.

8. Endless Countdown

Endless Countdown
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Endless Countdown is a gorgeous spitfire skin that was inspired by the Clocktrain Octane Skin. The golden color combination and unique design of the skin look absolutely stunning. Moreover, the green Octane stim serums at the side of the skin add more to the beauty of Endless Countdown skin.

7. Sea Stalker

Sea Stalker
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Sea Stalker is a shark-themed skin that was released in the Dark Depth Thematic Event in Season 11. Everything on the skin has parts related to sharks that add to the scariness. The blue-chromatic color with a mix of gold also makes the skin look astonishing.

6. Bone Saw

Bone Saw
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Bone Saw is a Spitfire skin with a tribal theme that came out during Season 1’s Legendary Hunt Thematic Event. Apart from the default Legendary skins, it was one of the first Spitfire skins to be released. Even though it was released early on, it is still one of the coolest-looking Legendary Spitfire skins.

Other alternatives and variants:

  • Demon’s Claw

5. Arcane Intervention

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Arcane Intervention is the latest skin in this tier list. The skin was added into the game in Spellbound Collection Event in Season 15, paired with the Celestial Sage Crypto skin. As the name suggests, the Spitfire skin is mysterious but beautiful.

4. Frozen Fury

Frozen Fury
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The Spitfire skin “Frozen Fury” is quite magnificent, and it seems tailor-made for a winter soldier. Woolen grips and a stock add a touch of class to a skin design that is already spotless, and icicles decorate the face. Frozen Fury made its debut at the Holo Day Bash Event in 2020.

3. The Intimidator

The Intimidator
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The Intimidator is a skin for the Spitfire that, as its name implies, is designed to scare the pants off your opponents. An intimidating frontal structure can be seen on the skin, making it seem like a carnivorous plant ready to devour any attackers.

2. Pharoah’s Fire

Pharoah's Fire
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Pharoah’s Fire is the most sophisticated-looking Spitfire skin in the game. The reason is also very simple, as it was specially made for the pharaohs. The skin is made of gold with ancient Egyptian hierography embedded in it. The design and wires throughout the body closely resemble the War Path Pathfinder skin.

1. Molten Soul

Molten Soul
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Molten Soul is one of the latest additions to the Legendary Spitfire skins. The skin follows a dragon pattern, which is actually the main theme of Saviors battle pass. It is a reactive cosmetic that unlocks at 110 battle pass level, so when you get one or more kills, the gills of the skin open up and become reactive.

Other alternatives and variants:

  • Winter Soul

Will past event-related Spitfire skins ever return?

The event skins and recolor skins may come to the store eventually, and you still may have the chance to get skins such as Pharoah’s Fire, Bone Saw, etc. But battle pass-only Spitfire skins like The Intimidator and Way of the Serpent won’t be coming back to the Apex Legend store.

However, 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, the battle pass skins, such as Molten Soul and Winter Soul, might be available in the future.

Upcoming Spitfire Skins

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

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