Porcelain Graves Skin: Splash Art, Price, & Release Date

Soumyo Deb
By Soumyo Deb
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Image Credits: Riot Games

Riot has revealed the upcoming Graves skin, Porcelain Graves, which will be released on patch 14.4.

Lunar New Year is one of the first major cultural events of the year. It marks the start of the lunisolar calendar. Because it is a traditional Chinese event, it is also known as “Chinese New Year.” Riot Games is known for adding in-game events based on real-life occasions. And one of these occasions is the Lunar New Year.

Since 2011, with the release of Lion Dance Kog’Maw, we have seen various Lunar New Year-themed additions to League of Legends. We usually see these additions around the start of the year or a few weeks before the Lunar New Year. Additionally, we also see two different skin lines per year in recent seasons. For the season 14, we are getting two different skin lines. One of them is from a completely new skin line called Heavenscale. The other one meanwhile is from an existing one called Porcelain.

Porcelain was initially released in 2022. And besides the Kindred skin, the entire skin line was well received. It included some great skins like Porcelain Lissandra, Porcelain Ezreal, Porcelain Ammumu, etc. And from the newest iteration, we are getting a Porcelain Graves skin.

Graves is one of the most persistent junglers in the game. Regardless of the meta, he can utilize a wide variety of items. And while he is an old champion, the Porcelain skin looks good. The visuals are fantastic, and it’s easy to see in the game. However, it is not as great as Sentinal Graves. But as an epic skin, that is still a really good achievement.

Read more: Porcelain Morgana Skin.

Porcelain Graves

Splash Art

Porcelain Graves
Image Credits: Riot Games

Porcelain Graves Price

As it is an epic skin, it will cost 1350 RP.

Release Date

All of the Porcelain skins are scheduled to be released on patch 14.4, which will come out on Thursday, February 22, 2024.

Soumyo Deb is a League of Legends writer at GameRiv and a dedicated Jungle Main. When he is not writing about the latest League news, he is testing out various off-meta champions in the jungle.