Apocalyptic Brand – skin released on April 11, 2011. He shares his line with skins such as:
– Spirit Fire Brand
– Battle Boss Brand
– Zombie Brand
– Cryocore Brand
– Vandal Brand
– Classic Brand
– Arclight Brand
Post-apocalyptic skin for Brand … Doomsday has passed, destroying cities throughout Runeterra and only loners roam the surface. Kegan Rodhe used to be a first-class lifeguard working in active fire zones. All this was before the explosions destroyed the world. Now all that remained of him was a strange fiery shell that exudes flame and hatred. This something now walks through the wasteland and sweeps everything in its path. Splash art shows us the Apocalyptic Brand, walking along the dead earth, which is still burning. Dark dense smoke covered the whole sky and it is clear that an ordinary person will not survive on the surface. Brand is dressed in a powerful gas mask with a bunch of tubes, as well as steel body armor. He wears protective pants and powerful boots in order to move around the poisoned wastelands. Brand’s body is incinerated, it is completely blackened and only fiery streaks can be seen. Probably the flames inside him still support the monstrous life of Brand. His hands and head are open and glow in red, and fire constantly emanates from them.
Riot did a wonderful job creating a beautiful model. Through the dark glass of a gas mask you can see the red eyes of Apocalyptic Brand, which are scary. The visual style of the skin turned out really terrifying and you can easily feel the atmosphere of post-apocalypse on yourself. Unfortunately, the particles, animations and sounds remained the same, but perhaps the developers will fix this after the next update.
How to get Apocalyptic Brand in 2022?
Apocalyptic Brand is a regular skin. This means that you can purchase it in the game store at any convenient time. A skin costs only 750 RP, and if you are a fan of post-apocalypse, it is especially for you. Also, the skin is suitable for the Road Warrior collection.
Apocalyptic Brand has a good concept, but its execution is suspect. The garments are uninspiring yet technically correct, giving the impression of a desolate dweller. His forearms are also equipped with flamethrowers, which attempt to remove the flames from him. His head, however, continues to burn, thus even if the flames on his hands may be explained, he does not appear to be a mutant human in the end. As a result, the skin is designed to transform him into a mutant survivor holding flamethrowers, but instead he resembles a fire elemental with clothing and unneeded flamethrowers. To summarize, the concept is intriguing, but the execution falls short.