Top five skins from the Prisma 2 Case

May 06 2020 3 min read
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The Prisma 2 Case is the newest case for CS:GO and brings 17 new skins to the game. Before the Prisma 2 came out on March 13, 2020, the Shattered Web Case had been the newest one, coming out in mid-November along with a new operation. The Prisma 2 Case has some pretty good skins in it, and it definitely made this top five a hard choice, but in the end, only five remain. Let's check out which skins should be at the top of your list from the Prisma 2 Case.


Number five

Getting fifth place for the Prisma 2 Case is the Desert Eagle Blue Ply. The Desert Eagle Blue Ply sports a wood grain design, but instead of a typical brown color, it's a deep blue, with a grey grip. I don't know of many wood grain skins in CS:GO, aside from the Nova Wood Fired, but this skin will fit well if you are going for a blue loadout. The Desert Eagle Blue Ply is a cheap one at about $1, or you can get a StatTrak for around $3.


Number four

Number four on today's list is the Sawed-Off Apocalypto. The Sawed-Off Apocalypto is primarily purple with a galaxy type design, a bomb that looks like the Earth, and a giant turquoise zombie arm on the stock. This skin is no doubt one that will stand out in the server due to its color scheme. It's also a strange coincidence that the Apocalypto hit during the craziness that is COVID-19, though they represent two very different types of apocalypses. The Sawed-Off Apocalypto is another cheap one at about $2, or the StatTrak goes for about $4.


Number three

Taking home the bronze today is the AK-47 Phantom Disruptor. The AK-47 Phantom Disruptor has a gruesome-looking monster covering the entire gun and is painted black underneath. The Phantom Disruptor is a new beast to join the lineup, but he will pair well with Hyper Beasts or other monster-based skins all the same. The AK-47 Phantom Disruptor is a little more expensive than the previous two at about $18, or a StatTrak goes for about $45.


Number two

Getting the silver medal for the Prisma 2 Case is the Glock-18 Bullet Queen. The Glock-18 Bullet Queen is primarily a black and yellow skin with Amanda "AMD" Abreu represented on the grip. AMD is a former professional CS:GO player from Brazil now turned content creator and is an advocate for initiatives that combat machismo in esports and gaming. The Glock-18 Bullet Queen runs for about $40 if you get a Field-Tested or lower, while the StatTrak is more in the $100 range.


Number one

Taking home the trophy for today is the M4A1-S Player Two. The M4A1-S Player Two has an anime/graphic novel design to it, which is why I love it so much and has a plethora of eye-popping colors with a young Operator at its center. I'm guessing he is shouting some expletive(@#$!), but maybe that's just wishful thinking. The M4A1-S Player Two will pair well with other anime-type skins like the AUG Akihabara Accept or the AK-47 Bloodsport. The M4A1-S Player Two will set you back about $50 for a Field-Tested or lower, and the StatTrak goes for about $130.


Have some skins you think should have made the cut? Let us know!


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