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Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 skins leak and they are unbelievable

10 October 2017, 12:35 | Justin Tyler

Monstrous new Overwatch Halloween skins leaked

Some new Overwatch Halloween skins have leaked ahead of Tuesday's event

The Overwatch Halloween Terror event will make a comeback in October 2017, as the event returns from when it first came to Overwatch back in October 2016.

Blizzard's upcoming seasonal event for Overwatch, Halloween Terror 2017, kicks off next Tuesday, Oct. 10. Just like past year, the Halloween-themed event brings a host of new cosmetics and costumes, and continues through the monst of October.

Blizzard has never been one to shy away from celebrating various festive occasions, and with Halloween around the corner, it looks like Overwatch players will have something to look forward to.

Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017's new skins appear to have leaked out through online ads and other means, and have since been collected by the game's subreddit.


The teaser video released by Blizzard for the event revealed that Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 will launch on October 10, which is just around the corner.

The Cthulu Zenyatta, decked out in deep violet with green shades and tentacles, is arguably the most striking of the three due to the popularity of Lovecraftian horror, while Mei as a jumping vampire known as the Jiangshi again looks adorable. In a post on the Overwatch Twitter page, Blizzard has teased several new skins that will be part of the celebration. We don't have a whole lot of information to go on right now for the Halloween Terror 2017 event, but we suspect that the Junkenstein's Revenge PvE mode will make a return once the event launches, based on the appearance of Dr. Junkenstein himself in the trailer just below. Although no announcement has been made yet, the new leak should give us an idea of what to expect from Blizard this year.

Of course, there is a chance that these might be fake as well but we hope they are not.



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