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Overwatch's Halloween Terror 2017 Begins Today

11 October 2017, 09:36 | Justin Tyler

Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 Starts Today!

Overwatch Halloween 2017: new Blizzard game LEAKED ahead of today's event?

Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 skins are what we're all keen for though and Blizzard didn't disappoint.

Overwatch's Halloween Terror seasonal event is back once again, and this time around not only are there numerous new skins and cosmetic items, but the Junkenstein's Revenge brawl is getting some tweaks to.

First and foremost, Reaper, McCree, Zarya, and Symmetra will all be receiving brand new Halloween-themed skins, while the other characters will receive the same skins that they got previous year.

Metro has also reported that there will be about 50 new collectible items which can include a lot of miscellaneous items, possibly some from last year's Halloween event. Players will take on waves of enemies and bosses trying to assault the castle doors. Mei's Jiangshi, Symmetra's Dragon, Reaper's Dracula, Zenyatta's Cultist and Mcree's Van Helsing have all been included.


From the teaser and leaks we know already that there are new skins for McCree, Reaper, Mei, Symmetra and Zenyatta.

For anyone interested in what new Overwatch Halloween skins will be arriving, you can check out some of the leaked images below. Collect all the poses, voice lines, emotes, sprays, and more, which are all up for grabs in the new loot boxes. In teams of four, players choose to play as either McCree, Soldier: 76, Hanzo, and Ana to defend Adlersbrunn from Junkenstein. The first version is the same one past year, while the second version is an endless mode that replaces the roster of heroes with Genji, Torbjörn, Widowmaker, and Zenyatta.

As we've mentioned, Blizzard re-introduced the Summer Games event earlier this year and based on that event we should have a decent understanding of how they might handle the reintroduction of the Halloween Terror event skins.

No word yet on how many other characters are getting that Halloween touch, but if it's anything like a year ago - there will be a lot to be excited about.



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