Overwatch Halloween Terror is live, all skins revealed

Overwatch Halloween Terror is live, all skins revealed

Overwatch Halloween Terror is live, all skins revealed

Skins from previous year that will be making a comeback include Junkenstein and his monster, Pharah's purple spector, Soldier's vampire, Mercy's witch and Hanzo's demon.

As for brand new Legendary Skins being introduced through the Halloween Terror 2017 event, we've managed to glimpse a couple of the brand new Overwatch Legendary skins through a couple of leaked images, all of which you can see just below.

The event will end the day after Halloween, so make the most of it!

The Halloween Terror event will run from October 10 to November 1, which gives players plenty of time to obtain all of these items.

Blizzard is yet to announce pricing and event details, so stay tuned for more information.

As teased last week, Blizzard has rolled out the latest seasonal event for its popular multiplayer shooter Overwatch. The mode allows you and three friends (or strangers) to "face endless waves of Dr. Junkenstein's Zomnics along with some of his powerful allies".

But, if Halloween Terror is anything like the 2017 Summer Games event, then Blizzard will nearly certainly bring back all of last year's skins at a cheaper price.

Good news here to any students aspiring to be future Game Designers: Blizzard have recently posted an advert looking for interns to work at their offices on an unannounced "Overwatch-related project".

Last year's items are also available in Loot Boxes and for a discounted price of in-game gold. The month-long extravaganza includes new skins for the game's heroes, fresh cosmetic items, and a new game mode that pits four people against zombie robots.

If you missed out on last year's skins, you've got another chance to get them, too!

Another Reaper skin for Halloween, is that suppose to be a ski mask?

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