Overwatch Halloween Terror returns, ends November 1

7 of 7LucioImage via Blizzard Entertainment

7 of 7LucioImage via Blizzard Entertainment

Called Junkenstein's Revenge: Endless Night, the mode is now available in the Arcade.

Overwatch's Halloween Terror event will run until November 1.

Don't forget that if you didn't get those cool skins that were available previous year, they'll be back again today so you got your chance to get that Witch Mercy skin that everyone had lost their minds about or that spooky pumpkin head Reaper which was the love of all DPS players in the game.

Junkenstein's Revenge is returning from last year's event, too, in both its regular form and a brand new endless mode.

Reddit user Mnemosynaut has reportedly discovered images of the new Halloween-inspired skins for Mei, Symmetra, Reaper, and Zanyatta.

This year, a new endless mode for Junkenstein's Revenge has been added, complete with with leaderboards to "commemorate those who last the longest in their fight against the evil doctor". Oh yes, legendary skins like Corsair Ana, Van Helsing McCree (!), Dragon Symmetra, and Cultist Zenyatta are being made available during this limited time event.

The developers over at Blizzard finally dropped this year's Halloween Terror patch on Tuesday.

New Summer Games 2017 cosmetic items were also priced at 3,000 for Legendary Skins, 750 credits for Epic skins, 225 credits for Rare tier items and 75 credits for common tier items. Those skins, such as Witch Mercy, Frankenstein Roadhog and the diabolical Dr. Junkenstein all return with eight more legendary skins thrown into the mix. Take a look at the character skins up close before the big event later next week! You can expect to see loot boxes dressed up as jack-o-lanterns and 50 new items to collect during the event.

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

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