Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 Starts Today, Ghoulish Skins Leak Early

Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 Starts Today, Ghoulish Skins Leak Early

A recent leak picked up Reddit user Mnemosynaut revealed new skins for Reaper, Mei, Symmetra and Zenyatta.

Following a week of leaks and fevered speculation, Blizzard has finally, officially raised the dark, unholy shroud obscuring details of Overwatch's 2017 Hallowe'en celebrations. What's interesting is that both Reaper and Zenyatta obtained Halloween skins past year, so it's clear that Blizzard isn't against giving characters new outfits that already got one in 2016. It's not much, but it might help to tide you over until you can start playing this year's Halloween Terror event. In teams of four, players choose to play as either McCree, Soldier: 76, Hanzo, and Ana to defend Adlersbrunn from Junkenstein.

Firstly, it's likely the game will launch with a big update and patch notes released shortly after, there's also going to be a return for the Junkenstein's Revenge game mode, but with one or two small tweaks. Junkenstein's Revenge: Endless Night sees players face wave after wave of enemies and bosses. During the event, special haunted versions of Eichenwalde and Hollywood will also be in rotation. There are a total of 8 new skins to collect, along with the additional emotes, highlight intros, sprays, and icons.

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Based on the Summer Games event, Classic Halloween Terror skins could cost as little as 1,000 credits.

As an added bonus, the old skins introduced previous year were also available at a slightly cheaper price.

Another in-game cosmetic that players will want to watch out for is the Van-Helsing like legendary skin for Mcree, which had already been unveiled and teased by Blizzard.