The Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 Is Now Live

The Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 Is Now Live

Ana, McCree, Torbjorn, Mei, Zarya, Symmetra and Zenyatta are getting their own new Halloween costumes while Reaper gets a second one since his previous was such a hit.

For anyone interested in what new Overwatch Halloween skins will be arriving, you can check out some of the leaked images below.

That's compared to returning Legendary skins at 1,000 credits, 2016 Epic skins for 250 credits, last year's Rare tier items for 75 credits and 2016 Common tier items for just 25 credits.

Running from today through November 2, Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 is sure to reignite your Overwatch fire.

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. All 2016's Halloween Terror items make their return, too, in case you missed them past year.


Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 skins aren't the only thing up for grabs with over 50 new cosmetics to collect from Halloween Loot Boxes.

Junkenstein's Revenge is back this year and it comes with a brand-new endless mode.

You can still get your hands on last year's gear from Halloween Terror, if you so desire. These items will only be available through the duration of the event.

That's compared to 3,000 credits for the brand new skins available for the likes of McCree and Reaper. The update also adds new emotes, sprays and highlight intros to unlock. The player who survives longest will have the chance to earn a spot on the Endless Night leaderboard.

The developers over at Blizzard finally dropped this year's Halloween Terror patch on Tuesday. Blizzard has been doing an awesome job in keeping the details about the Halloween Event a secret, and players will have to access their accounts themselves to find out what is in store for them.

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