Overwatch Halloween Terror is live, all skins revealed

Overwatch Halloween 2017 start time COUNTDOWN: Skins, Terror Event UK Update

Overwatch Halloween 2017 start time COUNTDOWN: Skins, Terror Event UK Update

Players can now also see how long they can withstand the AI in Junkenstein's Endless mode. In regular Overwatch, meanwhile, the Hollywood and Eichenwalde maps have received spooky makeovers to help set the Halloween mood.

Halloween is on its way, and Blizzard made a decision to celebrate the holiday with a new Halloween Terror event for Overwatch.

Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 runs from October 10 through November 1 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.

Celebrate the frightful season with a Halloween Terror Loot Box, filled with new skins, emotes, highlights, avatars, sprays, voice lines, and more. So if you've been saving up coins to get the Witch Mercy that we know you didn't get past year (trust me, I didn't either), here's your chance to snag it on sale.

We say "more" because Blizzard has already revealed costumes for two popular characters: Reaper gets into the Halloween spirit dressed as Dracula, while McCree goes vampire hunting as Van Helsing.

We've compiled every single new Overwatch Halloween skin for various characters just below, including the likes of Symmetra, Zarya, Mei, and Zenyatta. Whether this is all of them or more are planned remains to be seen.

The return of Overwatch's Halloween event, like Summer Games 2017, brings back skins from last year's edition, including favorites such as Witch Mercy, Dr. Junkenstein Junkrat, and Junkenstein's Monster Roadhog.

The developers over at Blizzard finally dropped this year's Halloween Terror patch on Tuesday. The new skins were sold at 3,000 credits.

As an added bonus, the old skins introduced a year ago were also available at a slightly cheaper price. Last year's event replaced all in-game loot boxes with Halloween-inspired jack-o'-lanterns.

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

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