These include a dragon-clad Symmetra, Torbjörn as a Viking, a Mei skin inspired by vampires of Chinese folklore and, my personal favorite, McCree dressed up as Van Helsing.
For anyone interested in what new Overwatch Halloween skins will be arriving, you can check out some of the leaked images below. (For skins, mind you - we got enough junk food.) You can buy these in the game now, in case you want to stock up! It's bringing along a host of new skins, a new game mode, and lots more cosmetics to scare you over the next couple of weeks, running until November 1. For the Halloween Terror 2017 event however, the event will launch slightly sooner on October 10, giving players even more time to find any of the brand new Legendary Skins in loot boxes before Halloween eventually rolls around.
Called Junkenstein's Revenge: Endless Night, the mode is now available in the Arcade. Junkenstein's Revenge was added a year ago as the event's arcade game mode. There are also new emotes and victory poses for you completionists. As far as in-game currency goes, players would need to have 3000 gold coins to purchase one of the legendary skins. The new skins were sold at 3,000 credits.
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We suspect and assume Blizzard will use a similar structure for their new and returning Halloween skins.
The developers over at Blizzard finally dropped this year's Halloween Terror patch on Tuesday.
"This terrifying tale follows Dr. Jamison Junkenstein, an inventor and scientist who was once employed by the Lord of Adlersbrunn". A leaderboard will keep track of your progress, while also allowing players to compete for the top spot.
Blizzard is yet to announce pricing and event details, so stay tuned for more information.