The Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 Is Now Live

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Blizzard is known for Overwatch's seasonal events, which always bring exclusive game modes, cosmetics and more to the first-person shooter. We don't have a whole lot of information to go on right now for the Halloween Terror 2017 event, but we suspect that the Junkenstein's Revenge PvE mode will make a return once the event launches, based on the appearance of Dr. Junkenstein himself in the trailer just below. 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.

This year, we've added a new endless mode for Junkenstein's Revenge, with leaderboards to commemorate those who last the longest in their fight against the evil doctor. There are over 140 items available, and if you happened to miss out on any of the Loot Box drops a year ago, these items can be purchased with credits for a discounted price.

Adlersbrunn is a re-skinned portion of the assault-and-escort map Eichenwalde, and the rest of Eichenwalde as well as Hollywood will receive a Halloween-themed map design during the event.

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Inside the castle, we can find a surgery bed with the Junkenstein's Monster themed Roadhog covered in a sheet instead of that massive throne with Reinhardt's Balderich skin. According to Express UK, some characters will be getting unique legendary skins during the Halloween Terror Event, including items as well.

Blizzard is ramping up the excitement for Halloween as it just released its Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 event. You will also be able to get all the skins that were available past year.

We've been waiting for a good seasonal event to come back around in the world of Overwatch - and today, it's time for fans to get into the ghoulish action! Per usual, players will also have the option to collect or buy last year's Halloween Terror skins.