Overwatch is one of those games that you just can’t get enough of, even though it’s been out for a few years. If you’re really good, you might even be able to join an esports team and try to take down two-time reigning OWL champions San Francisco Shock. If you just want to have fun though, you’re definitely going to want to play Overwatch’s Halloween Terror event, which starts tomorrow.
As with last year’s Halloween Terror event, it looks as though we are going to be seeing new skins and cosmetics to fit the holiday theme. Winning games in quickplay, competitive play, or in the arena awarded players with new sprays and icons in 2019.
Once again, the Halloween Terror event will be running for three weeks to give you time to complete the weekly challenges. Completing the weekly challenges will earn you the right to wear unique skins, flash new emotes, and show off new player icons. So far, we know that D. Va has a new legendary skin and you can dress your Echo up like a creepy tweed voodoo doll.
If you have a Nintendo Switch and want to see what all the fuss is about, there will be a special deal going on from October 13 to October 20 where you can play the full game for free. That’s the entire game, plus the first week of Halloween Terror completely for free if you’re playing on the Switch.
We expect that the loot boxes will, once again, be turning into Jack-o-Lanterns filled with candy for the event. This is going to make them more enticing for everyone, so expect to have to fight for them more than you usually would. Although we only got the most basic look at what’s coming tomorrow, we’re thinking that the skins alone are going to be worth hopping back on for a few rounds. If you think you can rack up nine wins in a week, you’ll even get some legendary skins for your effort.
We’re hoping to see the return of the four player PvE games against Junkenstein again, but we don’t know for sure if that’s happening this year. Either way, it’ll be a scary good time in Overwatch.
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