New Overwatch Halloween Skins Have Leaked


Last year's event saw quite a few stunning skins for the in-game heroes, including the beloved Mercy Witch ensemble.

Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 is drawing near, and gamers looking forward to the new skins that the annual event will bring are in for a treat.

Halloween Terror 2017 begins in Overwatch October 10. That includes new skins, sprays, emotes and profile icons.

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Since McCree's teaser image was not leaked, it's entirely possible that there are other skins we don't yet know about.

Symmetra in her new dragon-like skin likewise looks very cool, though there has been a debate on what exactly the skin is based on.

The teaser video released by Blizzard for the event revealed that Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 will launch on October 10, which is just around the corner. Will you be hopping back in for the Halloween event? The leaks feature Mei, Symmetra, Zenyatta, and an additional image of the reaper skin that was already teased. The developer offered a glimpse at two new skins: a Van Helsing-inspired look for McCree and a Dracula-esque costume for Reaper.

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While Blizzard hasn't announced what to expect just yet, last year, all Loot Boxes started appearing as jack-o'-lanterns, and there were over 100 new cosmetic items included in the boxes.

Of course, there is a chance that these might be fake as well but we hope they are not.

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