Overwatch's Hallowe'en event is here, and just look at those lovely outfits

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Overwatch's Hallowe'en event is here, and just look at those lovely outfits

Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 skins are what we're all keen for though and Blizzard didn't disappoint.

A leaderboard is included for Endless Night to "commemorate those who last the longest in their fight against the evil doctor".

On the skin front, there are plenty of brilliant new outfits to unlock, including a Dracula skin for Reaper, a Van Helsing skin for McCree and a Cultist skin for Zenyatta.

While there is no other information pertaining to this unannounced project, we could very well receive more news about it at this year's Blizzcon event, set to take place on November 3rd and 4th.

For a limited time, players can also explore haunted versions of the Hollywood and Eichenwalde maps.

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Around 50 new items are expected to be added to the game and will include a mix of new skins, emotes and sprays.

Overwatch is available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. They're discounted from their typical 3x credit price down to typical prices, so if you didn't get skins like Junkenstein past year, they're now cheaper!

Based on the previous history of returning Overwatch events like the Summer Games 2017 event, we can be fairly sure that Legendary Skins from the Halloween Terror event from back in 2016 will make a return in loot boxes for the 2017 event.

That's compared to returning Legendary skins at 1,000 credits, 2016 Epic skins for 250 credits, last year's Rare tier items for 75 credits and 2016 Common tier items for just 25 credits.

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