Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 Starts Today, Ghoulish Skins Leak Early

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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.

Some new skins from Overwatch's upcoming Halloween Terror event have seemingly leaked. In fact, players from across different platforms, the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the PC, will be able to experience the event simultaneously starting October 10, Friday.

There's also a new collection of Legendary Overwatch skins to commemorate the new Overwatch Halloween 2017 event, some of which have already leaked over the weekend.

Indeed, "Junkenstein's Revenge" returns with all-new villains, and you can play either the original version of the game or a brand new "Junkenstein Endless Brawl", which features a different cast of heroes. (For skins, mind you - we got enough junk food.) You can buy these in the game now, in case you want to stock up! Whether this is all of them or more are planned remains to be seen.

A brand new mode for the Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 event is the Junkenstein's Revenge Endless mode, bringing back the mode that was last seen in the Halloween 2016 event, but putting a slightly new twist on it.

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If you're not in the mood to draw, well, you can also just post on Twitter and Tumblr about how much you love this skin like a lot of other people are.

As we've mentioned, Blizzard re-introduced the Summer Games event earlier this year and based on that event we should have a decent understanding of how they might handle the reintroduction of the Halloween Terror event skins.

The developers over at Blizzard finally dropped this year's Halloween Terror patch on Tuesday.

As an added bonus, the old skins introduced previous year were also available at a slightly cheaper price. Legendary skins, for example, were 3000 credits last year, and 1000 credits this year. Last year's legendary skins now each cost the normal 1,000 coins, while the new ones are up for 3,000 each.

Another Reaper skin for Halloween, is that suppose to be a ski mask?

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