Overwatch Halloween Terror Begins This October
The COVID-19 pandemic will not stop Blizzard Entertainment from honoring traditions and celebrating the spookiest season of the year and offer some of the best Overwatch Bitcoin betting odds in the coming weeks with top-rank matchups. Overwatch Halloween Terror, an annual event in the community, begins today with new skins, special wave-based co-op events, competitive game modes, and exciting rewards.
The event looks to be showcasing a lot of new and limited-edition items for our favorite heroes. Sigma, for one, receives a brand new ghost-pirate look, while Winston will have a Wolfman-like costume. Another standout skin belongs to Echo, one of the new heroes in the pool. Echo is dressed as a stitched Voodoo doll for Halloween. Aside from skins, some heroes will also have exclusive emotes and intros.
After this spooky Halloween dress-up game, here comes the official tournaments and game modes fans can participate in to earn rewards. Like past Overwatch Halloween events, fans can expect a 2020 iteration of the following game modes:
A player can team up with three other players to defend Adlersbrunn from a host of haunting horrors, including Junkenstein himself, Junkenstein’s Monster, the mysterious Summoner, the bloodthirsty Reaper, and the devious Witch of the Wilds. This game mode is a fight for survival.
Trick Or Treat
Blizzard Entertainment prepared a Halloween Terror Loot Box for 2020, and it’s filled with new skins, emotes, highlights, portraits, sprays, voice lines, and more. Items from previous years’ Halloween Terror events might be available in this year’s box, so players are encouraged to unlock as many loot boxes as they can.
Fans can get these limited-edition skins and in-game items in event loot boxes, but some items can be bought using Overwatch’s in-game currency at a discounted price for the duration of the event.
Overwatch Halloween Terror runs from October 13 through to November 3. Fans and players have three weeks to enjoy limited-edition surprises from Blizzard Entertainment. Longtime players surely know what to expect this year, but newcomers are welcome to participate in the annual event and enter the world of Overwatch for the first time. A free demo of the Nintendo Switch version of the game will be released today, the same day as the Halloween event.