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Overwatch Halloween skins revealed

Published: 08:45, 16 October 2019
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Overwatch - Warlock Ashe
Overwatch - Warlock Ashe

Blizzard released eight new Halloween-themed skins for Overwatch heroes. There are five Legendary and three Epic skins so get your virtual wallets ready if you are planning on acquiring all the new looks.

As per usual, the Legendary skins will set players back 3,000 Credits while the Epic ones will cost 750. Halloween-themed skins from previous will assume the regular prices - 1,000 for Legendary and 250 for Epic. 

If you are intent on purchasing some of the new skins, it would be wise to hold onto your Credits until the last day of the event, which is 4 November 2019. By then, you might get the desired skins through loot boxes from Arcade and levelling up. 

Anyway, the new Legendary skins are:

  • Scorpion Widowmaker
  • Warlock Ashe
  • Will-O'-Wisp Tracer
  • Demon Orisa
  • Pharaoh Ana

New Epic skins:

  • Gorgon Lucio
  • Inferno Junkrat
  • Vampire Baptiste

In the cases of Vampire Baptiste and Inferno Junkrat, we would suggest not purchasing them as they are weekly rewards. You will merely need to win nine matches until 21 October 2019 to unlock Inferno Junkrat. The same goes for Vampire Baptiste, but the target week is from 22 through 28 October 2019.

The third week, from 29 October through 4 November 2019, will award Demon Hunter Sombra skin that used to be a BlizzCon ticket exclusive once upon a time. You can check the details of what you can get along with the gallery of all Halloween skins on the official Halloween terror page.

Blizzard Overwatch - Scorpion Widowmaker Overwatch - Scorpion Widowmaker

Keep in mind that good behaviour and carrying matches is fairly well rewarded in Overwatch since players tend to dish out endorsements at the end of a match. Endorsement level will periodically grant loot boxes, which will increase your chances of getting desired skins, either through the boxes themselves or credits that can drop from them.

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