All new Overwatch 2020 Halloween Terror Skins

It’s time to prepare for the scariest time of the year.

The 2020 Overwatch The Halloween Terror Event starts today, October 13th, and lasts until November 3rd. So the fans have enough time to get involved in ghostly gimmicks. This year Junkenstein’s Revenge is getting new challenge modes and several maps are being converted into their Halloween variants.

Along with all the usual creepy accessories like the spooky Pachimari player symbols, fans can unlock eight new skins as the event progresses. Weekly Challenges can earn three skins and five legendary skins to win.

Epic skins

Players can earn exclusive epic Overwatch Skins by participating in weekly challenges during the Halloween Terror Event 2020. An epic skin can be unlocked each week by winning nine games Overwatch in arcade mode, play fast or competitive. Mark your calendars for these skins – once the skin’s challenge week is over, it’s over for good.

Shadow spirit

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Playing against a talented Sombra player often feels like chasing a ghost. But now we can all have the real experience. Available October 13-20, this challenge skin gives Sombra a spooky makeover with teal hair and outfit details. Your jacket contains a cascade of disappearing pixels that hopefully won’t ruin your images per second.

Stone Brigitte

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Similar to Fantasma Sombra, fighting a talented Brigitte can feel like you’re running into a wall. From October 20th to 27th, players can earn the Stone Brigitte skin, which gives the hard support a magma-colored look. She now resembles a statue brought to life with the power of fire – as if Brigitte couldn’t get more scary.

Ragdoll Echo

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It may just be our opinion, but this skin challenge can be the truly terrifying thing to ever get out of a Halloween terror event. Echo’s normally happy face was covered in burlap-textured skin and a single evil button eye. The name of the skin does not necessarily have to be say this echo is said to be haunted or viscerally terrifying, but it definitely is. The skin is available from October 27th to November 3rd.

Legendary skins

Shiny, sparkly legendary skins can be acquired by opening Halloween loot boxes during the Halloween Terror event. Skins can also be purchased for 3,000 gold.

Shin-Ryeong D.Va.

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The first skin to be revealed for the 2020 Halloween terror event was Shin-Ryeong D.Va, which gives the off-tank an ethereal, fox-eared look. “Shin rye” in Korean

fits perfectly with this creepy event. Fans on social media also noticed the skin’s resemblance to a kitsune, a ghost fox found in Japanese folklore.

Flying Dutchman Sigma

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In this Halloween skin, Panzer Sigma takes on the face of the captain of the Flying Dutchman, a ghost ship that is said to never go into port. Sigma’s skin now glows an eerie shade of green and his weapons have been turned into sea anemones. While the story of the Flying Dutchman dates back to the 17th century, most fans on social media have found that Sigma looks more like the infamous SpongeBob SquarePants Version of the scary captain.

Werewolf Winston

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Winston may be quiet and cute, but during the Halloween Terror Event, he becomes one of the most notorious monsters of the season. Werewolf Winston gives the tank long brown fur, a torn flannel shirt and creepy long claws. The real question remains: if Werewolf Winston howls at the moon, is he really just trying to communicate with his home planet?

Dai-Tengu Hanzo

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Skins in each Overwatch The Halloween terror event is always heavily folklore, but the Shimada brothers will get the biggest dose of storytelling in 2020. “Dai-tengu” roughly means “larger divine dog” in Japanese and represents a mountaintop spirit who is a lonely one Life leads. Hanzo’s red skin and beard make it look just like old depictions of the Dai-Tengu.

Karasu-Tengu Genji

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As a complement to Hanzo’s skin, Genji receives the Karasu-Tengu skin. “Karasu” means crow, and this spirit is the lesser counterpart of Dai-Tengu. Genji’s skin is now covered in thick feathers and his mask has been replaced with a large beak. The soft air-blue of the Karasu-Tengu skin contrasts perfectly with the red hardness of the Dai-Tengu skin by Hanzo.

These skins are only available during the Overwatch Halloween Terror Event, which runs from October 13th to November 3rd. Challenge skins are only available the week they are active, while legendary skins can be purchased at any time. Skins from past Halloween events are available at a reduced price during the course of the event.

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