Overwatch’s Halloween Terror 2020 event is like the monster in the horror movie. It is always there, somewhere in the shadows, off screen or behind the window. As we advance this for months, the tension rises and eventually – like a shock piano note – it comes with new aesthetics and skins.
It is some time before Halloween terror arrives on the scene, but when it begins, we have a good idea. You can expect Overwatch to be dark and scary at the beginning of October – specifically, October 13 or 15. The event always starts at the beginning of Halloween and ends at the beginning of November.
At that point, you have plenty of opportunities to clear the Junkenstein Revenge PVE mode for new game icons, sprays, voice lines, emotions, skins and more. The scene takes place on a dimly lit Eichenwald map, where you have to protect a door from Jenix. Leon S. Think of it like Resident Evil except Torjorn instead
of Kennedy. Zombies do not know how to deal with Leon’s roundhouse kick, hitting the turret or hitting the molten goon into the ground.
If you don’t have enough time to take revenge on Junkenstein, you’ll be able to get Mercy from previous Halloween terror events, including Mercy with a broom, Reaper Without Head, Damfist with the Finns, and Moira with class. Give Widowmaker Blizzard demonic skin where he has a total of eight legs, because in 2018 Spider Skin is pure cowardice. Thank you.
Winning nine games is definitely a set of weekly epic skins. Why they don’t range from boring to quality-a-myth-skin, so you want to keep a watch on them. Thankfully, you can practically reduce Overwatch and watch something on Netflix, usually won over Jenkenstein’s revenge. Getting skin during Halloween terror is as easy as wrapping yourself in toilet paper and saying trick-or-treating, no candy skins and no chocolate. Oh, do that.