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Overwatch Halloween Terror 2018 Legendary Halloween Skins, Junkenstein's Revenge, Halloween Terror End Date - Everything We Know

The Overwatch Halloween Terror event is back. We've got all the new Legendary skins and info on when the event will end.

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Blizzard has brought the terror to Overwatch, as the Overwatch Halloween Terror 2018 is now live for all players around the world. In this Overwatch Halloween Terror 2018 guide, we'll be detailing all the information that you need to know going into the return of the mode, including the final Overwatch Halloween Terror 2018 end date, as well as a complete list of all the new Overwatch Halloween Terror 2018 skins, so you know exactly when you've got until to earn those new Legendary skins

We have a wealth of additional guides on Overwatch here at USgamer, all of which can be found in our Overwatch guides hub, including guides on how to perfect your playstyle as your favorite hero, as well as how to earn Loot Boxes as quickly as possible.

Overwatch Halloween Terror 2018 End Date

2018 marks the third year in a row that the Halloween Terror event has come to Overwatch. Holloween Terror kicked off on October 9 at right around 10 am PT/1 pm ET.

As for the end date for the Overwatch Halloween Terror 2018 event, it'll all draw to a close on October 31. You've got right around three weeks to earn as many skins as possible for the event, before it's gone for another year.

Overwatch Halloween Terror 2018 Skins

A new event for Overwatch can mean only one thing: new skins. Just below, you can see a complete list of all the new skins that are live right now with the Halloween Terror 2018 event, found only in loot boxes.

As we previously mentioned, this is the third year in a row that the Halloween Terror event has featured in Overwatch. As per usual, all past skins that were available in 2016 and 2017 are back once again, and you can find the complete list of Halloween-themed skins just below.

Overwatch Junkenstein's Revenge Endless Mode

A mode that was originally introduced in the 2017 version of the Halloween event is the Junkenstein's Revenge Endless mode. It's back for the second year in a row with the Overwatch Halloween Terror 2018 event, and basically puts a twist on the standard version of Junkenstein's Revenge.

In the Junkenstein's Revenge Endless mode, all four players will have to team up to survive against 12 total waves of Zomnics (Omnics, but zombified), including several boss characters. You might be familiar with the likes of Roadhog, Mercy, Junkrat, and Reaper as bosses throughout the 12 waves, but this time Symmetra will also make an appearance, in her brand new Legendary Halloween Skin.

The characters that the four players can choose from are Soldier: 76, McCree, Torbjorn, Widowmaker, Ana, Zenyatta, and Genji. We'd recommend having at least one healer on your team for the Junkenstein's Revenge Endless mode, as well as Torbjorn, who can prove particularly useful when you place his turret right outside the castle gates.

Once all 12 waves of the mode have been completed, Zomnics and boss characters alike will begin to spawn at a rapid rate, and at this point you can see multiple Roadhogs and Reapers at the same time. You'll have to hold them all off for as long as you can, but should all of your team be killed at the same time, Junkenstein's Revenge Endless mode will come to a close.

This is all the information we have on the Overwatch Halloween Terror 2018 event right now, but make sure to check out any or our additional Overwatch guides here at USgamer, including how to earn loot boxes quickly, as well as a guide to the best Overwatch heroes in each class.

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  • Avatar for robynfoley53 #1 robynfoley53 14 days ago
    You should really update the article title so that you don't mention legendary skin details when you don't actually have them. I understand this is probably an edited article from last year, but it's basically just click bait at this point.
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  • Avatar for Jordannegative #2 Jordannegative 13 days ago
    I feel like that Blizzard has been making epic skins a lot more high quality lately, so i'm pretty hyped for the ones they introduce for the Halloween event. Personally, I really want the Spider Queen skin to go to Orisa, and having a Mercy one that makes her look like a creepy weeping angel statue would be really cool.Edited 4 times. Last edited 1 weeks ago by USGTomO
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