Overwatch Winter Wonderland - Launch Times, New Legendary Skins - Everything we Know

Overwatch Winter Wonderland - Launch Times, New Legendary Skins - Everything we Know

Here's everything you need to know about the return of the Overwatch Winter Wonderland event for 2018, including a start date, and new legendary skins.

The Winter Wonderland event for Overwatch is going live very shortly around the world, and might even already be live by the time you're reading this. In this Overwatch Winter Wonderland guide, we'll be walking you through everything you need to know about the brand new (but returning) event, including the eventual Overwatch Winter Wonderland end date, as well as a complete list of new Winter Wonderland legendary skins you can find right now in loot boxes.

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Overwatch Winter Wonderland Start Date

In early December 2018, Blizzard revealed that the Winter Wonderland event would be returning to Overwatch later in the month. The event is due to go live today on December 11 around the world, and it might have already kicked into gear by the time you're reading this.

Overwatch Winter Wonderland Legendary Skins

Now that the Winter Wonderland event is live for all Overwatch players, there are a ton of brand new skins to obtain. Just below, you can see just a few of the new character skins for the likes or Mercy, Widowmaker, and others.

And below, you can check out a list of all the past Winter-themed skins for various Overwatch characters. These skins aren't new, but they'll be returning to loot boxes once the 2018 version of the Winter Wonderland event begins.

This is all the complete information we have right now on the Overwatch Winter Wonderland 2018 event, but make sure to keep checking back on this guide, as we'll have the full details for all the new content coming to the game, as soon as we hear anything.

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