With more referring to some Diablo love in the form of new Patch 2.6.1 that is set to shake things up by bringing back a number of classic builds, and buffing them for the current end-game meta. But of course, in the realm of Overwatch Halloween means new skins, cosmetic items, and the return of Junkenstein’s Revenge and the all-new Junkenstein Endless brawl.
The new Symmetra and Zenyatta skins in particular look incredible. Maybe it's time to learn how to put up turrets and heal properly.
If it wasn't for the pose, I wouldn't have been able to confirm that image as Zenyatta. Starting today, Overwatch Halloween Terror will run through to November.
Hallow’s End is also coming to the Nexus, as Heroes of the Storm embraces its spooky side with new skins, cosmetic items, themed Loot Chests. But it doesn't stop there, in addition to a new Quest that will unlock seasonal rewards a new and long-awaited hero also joins the fight - Junkrat!
Here's a detailed look at how he plays in HOTS.
Of course, a Blizzard Halloween celebration wouldn't be complete without Hallow's End returning to World of Warcraft. With The Headless Horseman making a come back giving players a chance to claim the steed of the Headless Horseman. The Headless Horseman will making a home at the Scarlet Monastery. In addition to that new costumes, a new pet, and even pointy hats will make an appearance.
And finally, Hearthstone will also be taking part in the celebration with themed emotes, festively decorated boards, and a special Arena event featuring Hallow's End themed heroes.