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According to Express UK, some characters will be getting unique legendary skins during the Halloween Terror Event, including items as well. Blizzard has been doing an awesome job in keeping the details about the Halloween Event a secret, and players will have to access their accounts themselves to find out what is in store for them.

The Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 event begins later today, and will wrap up on November 2.

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"For the next three weeks, we're celebrating the spookiest time of the year with a seasonal event". Overwatch players can choose four additional heroes for this mode: Genji, Torbjorn, Widowmaker, and Zenyatta.

We don't know right now when the event will end, however, as all we had to go on in the Halloween Terror 2017 trailer above was the start date of October 10.

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You can check out all the new, leaked and returning Overwatch Halloween 2017 skins in the gallery above. Thus far developer Blizzard has only officially revealed new skins for Reaper and McCree, but images of a few more appear to recently leaked via Facebook.

As we've mentioned, Blizzard re-introduced the Summer Games event earlier this year and based on that event we should have a decent understanding of how they might handle the reintroduction of the Halloween Terror event skins. They're discounted from their typical 3x credit price down to typical prices, so if you didn't get skins like Junkenstein previous year, they're now cheaper!

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That's compared to returning Legendary skins at 1,000 credits, 2016 Epic skins for 250 credits, last year's Rare tier items for 75 credits and 2016 Common tier items for just 25 credits.