Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Junkenstein's Revenge is back for Overwatch's 2017 Halloween Terror event

Junkenstein's Revenge is back for Overwatch's 2017 Halloween Terror event

Players can now also see how long they can withstand the AI in Junkenstein's Endless mode.

Mei Halloween Terror event skin, image from Reddit user Mnemosynaut.

Blizzard on occasion released new skins for its characters - as witnessed by the recent Summer Games event - and a new leak shows us more of what Blizzard has in store for its 2017 Halloween Terror event. Along with a host of awesome new skins, we also get the return of Junkenstein's Revenge and plenty of other Halloween-themed goodies. There are over 140 items available, and if you happened to miss out on any of the Loot Box drops a year ago, these items can be purchased with credits for a discounted price.

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Overwatch's Halloween event will run until November 2 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, which means that players have just over three weeks to collect the skins that they want and to play their hearts out on Junkenstein's Revenge. Overwatch players can choose four additional heroes for this mode: Genji, Torbjorn, Widowmaker, and Zenyatta. Some of these Overwatch skins popped up a bit early over the weekend.

Junkenstein's Revenge is returning from last year's event, too, in both its regular form and a brand new endless mode. As we remember from past year the Junkenstein PvE mode was set in the area before the castle's gate so the changes made now must mean something. You can also purchase items you missed from last year's event with credits for a discounted price. The PVE brawl tasked a team of four with defending Alderbrunn castle's doors (Eichenwalde's 2nd point) from waves of robots while fending off Halloween versions of Reaper, Roadhog, Mercy, and Junkrat as the evil "Dr. Junkenstein".

What's more, when you do earn these items (with over 140 to collect in all), you'll do so in a traditional trick-or-treat jack-o-lantern loot box, complete with handle.

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