Overwatch’s highly anticipated seasonal event, Halloween Terror 2017, is just around the corner. But fans no longer have to wait for few more days as Blizzard appear to have leaked three new legendary skins online. Apparently, gamers are getting early surprises ahead of the event’s launching this Tuesday, October 10.

According to Polygon, the leakage came from Blizzard’s online and social media adverts. Luckily, an eagle-eyed fan spotted it on Facebook and collected some receipts. Redditor Mnemosynaut picked up the leak and posted it on Reddit.

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This Halloween Terror Event 2017 leak has begun surfacing late last night. However, Blizzard is yet to issue a statement to confirm the authenticity of this information. But knowing “Overwatch” game developers, this could be another promotional stint to hype this upcoming horror event to counter its booming competition with Bungie’s “Destiny 2.”

New legendaries

Back with the real deal, the leakage revealed three more spooky “OverwatchHalloween skins for Zenyatta, Mei, and Symmetra. Painted with hellish and scary color hues, these characters transformed into a much more convincing horror icons.

Zenyatta’s new legendary skin is a growing fan favorite.

It has the cosmic characteristic of H. P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu monster which also resembles the angle of death.

On the other hand, Mei looks like the reincarnation of a jiangshi, a Chinese “hopping” vampire often mistaken as a zombie.

Lastly, the striking Symmetra is covered by a scale encrusted bodysuit which resembles that of a popular Arabian underground being – the Ifrits.

Reaper and McCree

Prior to this much talk about the leak, Blizzard announced the return of Halloween Terror to “Overwatch” last October 4.

Following their announcement, game developers offered a glimpse of the first two new skins. They were a Van Helsing-inspired look for McCree and a Dracula-esque costume for Reaper.

Meanwhile, it remains unknown what's coming in this Halloween Terror 2017 event which will run until November 2. In 2016, Blizzard debuted the Junkenstein's Revenge, “Overwatch’s first-ever Player-Versus-Environment game mode.

In addition, more hooks and activities were introduced last year. One of the highlights of this event was the replacement of loot boxes with glowing jack-o-lanterns. Each lantern was filled with more than a hundred new cosmetic items like skins, sprays, profile icons, and emotes.

Are you excited for this year’s Halloween Event?

Which among this new spooky “Overwatch” skins is your favorite? Let us know in the comment section below.