Blizzard Entertainment recently rolled out the “OverwatchHalloween Terror event. The event will run until November 2. It also brings back the PvE mode from last year’s event called “Junkenstein's Revenge.” According to the official event notes, the Junkenstein's Revenge will require three players, and all three have to fight together to defeat scary enemies which include the Witch of the Wilds, the Reaper, Summoner, Junkenstein's monsters, and Dr. Junkenstein itself.

More challenging ‘Junkenstein’s Revenge’

Overwatch” players who want a bit more challenge will enjoy the “Junkenstein’s Revenge: Endless Night.” In this mode, players can only choose Genji, Torbjörn, Widowmaker, and Zenyatta.

The goal for the Endless Night mode is to survive unending waves of enemies. The player who survives longest will have the chance to earn a spot on the Endless Night leaderboard.

New seasonal items

The “OverwatchHalloween Terror event brought 50 new unlockable seasonal items, which includes legendary skins like Dracula for Reaper, Van Helsing for McCree, 80’s Zarya costume for Zarya, Dragon-themed costume for Symmetra, Cultist for Zenyatta, Viking for Torbjorn, Corsair for Ana, and Jiangshi for Mei.

Halloween items and bonus maps

There are a total of 50 new cosmetics in “Overwatch” Halloween Terror event. The developer also brought back the items offered last year and they are available in the new Halloween loot boxes.

For those players who missed out last year’s skins, they can buy it now for just 1000 credits instead of the regular price of 3000 credits. New emotes and victory poses are also added. Lastly, Eichenwald and Hollywood's stages have been renovated in a haunted flair for the holiday as bonus maps.

Job ad hints for a new ‘Overwatch’ project

In other news, Blizzard Entertainment recently posted a new job ad for a general artist intern. According to a report by PC Gamer, the developer might be expanding the “Overwatch” team for an upcoming project. The job seems to be geared at students that are eligible to work in the US.

The job is expected to last just a few months during the year 2018. The applicant should be able to handle full-time hours. The applicant should also have a brief background in “Overwatch.”

Mobile version

Some fans predict that the upcoming project could be a new “Overwatch” game sequel or a mobile spinoff. In August this year, Mike Morhaime, Blizzard Entertainment’s CEO said that the company had incubation teams working on new projects, especially on mobile. According to Engadget, a mobile version for the game “Overwatch” is highly possible because the developer already did bring the game Hearthstone to Android and iOS in 2015.