These include a dragon-clad Symmetra, Torbjörn as a Viking, a Mei skin inspired by vampires of Chinese folklore and, my personal favorite, McCree dressed up as Van Helsing.
We imagine there will be additional Overwatch Halloween 2017 skins coming to the game when the event fully kicks off, but make sure to keep an eye on this guide, as we'll be updating it with any new information that comes our way before the event kicks off.
If you missed out on last year's skins, you've got another chance to get them, too! Last year's event saw quite a few stunning skins for the in-game heroes, including the beloved Mercy Witch ensemble.
"This Halloween, explore the haunted streets of Eichenwalde and Hollywood, expand your collection of spooky seasonal cosmetics, and team up to fight the forces of evil once more in not one, but two Junkenstein's Revenge-themed brawls!" There are over 140 items available, and if you happened to miss out on any of the Loot Box drops previous year, these items can be purchased with credits for a discounted price.
The latest Overwatch Halloween event will have more of what the 2016 iteration of the event had in store. There are a number of other cosmetic items available for Overwatch gamers this Halloween, including the aforementioned skins, voice lines, emotes, highlight intros and more. Several days ago the company teased the upcoming event where it was suggested that we could look forward to a bunch of new in-game items such as costumes that would celebrate the event.
Classic Summer Games skins cost 1,000 credits, instead of the 3,000 credits it usually takes to unlock limited Legendary skins. Junkenstein's Revenge has been improved upon from past year.