Overwatch's Anniversary Event Is Now Live, Here's All The New Skins

Overwatch is hitting another milestone, and the celebration starts now. The beloved hero shooter’s Anniversary event is now in full swing to commemorate its fourth anniversary, and you know what that means: New skins! Blizzard teased some over the last few days, showing off new ones for a variety of heroes, from Reaper to Zenyatta.

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The event runs from May 19 until June 9. The event includes five legendary skins, three epic skins, and new sprays, icons, and emotes. There are also Weekly Challenges for limited-time items and skins, the schedule is as follows:

Week 1: Carbon Fiber Sigma (Epic)
Week 2: Fleur de Lis Widowmaker (Epic)
Week 3: Masked Man McCree (Epic)
You can get a look at the unveilings of all the legendary skins below, which includes Hammond as a submarine captain and Ashe as Little Red Riding Hood with Bob as her Big Bad Wolf. You can see their unveiling below.

B.O.B… What big teeth you have!
Grab your riding hood and suit up as Little Red Ashe (Legendary)! 🐺
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— Overwatch (@PlayOverwatch) May 14, 2020

From the shadows.
Crash the party as Masquerade Reaper (Legendary)! 🎭
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— Overwatch (@PlayOverwatch) May 15, 2020

A warrior’s greatest weapon… is patience.
Outwit your enemies as Huitzilopochtli Zenyatta (Legendary)! ☀️
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— Overwatch (@PlayOverwatch) May 16, 2020

Did someone call a… dragon?
Take flight as Dragoon Mercy (Legendary)! 🐉
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— Overwatch (@PlayOverwatch) May 17, 2020

Let this one sink in. ⚓️
Dive into battle as Submarine Wrecking Ball (Legendary)!
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— Overwatch (@PlayOverwatch) May 18, 2020

Overwatch first launched back in 2016 on May 24 and received a perfect 10 from our own Dan Tack. Overwatch 2, which currently doesn’t have a release date, was announced at this past Blizzcon, so here’s hoping we hear more about it soon.   

Source: Gameinformer