The new teaser for Overwatch 2's upcoming Halloween Terror event showcases some eerie skins available to players. However, for some players, how Blizzard releases the new content reinforces their fears about how Overwatch 2 will manage future content drops. \n \nOverwatch's annual Halloween Terror event debuted in the base game in 2016, bringing a slew of seasonal skins and other spooky items. In addition, it introduced players to Junkenstein's Revenge, a brand-new game mode. Blizzard has previously revealed that the event would return this year between October 25 and November 8 and will deliver gamers a new take on the old Junkenstein Halloween mode, titled Junkenstein's Revenge: Wrath of the Bride, with Sombra playing the starring role. \n \nAfter much anticipation, Blizzard has finally released a trailer showing off more of the material this year. Several characters in the video are dressed as previous Overwatch Halloween skins, such as Anna in her Mummy skin and Sigma as the Flying Dutchman. But, most significantly, it showcases two new skins, the Witch Kiriko and the Executioner Junker Queen, for fans to enjoy. \n \nKiriko, instead of her customary Healing Ofuda, wears a classic witch's cap and holds what look to be pagan spell-casting cards, while Junker Queen wears all black spikes and an executioner's hood. While Overwatch 2 already features a witch skin in the form of Mercy, she has a much darker and edgier aesthetic than Kiriko's lighter, more whimsical approach. \n \nSome fans were excited by the news and the new cosmetics, but the comments brought up some of the same issues that have disappointed many Overwatch 2 players. For example, players are upset that they will likely have to pay real money to acquire the skins, a feature integral to the game's free-to-play business model. \n \nFans were also dissatisfied with the decision to release yet another Junkenstein event rather than something brand new, as it seemed to be a recycling of past PVE content and the lack of brand-new skins.