On the skin front, there are plenty of brilliant new outfits to unlock, including a Dracula skin for Reaper, a Van Helsing skin for McCree and a Cultist skin for Zenyatta.
That's compared to returning Legendary skins at 1,000 credits, 2016 Epic skins for 250 credits, last year's Rare tier items for 75 credits and 2016 Common tier items for just 25 credits.
After November 2, the event will close across all platforms. There's more to Overwatch than just a tale of good vs evil however, as the latest event is about to kick off: The return of the Overwatch Halloween Terror event. Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 skins are what we're all keen for though and Blizzard didn't disappoint.
The return of the Junkenstein's Revenge brawl marks the first recycled seasonal event - but since we only got a month to play it past year, it's hard to complain.
Players will also get another chance to tackle Junkenstein's Revenge, Overwatch's PvE mode.
We've been waiting for a good seasonal event to come back around in the world of Overwatch - and today, it's time for fans to get into the ghoulish action!
Last year's items are also available in Loot Boxes and for a discounted price of in-game gold. 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.
More than 50 new skins have been added to the game, including eight legendary ones.
That's compared to 3,000 credits for the brand new skins available for the likes of McCree and Reaper.
The developers over at Blizzard finally dropped this year's Halloween Terror patch on Tuesday.
"Slighted, Junkenstein vowed to prove the lord wrong, and when an unexpected visitor showed up and offered the key to perfecting his creation, Junkenstein's Monster was born".
Blizzard is yet to announce pricing and event details, so stay tuned for more information.