The Overwatch Summer Games Are Back

The Overwatch Summer Games Are Back

Get your skins while you can.

Gorg by Gorg on Aug 09, 2018 @ 06:15 PM (Staff Bios)
Back once again to end our summer with new skins and other lootable goodies is the Overwatch Summer Games. If you like to chill out by the beach or are more into taking your talent to the field there is a skin for you. Coming once again this year the Rocket League inspired Lucio Ball is back for a limited time. All of these new skins and the Lucio Ball game type will be locked back up until next year starting on August 30th so start earning your loot boxes as soon as you can.
Just like every Overwatch event the skins from the last year's Summer Games will also be available for purchase at regular price instead of the release price of event skins which is tripled for legendaries. This years skins are well worth the 3000 gold though with favorites like Fastball Zenyatta, Waveracer D.Va and Gridiron Reinhardt. If you have any characters reigning from your motherland or are just a personal fan of any of the many nationalities in Overwatch, characters like Sombra and Moira are getting skins to celebrate their home countries as well.
Take a look at the announcement trailer below and after having fun in the sun go get some Lucio Ball loot boxes before the event ends on August 30th.


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