10 August, 2017
Blizzard has announced that the Overwatch Summer Games 2017 have begun and will include skins from both the 2016 games, and some new beach-themed skins for our other heroes. There's a Dirtbike Reaper skin, a scuba Sombra, a bikini Widowmaker, lifeguard McCree, Grecian Mercy, a rugby (?) Junkrat (who also has a Lucio ball stage this year), and my favorite, BBQ Grill Dad76. Players have often complained that these two characters haven't received much attention when it comes to legendary skins, so the addition of these two new skins for the character will likely please fans of the sniper and hacker characters.
Last year, Blizzard released some great cosmetic items [VIDEO] during the event, but this year it might be even better.
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Without further ado, here are the new emotes, victory poses, sprays and highlight intros the newest "Overwatch" update brings. Play 10 competitive games here and you'll get a special spray.
Previous year heroes like Torbjorn, Mercy, Genji and Zarya got a single skin that represented their country to celebrate the 2016 Rio Olympics. Players can earn this loot while enjoying Lucioball, and also try their hand at a competitive Lucioball mode called "Copa Lucioball". That means players can buy last year's legendary tier skins for 1,000 credits instead of the usual 3,000 for event-exclusive legendary skins, and 250 instead of 750 for epic skins.