Jan 03, 2017 07:30 AM EST
Overwatch News & Update: Blizzard's Diablo Celebration To Bring Amazing News And New Bonuses To Overwatch This Year
It seems that Blizzard is on a roll last year and will continue to spill over its good tidings this year. Overwatch's Christmas-themed event has now come to an end, but fans still have one more reason to be happy because they will receive another big anniversary surprise from Blizzard. The developer is currently celebrating the 20th anniversary of Diablo in which Blizzard will introduce special bonuses to all of their titles, including the first shooter game Overwatch.
More Amazing News And Features Coming To Overwatch This Year
The Diablo celebration in Overwatch and other Blizzard games have started on Dec. 31, 2017, and ended on Jan. 2, 2017. With this celebration, players can still enjoy new and exciting features, which include a new character based on the Lord of Terror and in-game sprays from Diablo 3 classes. Additionally, players can also play an in-game event called "The Darkening of Tristram," giving players a chance to play the original Diablo game.
Although the Overwatch special holiday event has already ended, there are still new bonuses and features that players can receive from Blizzard because of Diablo's 20th-anniversary celebration. According to Daily Star, players can still expect amazing news and special bonuses from Blizzard as part of Diablo's 20th-anniversary celebration.
Overwatch Special Holiday-themed Winter Wonderland Event Has Finally Come To An End
The Overwatch Winter Wonderland event has finally come to an end yesterday Jan. 2. The month-long Christmas-themed event featured a selection of new skins, new features, new game modes and new cosmetics, GamingBolt reported.
Although the event has already ended, players have still managed to get special loot bags, which is said to contain 100 new cosmetic items inside. Players who are able to unlock items from the Winter loot boxes will get to keep those items forever.
Overwatch's Winter Wonderland is a special Christmas-themed event that has started in December 2016 and ended on January 2, 2017.
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