Overwatch 2 New Halloween PvE Mode Is Actually Scary AF

The Halloween Terror Event in Overwatch 2 launched on October 25 and brings a new PvE Mode into the game.

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The Overwatch 2 PvE Mode is scarier than your mom | © Blizzard Entertainment

Overwatch 2 was originally announced to have a PvE mode, which is why everyone was so hyped for the game at first. But then, Blizzard announced the PvE Mode to come in the following year after the game release, which was really disappointing. But now, with the new Junkenstein's Revenge PvE Mode for the Halloween Terror Event, we got a pre-taste of what the PvE Mode in Overwatch 2 will be like. And honestly, it didn't disappoint...

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Overwatch 2 PvE Mode – Junkenstein's Revenge: Wrath Of The Bride

With the current Halloween Terror Event, we also got a sequel to the original Junkenstein's Revenge PvE mode. And oddly enough, the sequel is much better than the original! It is quite scary and actually feels like a proper PvE mode.

You'll have the choice between Junker Queen, Sojourn, Ashe and Kiriko, and together you'll go through different stages of the story while encountering familiar opponents that you'll have to defeat together.

Wrath Of The Bride has an overall spooky atmosphere which is perfectly implemented with many visual effects and a creepy sound scenery. I must admit that Blizzard has indeed managed to create a fantastic PvE mode which is a lot of fun to play... You might even experience one or two jump scares by the way.

Even though Blizzard working day and night to fix all the occurring bugs and errors in Overwatch 2, there is still a problem with players getting kicked out of a match due to server errors. But in combination with the horrifying new PvE mode, a server error can be scary as f*ck.

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