Overwatch: Homecoming players say misty Halloween new skin pack is overpriced
Overwatch: Homecoming’s 2022 “Halloween” event kicked off on October 26th and will run until November 9th. In this event, a new limited-time co-op mission “Rat’s Revenge: Bride’s Wrath” will be launched. Completing the challenge will unlock some special rewards. But gone are the days of trying to get skins through loot boxes and challenges, and fans aren’t too happy about the high prices of skins.
During Halloween Horror, new legendary skins “Ringley Witch Kiriko”, “The Executioner Junker Queen” and “The Cursed Captain Reaper” will be available. The price of the Lingli Witch Mizuki skin pack is 2600 gold coins, and the price of the Executioner Slacker Queen skin is 1900 gold coins. You can get the Cursed Captain Reaper skin by logging into the game from the 26th to the end of the season.
Mizuki’s “Lingli Witch Mizuki Gift Pack” has caused controversy on the Internet. The package contains the legendary skin “Lingli Witch”, the epic pendant “Black Cat”, the epic brand “Heavenly Guidance”, and the epic avatar “Lingli Witch” , a rare feature “Sweeping the Dust”. Some players have pointed out that the Legendary skin cannot be purchased individually, and can only be obtained in packs by paying 2,600 gold, which requires the purchase of the $5 and $20 Overwatch Gold packs.
The high price made fans explode in place, and the fuse that ignited this was Blizzard’s mandatory package transaction, deliberately not providing a way to buy Lingli Witch skin separately, but selling the package at a so-called discounted price. The Blizzard store also called its actual value as $37.