In addition to this Mei's Yeti Hunt.
It's that time of year: Overwatch's seasonal event for the holidays, Winter Wonderland, returns December 12 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One, developer Blizzard Entertainment announced today.
Winter Wonderland debuted past year, and this latest outing promises a mix of the familiar and the new. Kaplan confirmed a "long-awaited Hanzo skin" as well as a skin for both Junkrat and Roadhog, leaving players to speculate on the rest.
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We expect to get a glimpse of more skins leading up to the event next week. Old maps King's Row and Hanamura will receive "seasonal passes", or themed decorations for the holidays. That game mode became very popular with fans past year, so we're sure a lot of them will be happy to see it make a comeback. You can once again enjoy the Global Snowball Offensive mode that has a team of Meis throwing balls of fresh powder at one another, but you can now play that mode on the Black Forest map as well.
Along with new holiday skins, and past event skins will return alongside Mei's Snowball Offensive alongside the new Brawl, Mei's Yeti Hunt. In Mei's Yeti Hunt, each Mei will also have a special ice trap ability alongside her usual repertoire. But once Winston triggers Primal Rage, the mode flips: It becomes all about the Meis attempting to escape before Winston can kill them.
Winter Wonderland will be available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 when it launches next Tuesday, and the full line-up of 2017 seasonal skins will likely be revealed soon. If Winston dies, the Meis win; if enough of the Meis die, Winston wins.