The listing is for a place in the studio's "Incubation department" and requires familiarity with Overwatch as a "recommended talent". This strongly suggests that the next game is going to take its cues from Overwatch, with it perhaps seeing its cast of characters take on a brand new genre.
Stay tuned for more information. Per usual, players will also have the option to collect or buy last year's Halloween Terror skins. The event will run until November 1.
We've been waiting for a good seasonal event to come back around in the world of Overwatch - and today, it's time for fans to get into the ghoulish action!
Called Junkenstein's Revenge: Endless Night, the mode is now available in the Arcade.
A few of the themed skins leaked a couple days ago, but the rest were revealed in the event trailer at the bottom of the page. In this mode, you can play as Ana, Genji, Hanzo, McCree, Soldier: 76, Torbjorn, Widowmaker, or Zenyatta in a team of four, on the original Eichenwalde map. Whether this is all of them or more are planned remains to be seen.
Following a week of leaks and fevered speculation, Blizzard has finally, officially raised the dark, unholy shroud obscuring details of Overwatch's 2017 Hallowe'en celebrations.
Many people are likely to be drawn to the new skins introduced with Halloween Terror.
If you missed out on last year's skins, you've got another chance to get them, too!
Unless you have been living under a rock for the past year, you know that Overwatch has been a smash hit in the gaming community; especially with regards to eSports competitions.
The site reveals the new skin with the statement saying that Winston has journey using his trusty jump pack from Gibraltar to Anaheim, California for BlizzCon 2017.
But the Hearthstone content is the only item in the 2017 BlizzCon virtual ticket that remains a mystery.
New Summer Games 2017 cosmetic items were also priced at 3,000 for Legendary Skins, 750 credits for Epic skins, 225 credits for Rare tier items and 75 credits for common tier items.
We suspect and assume Blizzard will use a similar structure for their new and returning Halloween skins.