In a new Overwatch update, Blizzard have revealed how the game’s eSports teams will be able to sell their colours to fans.
This won’t be available until 2018, however, it has been confirmed that Overwatch League skins are coming to brawls.
All twelve teams in the inaugural season will have their home uniforms available, including for all 26 heroes.
The money apparently won’t be going to Blizzard, but will be used to fund your team, with other changes being implemented too.
League commissioner Nate Nanzer has also confirmed that new currency – League Tokens – will be used to buy League Skins.
This is being implemented so that it is easier to track fan net-spend on the Overwatch League, keeping it separate from the base game’s loot box economy.
The main difference will be that players will be able to spend money on the exact Overwatch skin they want, rather than a random drop.
This was announced this week, while fans are waiting to find out about the return of the Overwatch Christmas event in 2017.
The Winter Wonderland is very likely to return as Blizzard have reaffirmed their commitment to continue most of the events from 2016.
The Overwatch Winter Wonderland event was a limited time addition that ran from December 13 until January 2.
It featured a selection of new skins, a new game mode, which fans will be hoping to return this year too.
The new game mode – Mei’s Snowball Offensive – is a 6v6, single elimination affair in which players fire snowballs at each other.
While it only takes one hit to eliminate an enemy, missing a shot leaves players vulnerable, as players search for the nearest snow pile to reload.
There’s the chance that Blizzard will re-release this, perhaps even with a new Competitive mode, like we have seen with other returning events.
Blizzard will be hoping to avoid the skins problem they had last year, where some fans pointed their disappointment as what was being offered.
Mei’s new festive get-up proved lacklustre for many, who have pointed out that it is very similar to her other outfits.
Overwatch director Jeff Kaplan has responded to the criticism leveled out some of the new designs, telling fans they had got things a little wrong.
Writing on the Overwatch forums, Kaplan explained: Sorry you are disappointed with Mei’s winter skin.
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