Like all Overwatch occasions, Wonderland consistently brings new skins, sprays, and more for players to open, however the occasion is particularly famous due to the winter spin turn that is put on everything from loot boxes to maps.
We currently realize that the occasion will start later than at any other time this year on Tuesday, December 15, on account of a mystery from Overwatch on Twitter, that likewise alluded to Mei’s new skin.
We never knew how gravely we required Snowball as a penguin until we saw that trailer, yet it was just a tip of the iceberg (in a real sense) with regards to how incredible this skin truly is.
In addition to the fact that her is reliable robot partner playing the role, however Mei is likewise dressed up in a penguin parka that in a real sense transforms her into one of the charming minimal flightless birds.
On her backpack, she conveys an egg inside and even a little fish keychain off of the back. Possibly she was considering a herd of penguins while living in Antarctica or needed to make it past a forceful pack on out, following her cinematic.
This will be Mei’s second Winter skin generally speaking, her Mei-rry skin being the other one. While Santa Mei makes certain to keep being an occasion top pick, the Penguin skin is simply so extraordinary we’d state it’s one of her best yet.
The cost and rarity are right now obscure, however it will undoubtedly be accessible as a Legendary dependent on the amount of her base skin it changes, which implies it would cost 3,000 coins to open from the Hero Gallery on the off chance that you would prefer not to stand by and attempt your karma with plunder boxes.
Mei is presently the only character we’ve seen included at all with teasers of Overwatch’s 2020 Winter Wonderland event, so the other legends getting new skins are right now obscure, yet we should continue getting reviews until things kick off on December 15.
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