The event we’ve all been waiting for — the Overwatch Anniversary — is finally up and running. True to the leaks the Overwatch team disclosed themselves, we’ve got plenty of legendary skins, 3 new arena maps, and cool dancing emotes. If you haven’t downloaded the update patch yet, start downloading it now and let us entertain you by listing everything daddy Jeff Kaplan released for the birthday of Overwatch.

First, here’s the official trailer:

Here are the legendary skins:

Bastion – Dune Buggy

Genji – Sentai

Hanzo – Cyber Ninja

Lucio – Jazzy

Mei – Beekeeper

Pharah – Bedouin

Soldier: 76 – Cyborg: 76

Symmetra – Oasis

Tracer – Graffiti

Zarya – Cyberian

D.Va – Cruiser

Some dancing emotes:

Reinhardt – Sweethardt

Reaper – Dance

Widowmaker – Ballet

Pharah – Rocket Guitar

Sombra – Shuffle Dance

Roadhog – Dance

Arena maps for 3v3 elimination in Arcade mode:

Necropolis – Ana Amari has made Necropolis her personal hideout—and an impromptu field base where she can keep an eye on things.

Head to Ana’s preferred vantage point at the top of the ruins, and use the high ground (and the element of surprise) against the enemy team. Or walk the stone corridors below, and take the fight to them directly—just watch out for pits!

Castillo – Castillo is an old fort looking out over Dorado’s bay. It’s the location of Calaveras, a bar frequented by questionable patrons; a graffitied Los Muertos hangout; and Sombra’s hacking den.

Test your skills against the enemy team throughout Castillo’s multiple levels, and use its winding stairs for cover and strategic advantage.

Black Forest – On the outskirts of Eichenwalde, the misty Black Forest map wraps around a long-overlooked battlefield dotted with the wreckage of Bastion units.

Flank your opponents on pathways between the castle and woods, and use the wooden balconies to move between the second stories of houses throughout the forest.

Also, if you haven’t owned the game yet, Blizzard is giving you some discount. The Overwatch standard edition will be priced at $29.99 while the Game of the Year edition is priced at $39.99.

You can buy Overwatch here.

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