Today's Overwatch's update adds a full shopping mall of skins

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Formerly of the freelance life, Henry held such esteemed (read: imaginary) titles as PC Gamer's go-to CS:GO freelancer, and has been smitten with the competitive shooter life since growing up on the slopes of Dust2.

Henry's experience culminated in his role as AllGamer's premium FPS player, meaning he's won at least a single game of PUBG, we promise. Henry is also a fan of all things Nintendo and strategy, and still can't get over just how good Breath of the Wild is.

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Along with the Blizzard World map.

The Blizzard World map update for Overwatch will be released today and includes a treasure trove of new skins.

Looking to smash out some wins on Blizzard World? Check out our guide.

Blizzard has been teasing the new skins daily, showing off fancy outfits such as Hanzo’s Kabuki kit, Lucio’s first topless outfit (if you listen really hard you can hear the sound of fandoms squealing) and, yesterday, D-VA’s Black Cat outfit.

With 100 cosmetic addition, skins are the only additions, as the update also adds a bunch of new highlight intros, victory poses and emotes for characters, including a cute one for Sombra where she plays with a tiny Reaper puppet.

The Blizzard World map has been on the PC test servers for some time, and is filled to the brim with references to the developer’s other titles.  

The update launches today for free and adds all of the new skins and details to the non-event loot boxes, offering a ton of new items for players to earn.

You can see the full lineup of revealed skins below, we’re big fans of Zarya’s Barbarian outfit from Diablo, and Blizzard finally admitting that Widowmaker and StarCraft’s Nova are the same person with her new, blonde-haired kit.

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