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Earlier this month, Blizzard teased a collaboration between Overwatch 2 and K-pop group LE SSERAFIM. The in-game celebration has introduced a new game mode, pop skins, dance emotes, and more.

When Is the LE SSERAFIM Event in Overwatch 2?

The in-game event is coming on Wednesday, November 1.

All you’ll have to do is update your Overwatch 2 and log in. From there, you’ll be ready to check out all the new features.

What Is Concert Clash in Overwatch 2?

Concert Clash is a new game mode in Overwatch 2. It’s basically Capture the Flag but with a touch of K-pop culture. It’s a three versus three game mode that has each team rushing to get LE SSERAFIM concert tickets and bring them to your side to score points.

What also sets it apart from the usual Capture the Flag mode is the addition of what appears to be jump pads. This is a fun twist that will give heroes more mobility since there aren’t any abilities.

Legendary LE SSERAFIM Skins Coming to Overwatch 2

The trailer also highlighted some of the new skins coming to Overwatch 2. You see Brigitte, D.Va, Kiriko, Sombra, and Tracer in new skins that appear to be inspired by K-pop groups with black leggings, crop tops, and some streetwear accessories.

These skins will most likely be sold as bundles in the in-store shop along with dancing emotes that use moves from LE SSERAFIM’s “Perfect Night” music video.

It’s unclear how much they will cost but it’s more than likely that whatever they cost will cause an uproar in the Overwatch 2 community based on reactions to other skins.

For those who aren’t a fan of Overwatch 2’s new battle pass and no-longer-free skins, you can get a free Junkrat skin that’s also inspired by K-pop culture. Junkrat is even sporting a very trendy brunette hairstyle inspired by boy bands that’s sure to get some people crushing.

Here’s everything coming to the K-pop event in Overwatch 2:

  • Concert Clash game mode
  • LE SSERAFIM legendary skins
  • Free Fawksey James Junkrat skin
  • Five new dance emotes

So far, the response has been positive. Many have taken to Twitter to celebrate the event, claiming that “we’re back” and fan-girling over the dance emotes. The skins were especially applauded, with many complimenting the team that designed them and calling them the “best cosmetic work” Overwatch has done so far.