All seasonal Halloween video game events in 2021


Here are all the confirmed Halloween video game events for 2021.

Seasonal events are one of the many joys of gaming. With Halloween upon us, several developers are introducing timed events that add spooky and exciting content to their video games. Let’s take a look at all the confirmed Halloween video game seasonal events in 2021.

All seasonal Halloween video game events in 2021

Here’s each video game Halloween event for 2021, along with its start and end dates.

Fortnitemares (October 5 – November 1)

Fortnite’s annual Halloween event is back and will be active throughout the month in battle royale. This year’s Fortnitemares event features new skins, such as Frankenstein and Rick Grimes from The Walking Dead, as well as spooky decorations all over the island of Battle Royale.

Apex Legends Monsters Within (October 12 – November 2)

Apex Legends’ Monsters Within event offers players an abundance of content, including Halloween-themed costumes for Revenant, Bloodhound, Caustic, and Seer. There’s also the return of Shadow Royale, in which slain players can return in shadow form.

Rocket League Haunted Hallows (October 14 – November 1)

Psyonix gets into the spooky spirit with Haunted Hallows, a Rocket League event that adds a crop of content inspired by DC’s caped crusader. Players can collect Batmobile cars inspired by the 1989 and 2016 films, as well as participate in Gotham City Rumble, which gives Rumble mode a DC makeover.

Pokemon Go Halloween Mischief (October 15 – October 31)

Pokemon Go’s Halloween Mischief event returns for another year and will now be a two-part event. Pokémon like Misdreavus, Gothita, and Gastly will spawn much more frequently. There are also special forms of Mischief from Pikachu and Piplup with exclusive hats in nature. Phantump and Pumpkaboo, along with their respective evolution lines, have also been added to Pokemon Go.

Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost (October 12 – November 2)

Bungie is once again bringing Festival of the Lost back to Destiny 2 to celebrate the spookiest time of the year. This time around, players can take advantage of the new Haunted Lost Sectors mode and earn unique rewards for their Guardian.

Minecraft Spookyfest (October 13 – November 2)

Mojang is getting into the fun of Halloween with themed content for Minecraft and Minecraft Dungeons this month. For the latter, the new paid character creators will be adding more spooky options for the Block Dungeon Mech. Starting October 26, Minecraft players will be able to download the free Halloween Fiends Skin Pack.

Rainbow Six Siege: Doktor’s Curse (October 12 – November 2)

Rainbow Six Siege’s Doktor’s Curse event brings back the beloved mode for a limited time. Players will once again take on Doktor’s Castle, with mutant Operators taking on monsters in a spooky Rainbow Six Formula ride.

PUBG: Battlegrounds Halloween Update (October 14 – N / A)

PUBG: Battlegrounds update 14.1 not only brings several tweaks and balances to the game, but it also adds a Halloween twist. Players will discover spooky decorations all around Erangel as they fight over their chicken dinner.

Star Trek Online: Fall of the Ancients (October 13 – November 3)

Star Trek Online presents its first Halloween event this year with The Fall of the Old Ones. During the event, players can visit an ancient castle on Pyris VII and meet new characters. They can also earn the Old One Vanity Pet and Transmuter Wand Universal Kit mod by gaining daily progress for two weeks.

Team Fortress 2: Scream Fortress XIII (October 5 – November 7)

Team Fortress 2’s long-running Halloween event is back for its 13th edition this year. This time around, the event adds 6 new community cards, as well as 20 new community-created cosmetic items that can be found in the Crimson Cache Case. Players can also complete Halloween Contracts, as they have been reset once again.

These are all video game Halloween events confirmed for 2021. We will continue to update this guide as more events are confirmed throughout October.

Donovan is a young journalist from Maryland who loves to act. Her earliest gaming memory is playing Pajama Sam on her mom’s desk on the weekends. Pokémon Emerald, Halo 2, and the original Star Wars Battlefront 2 were among the most influential titles to awaken his love for video games. After interning for Shacknews throughout college, Donovan graduated from Bowie State University in 2020 with a major in broadcast journalism and joined the team full-time. He’s a big Star Wars nerd and movie fanatic who will tell you about movies and games all day long. You can follow him on twitter @Donimals_

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