Junkrat in Heroes of the Storm: His Explosive Entry Into The Nexus

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The weekly scheduled maintenance is over and the dust settles. Was it Junkrat? Okay open up the patch notes and let’s see. Okay, new Hallow’s End 2017 event, that’s exciting. Some new loot chests, a small hotkey adjustment, and OH MY! He’s here.

Junkrat is actually here. There is a collective deep breath at HQ as Blizzard prepares. The roar starts from miles away but now it’s deafening. Here come the waves of HotS players, by the thousands, each scrambling to return to the Nexus.

Vini Vidi ExploVici

Patience is a virtue. Waiting with baited breath for every little maintenance, hotfix, patch, and announcement was rewarded today.

Jamison Fawkes, Junkrat, is here. Welcome to the Nexus, it’s time to cause total mayhem with an all new set of talents, two new ultimates, and even some great one-liners.

Watch out for booms, bangs, traps, and mines because Junkrat is going to pack a punch. His explosive play style is going to turn heads immediately and later this month, when he debuts professionally, at Blizzcon.

His skills and attacks are unique. They will require creativity, positioning, teamwork, but the excitement of this newest character trumps all that. Get in there, practice, and master every aspect of Junkrat. There is no better time with a brand new event starting right now.

Hallow’s End 2017 Means New Loot, New Skins, & Hopefully Candy Corn

We’ve come a long way since last year, but Hallow’s End is one of the best events the Nexus puts on. With new skins, new sprays, new loot, and a fantastic new character; Hallow’s End is going to be the perfect monster mash.

Put the headless horseman spray on your loadout and hop into quick match, a new brawl, or ranked play. It’s time to see what Junkrat has to offer and kick up the excitement level up to 11. It’s almost Halloween!

It’s almost HGC Finals too. You better be ready for Blizzcon and the best place to get ready is in the Nexus. Which has never been spookier thanks to Heroes of the Storm’s Hallow’s End 2017.