Check Out All These Games With Halloween Collaborations

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Halloween is nearly upon us and leading up to the holiday, a handful of games on the Play Store are doing collaborations and offering themed content.

Some of these games are titles which you may not have played. Some may actually be your favorites. All of them are fairly popular though. Check out some of the Halloween collaborations below and jump in the game to begin participating.

Should you miss out, it won't be the end of the world, but you might kick yourself a little bit for not grabbing some of the cool in-game items that evoke the spooky spirit of Halloween.

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All the Halloween collaborations in your favorite games

The Elder Scrolls: Blades

  • Price: Free
  • In-game purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 6.0 & up

With Halloween season well underway, The Elder Scrolls: Blades is all dressed up. The in-game content includes an event called the Witches Festival, and will feature plenty of Halloween-themed designs and items.

For example, these new in-game items include some spooky decorations for your town. The game also has four new creepy quests for you to complete. Your town also has a new night-time Halloween-inspired look to it at all times during the festival.

So expect to see full moons, plenty of bats, dark colors and anything else that screams Halloween. You'll also notice some new spooky music to match the whole aesthetic.

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The Witches Festival is part of the game's latest update which went live around a week ago. There are also some other changes to the game that were added as part of the update, but not part of the event. You can check out all of the details about those other changes here.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia

  • Price: Free
  • In-game purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 4.4 & up

This is a mobile game based on the popular Final Fantasy battler for console, and to get into the spirit the game's latest update has included some new Halloween-themed stuff to look out for.

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The update officially went live on October 10, so everything is already up and running. Included in the content update are new co-op quests for players. Square Enix says these are non-challenging, meaning anyone should be able to complete them pretty easily.

These are trick-or-treat quests, so expect some level of spooky fun to be a part of the action. Completing them will reward players with artifact tokens. Players can also receive Linkbell rewards, and limited-time animated Halloween stickers.

The event is split into two parts, with the first part ending tomorrow, so you'll want to get start on this one asap. The good news is that the second part begins tomorrow as well and will run until November 7. During all of the event there will also be limited-time "festive" gem sales to look out for. So if you do plan to spend any money on this game, keep an eye on these.

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PUBG MOBILE

  • Price: Free
  • In-game purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 4.3 & up

Yes, your favorite mobile battle royale has plenty of Halloween-themed content too. The update started a little earlier this month, called the Halloweeks update, and offers a ton of in-game Halloween stuff.

From costumes to items to themed background music and home screens. PUBG MOBILE seems to have it all for its Halloween update. And all you have to do to acquire stuff is play. That's it.

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Just play the game and you'll be well on your way to unlocking stuff. Some of it may not stick around, but others you'll get to keep. So drop on in and chase that chicken dinner because the matches aren't going to win themselves.

Call of Duty Mobile

  • Price: Free
  • In-game purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 4.3 & up

Like PUBG MOBILE, Call of Duty Mobile is holding a Halloween event too. This includes Halloween-themed designs for a special version of the limited-time Standoff game mode.

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You'll also find Halloween costume designs for characters as well as spooky-looking items to equip your character with. There are Halloween-themed skins for your weapons too. Some of this is unlockable, while some of it seems to only be attainable through the game's Halloween Lucky Draw, as well as Halloween crates.

These will cost CoD points, so part of the Halloween stuff will be reliant on micro transactions. In addition to this stuff, the game features a new Halloween-themed home screen, and spooky music. The Halloween event is already ongoing and will end on November 1.

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Pokémon GO

  • Price: Free
  • In-game purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 5.0 & up

Pokémon GO's Halloween event started back on October 17, and will continue through until November 1, the day after Halloween.

As part of the event, players will be able to catch Pokémon in the wild that are dressed up for the spooky holiday. There will also be Halloween-themed raids to participate in, so if you fancy yourself a challenge with a fun yet creepy element to it, try these out.

The Halloween event also includes new spooky items for your avatar, as well as candy bonuses and the ability to rescue more shadow Pokémon from Team GO Rocket.

MARVEL Strike Force

  • Price: Free
  • In-game purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 4.4 & up

MARVEL Strike Force is one of the more popular Action Role Playing games out there. For Halloween, and to get into the spooky spirit of the holiday, the game is featuring an update that includes the spirit of vengeance.

Yes, Ghost Rider himself is coming to the game. He will be a playable character, which means you'll be able to rain down hellfire on your enemies. In a sense. Really, you can just burn people with his chains.

In addition to the Ghost Rider arrival, the Halloween update also includes the Highway to Halloween event, and the Trick or Treat and Los Muertos traits. This is one event you won't want to miss out on if you play this game.

Angry Birds Dream Blast

  • Price: Free
  • In-game purchases: Yes
  • Android version: 5.0 & up

The team at Rovio has brewed up a special, spooky Halloween event for the players of Angry Birds Dream Blast. The special Halloween collaborations include the ability to collect pumpkins, obtain special rewards, and unlock some avatars for use in the game.

Naturally these will avatars will be spooky, in spirit of the holiday. This is a limited-time event, just like all these games, so you only have so much time to participate before the items and event stuff are gone.