“Overwatch” players will be thrilled to know that a new patch is coming to Blizzard’s famous team-based multiplayer online first-person shooter this Tuesday. The update will come with new skins, new hero emotes and a new and exciting map.

New Skins

Blizzard has teased via Twitter what cosmetic upgrades are coming this week. By the looks of things, players are in for a treat since the new patch features Epic and Legendary Skins.

Here’s a teaser featuring the Epic Skins that are coming to “Overwatch.”

D.Va is getting a new Legendary Skin called Black CAT D.Va.

Hanzo, on the other hand, is getting a Legendary Skin called Kabuki Hanzo.

Lucio fans will also be pleased to know that the character is getting a Legendary Skin called Capoeira Lucio.

Blizzard is also introducing a new look for Pharah in the new patch. She is getting a Legendary Skin called ASP Pharah.

New Hero Emotes

Let’s not forget about the new hero emotes as well. 

New Map

The Jan. 23, 2018 patch also comes with a new Blizzard World theme park map. Back in November, Blizzard published a YouTube video showcasing the new hybrid map. The map is composed of areas that are based on Blizzard’s other famous properties, namely: “World of Warcraft,” “Diablo,” “Hearthstone,” “StarCraft” and “Heroes of the Storm.”

Balance Changes

Game director Jeff Kaplan has also said that after this patch, fans can expect balance changes to come to “Overwatch.” “The map and the loot box items will come out together. My guess (and this is not a promise... just trying to be real here) is that any balance changes will drop shortly after. The map/items are already in console certification but the balance changes have not yet been submitted as we are still evaluating them,” he said on the “Overwatch” forum.

Upcoming Events and Updates

Eurogamer reports that Blizzard has prepared a lot of things for this year. There’s going to be a Chinese New Year in-game event. A 27th hero is also expected to show up in the game soon. Plus, PVE event Uprising is coming back. Finally, anniversary celebrations are being planned for May.

Released in May 2016, “Overwatch” is available to play on Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms.