October was seconds old when people started declaring the start of spooky season, but Halloween is the one yearly event we’re happy to let claim an entire month. No one complains when signs for costume shops start appearing on the sides of abandoned department store buildings—it’s exciting, unlike the cloying Christmas songs that later invade all the still-operating department stores sometime in November. (It did, however, feel a bit tragic to see the Spirit Halloween sign on the side of an old Fry’s Electronics, the iconic Silicon Valley electronics chain that went out of business earlier this year.)

Likewise, in-game Halloween events tend to start sometime in the middle of October and run for two weeks or so, and it never feels like they’ve overstayed their welcome. Here are the spooky game events we look forward to every year, and how they stack up against each other.

10. Rocket League – Haunted Hallows 

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