Spooktastic New Halloween Lenses And Bitmojis From Snapchat

To celebrate everyone’s favorite spooky season, Snap is brewing a series of Halloween-inspired Snapchat features to get its community ready for the 31st of October.

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Its that time of year again, spooky season is upon us and Team Snap has some treats for everyone.

Snapchat has new Halloween themed features like lenses (filters),new augmented reality (AR) tech and new Bitmojis costumes to get users in the spooky spirit.

Spooky Lenses Featuring New AR Tech

Using Snap’s body-tracking technology, Snapchatters can take virtual dressing-up to a whole new level by trying out the new lenses.

Users can shapeshift into a Werewolf using Snapchat’s Werewolf Lens, which uses AR technology to simulate users morphing into a Werewolf.

Snapchat also has another lens called Spooky Fashion that uses the upper garment segmentation tech.

Snapchat also gives users the haunted house experience with the Haunted House lens that lets users turn their surroundings into an eerie-looking home.

Image from Snapchat.

Bitmoji Halloween Costumes

Bitmojis are getting new costumes to celebrate the spooky season right.

Snapchat released 6 new Bitmoji Halloween costumes including a fairy, a witch, a clown, a ballerina, & an angel, and a devil.

They also released 3 new festive shirts and hoodies including two Jack O’Lanterns and a skeleton. Users can also send their friends Halloween themed stickers of their bitmojis.

How to change your Bitmoji outfit:

  • From Snapchat, tap on your Profile in the top-left corner. 
  • On top of your 3D Bitmoji you’ll find a hanger icon on the bottom left. Tap on the hanger to open the Avatar Designer. You’ll be taken directly to the Bitmoji Fashion wardrobe, where you can access the Halloween costumes. 
  • Choose your favorite costume and have a Happy Halloween!

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