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Title: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on May 17, 2018, 12:50:33 PM
Starting this thread for KJ, who has just picked up Overwatch.

I've played it on PC for just over a year (since May 8th 2017). It's essentially the only video game I play.

I had no FPS background aside from Goldeneye, so I started off pretty mechanically weak. But I had other skills that transferred from WoW PvP: healing/tanking roles, teamwork, callouts, positioning, line of sight, game sense, etc.

I ended up being a support main, focusing on Moira and Mercy (over 100 hours on each), and recently Brigitte. Apparently I'm in the 92nd percentile on Moira. Lately I've been refining Mercy and feel like I can carry a lot of games with her.

I know a fair amount about most heroes, though, so if you have Qs I can try to A.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: WorldForgot on May 17, 2018, 01:33:35 PM
Play this game so sporadically (cuz it's raptoroblivion'z ps4, not mine) that I haven't racked up any significant hours, but having come into it off of countless FPS' it's always fun to take people to town with McCree and D.Va ~

Mercy and Torbjörn are the only support I can offer, but I'm a nimble assist when it counts. 
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on May 17, 2018, 01:41:15 PM
I'd recommend Mercy to anyone, because she's a lot of fun and can have a huge impact on a match. Mercy is one of those heroes that's easy to learn but hard to master. Positioning is everything. Mobility is everything. At any given time, on top of healing and damage boosting, you should have three things in mind. Am I behind cover? Are there flankers? What is my next escape (i.e. who am I flying to next)?

I remember trying Mercy when I first got the game. I set her aside because I felt like I was constantly under attack and didn't enjoy being the #1 target. How naive I was. A good Mercy is very slippery. It's all about escape routes and using terrain cleverly.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on May 17, 2018, 02:09:45 PM
thanks!

same here, I didn't have any FPS experience as well, so I started playing Mercy because 1) it seemed easy and 2) nobody else wanted to heal, lol. soon I realized how fun it was, and I have barely touched another hero since.

it's very satisfying when you learn how to position yourself and be able to be in a middle of a fight without dying.  I need to improve my decision making though. I die sometimes trying to revive people in impossible situations, and sometimes when I see an opponent with low HP I try to use my gun instead of healing my team mates which often just ends with me getting a kill and my team mates dying. I tried some competitive matches, but that was way to hard at this point.

moira seems fun too, and Lucio is crazy when you can handle him. I want to try them out sometimes. having a good healer in your team can do all the difference it seems.

btw, I just got play of the game with Mercy. what the fuck did everyone else doing??
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on May 17, 2018, 04:13:28 PM
Nice!

You have to realize when a teammate has gone too far (overextended) and can't be saved. Don't let their bad positioning get you killed too. This is rough at early levels, but it doesn't go away. People will have bad positioning for as long as you play Overwatch.

At the same time, it's possible to pull off some very tricky resurrections. My best rezzes happen either instantly or after a waiting period when the enemy team has moved on and assumes the rez is not happening.

You can do some fun things with line of sight. If your teammate died on one side of a pillar or wall, you can start rezzing there, and move behind during the cast. The resurrect only breaks from distance, and the distance is generous. Also try this vertically. Let's say your teammate died on a bridge or overhang. You can fly up from below, start the rez, and (holding jump to fall slowly) swoop underneath. I've done this at times when the fight is still happening above.

Mercy's pistol is the least important part of her kit. Use it occasionally or during downtime, but usually you will have something more important to do. I use my pistol less if I'm grouped with a damage-dealer I really trust... because I would rather be damage boosting them.

Don't get frustrated if you die rezzing, especially right now. You have to test the limits.

Youtube has a lot of good Mercy guides if you're interested.

I would not worry about competitive anytime soon. I definitely started it too early and should have waited. In the mean time, don't fret too much about wins and losses. There are 12 players in a given match, and sometimes you just can't do enough. Instead of getting frustrated with dumb teammates and losses, focus on self-improvement and think about what you could have done better. This is a good mindset to have on Mercy, because much of your job is compensating for or reversing your teammates' mistakes.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on May 17, 2018, 05:53:55 PM
Since we're on the topic, here are a couple recent fun rezzes I did, from my friend's POV.


(https://media.giphy.com/media/3d9hgx4JYFQhX9IpAB/giphy.gif)

In this one, I fly in from the right side (you can't really see me), to a hidden spot kind of below the corpse. Then I fly to my team.




(https://media.giphy.com/media/vuNsK4TYxTkk3f7q7n/giphy.gif)

This is a pretty safe rez, using the pillar, getting in and out quickly. My Zarya was there to bubble me, but it wasn't needed, because the enemies didn't notice me. By the time they realize what happened, you should already be flying away.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on May 20, 2018, 01:13:45 PM
thanks for the tips. they where really helpful. I don't use the gun as often now, and pulling of sneaky rezzes has become one of my favorite things to do! using the flanks to hide behind while rezzing was a great advice

I am level 48 now and my avg healing is 8k after 9h.  I didn't follow your advice to not play competitive  because it's more fun and it seems easier to improve you're game when everyone is taking the match seriously. you can see my stats here if you're interested: https://overwatchtracker.com/profile/psn/global/betweenthebars1?mode=0 maybe these stats doesn't say anything though.

I had 24k in one comp match, but that was before I started to save the games so I could watch them later, and I didn't realize at the time how high that would be in comparison to my other matches.  it's like 10k more then my second best game which seems to be a reasonable lever to be at (15k  per match). it's archivable if you are playing with smart team mates. sometimes they are really driving me crazy though. I can't help it.

the 24k game was on Route 66 which is my favorite map right now. there's a lot of good places to escape to in the beginning of the map. I think the middle part is tricky though because I get killed from opponents coming up from behind a lot of the times. advice for those situations?

I want to learn Orsia or Reinhardt. having one in your team seems important in a lot of matches.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on May 20, 2018, 04:10:48 PM
Excellent!

1k healing per minute is a good rough benchmark to reach with Mercy. That's not always possible though and depends on your team a bit.

What are your hero settings for Mercy under Controls? I use "toggle beam OFF" and "GA prefers beam target." I've tried the opposite settings for a while and strongly prefer it this way.

I only warned against doing competitive now because of my experience. I started as soon as I could and placed low, so it took me some time to rank up. But if you're not going to worry about rank for a while, it doesn't matter. And you're almost certainly better than I was when I started.

In terms of maps, Mercy is kind of weak on some king of the hill maps, especially Nepal Village and Nepal Shrine. Everyone plays too close together, so you're vulnerable AND your teammates are not far away enough to provide you a safe escape. I tend to play Moira on king of the hill. The only one Mercy is actually great on is Illios Ruins.

And yeah, Mercy is great on Route 66. (Similar to Blizzard World.) The second section of Route 66 is actually the most severe chokepoint in the entire game. The only way to solve that is to have your team run dive tanks, i.e. Winston and D.va. Mercy is a lot of fun to play with Winston and D.va because you can constantly slingshot yourself everywhere.

If you are getting flanked on Mercy too much, the only solution is to have a teammate babysit you, someone who's effective playing that far back, like McCree. The alternative is to play Brigitte or Moira instead, who can deal with flankers a lot better.

Reinhardt, in my opinion, is the most rewarding and frustrating hero in the game. I don't really enjoy playing him anymore. If you don't have a good team behind you, he's almost unplayable. Orisa is pretty great though.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: WorldForgot on June 20, 2018, 04:30:57 PM
Brigitte seems to work best when there's already a Moira, Lucio, or Mercy, as her support can't do much for the group push or retreat. She is certainly on the more "offense" side of the support characters, though, and her stun/reach-attack work wonders in coordination with your team's backup.

For me, currently, the most 'rewarding and frustrating hero' to develop has been Orisa. If your team is perceptive enough, you can get a strong push together, or hold the payload, and that buff ultimate is quite rewarding. Offense characters elude me, still.

KJ add our PSN: oblivion152 ~  :yabbse-grin:
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on June 20, 2018, 05:23:45 PM
Brigitte seems to work best when there's already a Moira, Lucio, or Mercy, as her support can't do much for the group push or retreat. She is certainly on the more "offense" side of the support characters, though, and her stun/reach-attack work wonders in coordination with your team's backup.

In my experience, Brigitte can work well with a Mercy as the other support. But she's best in a triple support comp with Zen/Lucio or Zen/Moira or some combination like that. You'd usually have a solo tank in that case. Having triple support means you don't necessarily need a 2nd tank and more importantly allows you to run Brigitte more aggressively. Her potential is wasted when she has to sit around too much.

For me, currently, the most 'rewarding and frustrating hero' to develop has been Orisa. If your team is perceptive enough, you can get a strong push together, or hold the payload, and that buff ultimate is quite rewarding.

Orisa is a reliable hero. If you're dying on Orisa too much, it's usually your team's fault, or you're not shield-dancing enough. Orisa can often be the best pick to counter snipers. The key is proper use of Halt (depth perception) and hitting as many of your projectile rounds as you can.

That said, I find Orisa kind of boring and clunky. I could imagine getting into her, though.

I'm kind of laser-focused on Moira/Mercy/Brigitte right now. But also working on Zarya, who is an amazing hero once the playstyle clicks.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on June 24, 2018, 11:08:15 AM
thanks for your posts, Jeremy!

I stopped playing Mercy almost all together because it became to frustrating playing her in bad team comps. playing D.Va is more fun if the team isn't good.

KJ add our PSN: oblivion152 ~  :yabbse-grin:

I added you!
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on June 25, 2018, 08:38:40 PM
The new hero teaser made me excited! So it's Hammond, which is a tank, who can turn into a giant ball or something? What is going on in that video...
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: WorldForgot on June 26, 2018, 05:02:09 PM
Looking forward to playing chicken against Junkrat with that giant rolling ball  :yabbse-cheesy:
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: csage97 on June 27, 2018, 03:20:22 PM
I'm a bit Overwatch-crazy lately. Spending way too much time playing competitive games ... but it's super fun. I'm trying to play as a flex DPS and healer and having lots of success.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on June 29, 2018, 02:03:25 PM
the group search thing is amazing! makes the game way more fun.

also, is there anyone else other then Stylosa who makes good Overwatch YT content? I have enjoyed his videos a lot (especially his coaching series), but would be nice to watch someone else too.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on June 29, 2018, 02:28:17 PM
also, is there anyone else other then Stylosa who makes good Overwatch YT content? I have enjoyed his videos a lot (especially his coaching series), but would be nice to watch someone else too.

Stylosa is a good entry point to Overwatch Youtube, but in the end I don't get much from his videos anymore. His coaching videos can be great, but sometimes he does them for heroes he doesn't know. If you're interested in videos on a specific hero, I can probably link you to something good.

My go-to channels are Your Overwatch (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEzOHrh9snmHJSGu9wmOvsw/videos) and BTC (https://www.youtube.com/user/BlameTheController/videos).

For coaching and analysis: Jayne (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMoNOUJPZTjA1w3ttT819SA/videos) and OneAmongstMany (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvKqy6-GzhIgJCVcE2nn8nQ/videos).

Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on June 29, 2018, 02:46:29 PM
do you have anything good on Birgitte or D.Va?

I tried Birgitte the first time last night, and was surprised by how easy she was to play. Might be fun to learn someone with a higher skill ceiling though, but idk, she seemed fun to play as well. I like playing support too. Maybe Zen? But I guess I could watch Stylosa for him. He seems to be playing him a lot. How is Moira?

I'll check those out. thanks!
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on June 30, 2018, 10:30:10 AM
Be sure to learn Brigitte's combos.

Versus Tracer:

1. Shield Bash
2. Smack (once)
3. Whip Shot

Versus 200 health targets:

1. Smack
2. Smack
3. Shield Bash
4. Smack
5. Whip Shot

Moira is one of my mains. Highly recommend her. One of the most adaptive heroes in the game.









Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on August 20, 2018, 11:10:10 PM
Heroes I've been playing a lot lately:

Wrecking Ball
Zarya
Brigitte
Moira

Sort of taking a break from Mercy. Preferring those high-impact heroes instead.

A fairly entertaining Brigitte deathmatch highlight:

https://gfycat.com/GorgeousAcidicIberianbarbel
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on January 04, 2019, 12:32:27 PM
I posed this gif on Reddit an hour ago and it has 1k karma so far. I guess it is relatable, lol
https://www.reddit.com/r/Overwatch/comments/acjze0/why_i_dont_even_bother_with_mercy_in_gold/
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on January 04, 2019, 12:43:09 PM
Haha, very nice!

Gameplay-wise, Mercy is really dependent on her team to be in good positions and to be doing useful things. Really the only way to rank up on Mercy is through communication and shot-calling. She has a unique view of the battlefield, and less mechanical demand than most other heroes, so it's not a bad idea anyway.

After a break, I'm playing Overwatch regularly again, and really focusing on Brigitte. She's so much fun. A highlight of mine from a couple days ago:



Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on January 04, 2019, 01:00:54 PM
People are giving me some shit in the comments. I realize I play bad as well in that clip, but I only picked her because I had 5 DPS in my team and she is the only support I can play decently. I wanted to play Reinhardt or Orisa, but no one else wanted to heal. Idk why it matter anyway, it's just a funny thing that happened and I phrased it like that because it would be more fun...

That gave me so much pleasure, lol.  She's fun, but I wish I played her more often. I am stuck with D.Va.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: WorldForgot on January 04, 2019, 01:24:41 PM
I posed this gif on Reddit an hour ago and it has 1k karma so far. I guess it is relatable, lol
https://www.reddit.com/r/Overwatch/comments/acjze0/why_i_dont_even_bother_with_mercy_in_gold/

Was listening to grimez' Pin while this clip played and you relax'd her into sit right with the bridge guitar. Funny moment. I've been stuck in bronze for two seasons but I swear I've got the sauce, placing Gold then dropping with every 3 random matches, basically. My support lineup has expanded to basically everyone but Ana, because I'd rather play anybody else with a scope than her.

You don't really play too bad either, you find the opening in your team's pattern and exploited it to benefit. JB earlier in this thread taught me much about cornerz. Her zip recharges so quick, I find you can really play the sort of rogue you try out in this clip. But a good Sombra will peep that, too.

I think Ash is a good Brigette counter, which is good cuz I feel the re-work has buff'd Brig into a longer range (road-lvl? longer?).
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on January 04, 2019, 03:51:59 PM
I've learned more and more that you should be using corners on basically all heroes (when playing defensively). There's no substitute for the cover that terrain provides.

Ashe is a pretty good Brigitte counter. You can use your dynamite to force Brig to turn her shield and expose herself, or just take the explosion. That's pretty annoying. A good Brig can kinda play around that, though. Pharah remains the only true counter to Brigitte.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on January 05, 2019, 06:11:43 AM
I posed this gif on Reddit an hour ago and it has 1k karma so far. I guess it is relatable, lol
https://www.reddit.com/r/Overwatch/comments/acjze0/why_i_dont_even_bother_with_mercy_in_gold/

Was listening to grimez' Pin while this clip played and you relax'd her into sit right with the bridge guitar. Funny moment. I've been stuck in bronze for two seasons but I swear I've got the sauce, placing Gold then dropping with every 3 random matches, basically. My support lineup has expanded to basically everyone but Ana, because I'd rather play anybody else with a scope than her.

You don't really play too bad either, you find the opening in your team's pattern and exploited it to benefit. JB earlier in this thread taught me much about cornerz. Her zip recharges so quick, I find you can really play the sort of rogue you try out in this clip. But a good Sombra will peep that, too.

I think Ash is a good Brigette counter, which is good cuz I feel the re-work has buff'd Brig into a longer range (road-lvl? longer?).

Do you solo queue when you play? I mostly just solo queue because I am bad at communicating, but sometimes I find a group to play in, and having the roles locked in 2-2-2 with mics makes such a huge difference. It's more fun for sure.

Yeah, at this rank you can often play her like this and still get away with it. Probably a bad habit to have if you climb with her tough, but in gold and lower it works for me.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on January 05, 2019, 09:46:49 AM
Apparently there is a secret club, a reddit version of illuminati, for members who has reached the front page. I feel so influential.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on January 07, 2019, 02:41:18 PM
I didn't know half of this. I definitely needs to boop people more than I do with her.



Have watched some Emongg videos before, though. He has teached me the importance of eating Moira orbs.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on January 07, 2019, 02:49:58 PM
Also, I have played more Reinhardt recently because a good Reinhardt can make such a big difference in your team. Imo, the most difficult part about playing him is fighting the urge to charge, lol. It's just so much fun.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: polkablues on January 07, 2019, 03:23:05 PM
I never really felt old until I started reading this thread.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on January 07, 2019, 03:25:47 PM
haha, why? I thought you played games?
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: polkablues on January 07, 2019, 03:28:43 PM
haha, why? I thought you played games?

I do, but somehow this one in particular is like people are talking in a foreign language from a country I didn’t know existed.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on January 07, 2019, 03:40:34 PM
You should try it and join the fun!
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: WorldForgot on January 07, 2019, 04:48:29 PM
Eating Moira's orb/Pharah'z missiles -> players who can use attack characters in defensive modes like this are why I can'tpput this game down. Few shooters allow such a variety of counters.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: polkablues on January 07, 2019, 04:58:26 PM
You should try it and join the fun!

(https://i.imgur.com/qiHYHRA.png)
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on January 07, 2019, 05:22:51 PM
Eating Moira's orb/Pharah'z missiles -> players who can use attack characters in defensive modes like this are why I can'tpput this game down. Few shooters allow such a variety of counters.

It's the only FPS online game that I have played regularly. One of the reason for this is because I like the characters so much. I identify as nothing but D.Va!

You should try it and join the fun!

(https://i.imgur.com/qiHYHRA.png)

LOL

Just wait until you hit that midlife crisis. Online gaming is the 2019 equivalent of buying a motorcycle.


Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on March 01, 2019, 01:17:23 PM
The new hero (Baptiste) is absolutely amazing. Pretty sure he'll be my new main. I've been playing him on PTR. He is insanely fun and can have so much impact on a match.

This is the best gameplay I've seen so far:


Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: WorldForgot on March 01, 2019, 02:23:02 PM
Damn that looks fun! This will make a good complement to pubmatches in the Silver range, where so many peepz are using Lucio or Soldier to Damage/Heal switchup.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on March 02, 2019, 05:33:35 AM
yeah, he looks very fun! might be exactly what the game needs right now.

will probably fun to play mercy together with him as well. at least if he positions himself like that.

Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on March 04, 2019, 03:17:55 PM
the new meta!

Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on March 08, 2019, 05:33:38 PM
I wonder if we'll see some big changes soon considering the sudden success of Apex Legends and the overall disappointment in the Overwatch community. A lot of people are quitting this game right now, and the dev team have to act quickly if they want their players to stay. Free-for-all will happen for sure, but what's next after that? Interesting times ahead, probably.

I have enjoyed AL quite a lot personally as someone who isn't comfortable communicating all the time. The ping system is so good, and I'll start up the game without feeling that it will become extremely frustrating if I don't talk with my team. I enjoy team based games but sometimes I just want to play a few games without getting drained of my energy because I have to be social.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: WorldForgot on March 08, 2019, 07:01:44 PM
Apex has the most interesting platforming + map of Battle Royale games yet, and the ping system is great. It just doesn't have the squad feeling of Overwatch somehow. The abilities are perks, yeah, but you don't feel a synthesis of collaboration between your three players the way you do on Ovie.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: csage97 on March 27, 2019, 02:30:26 AM
I wonder if we'll see some big changes soon considering the sudden success of Apex Legends and the overall disappointment in the Overwatch community. A lot of people are quitting this game right now, and the dev team have to act quickly if they want their players to stay. Free-for-all will happen for sure, but what's next after that? Interesting times ahead, probably.

I'm one of those players who's mostly quit. I needed some space on my hard drive, and OW was the best candidate for removal since i haven't been enjoying it much lately. I still watch a bit of OWL and some player streams, but I even enjoy those less than before as well.

It's just that the dev team kind of messed up and subsequently failed to make needed changes, in my mind. Brig was a big mistake, and then the game is full of so much CC now (stuns and those types of things that take away a player's ability to move at all). With goats, which has been around for too long, there's less reliance on actual FPS aim than before.  DPS have been obsolete for too long. One of the worst signs is that in OWL, the best flex DPS players in the world are stuck playing Brig, which is just sad. Brig had ~88% pick rate in stage 1 of season 2, while the new hero Ashe had <1% pick rate. You know it's bad when a new hero that is very aim-intensive is basically a throw pick in the pro scene.

Overall, since I'm not playing OW anymore, I'm trying to just cut back on video games in general. I'm not going to completely do away with them because I enjoy lots of them and there's some value in that for me ... but I also enjoy other things that have greater additional value, like reading and learning more than I would when playing games.

Apex is cool though. The biggest things that annoy me about it though is that if I hot drop, I'll die right away about half the time, while getting good teammates is a tossup, and sometimes teammates just want to play looting simulator the whole frigging match.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: WorldForgot on March 27, 2019, 01:02:23 PM
add me on PSN if you'd like an APEX regular! Oblivion152
I've mostly moved onto that game + SEKIRO for now
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on March 27, 2019, 01:32:18 PM
Personally I don't like the rhythm of battle royale games... looting, suspense, battle. And having loot in PvP is something I'm just not really on board for anymore. I prefer an Overwatch game where it's more of a pure straightforward matchup.

Overwatch is a whole lot more fun if you have friends to play with. That's what keeps me playing. Well, that and new heroes.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: WorldForgot on March 28, 2019, 11:59:22 AM
Yeah, I know what you mean. It feels as if Battle Royale game mechanisms are especially "mobile game"-y in that regard. Apex really curves the pace issue of CoD's Blackout by adding Platformer mechanics. The looting is also exploration. In Apex there are maybe 2 guns in each class that will really make your loadout worthwhile. Knowing which ones those are for your playstyle is one thing -- searching the world and possibly looting enemies (risky!) in order to get it during the endgame racks up the tension.

I wish I had a reliable 6 or even 3 person crew on Overwatch. Me and my roommate were climbing out of bronze for months, and now we've made it to Gold but the teams are just as wonky. It's a lot easier to find two people to fill out a three-squad on Apex because it's free, I guess.
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on March 28, 2019, 12:21:28 PM
You reached gold? I was at like 2400 but dropped to 1800. I got worse, lol.

I'll play with you... someday, hehe. Invite me if you see me online!
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: WorldForgot on March 29, 2019, 04:12:50 AM
Definitely!
Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Robyn on April 25, 2019, 07:09:12 PM
So the Workshop...

I don't understand how it works, but everything seems possible with it!

Can't wait to try it out on console.

Title: Re: Overwatch
Post by: Jeremy Blackman on April 25, 2019, 10:20:26 PM
It's mostly about making your own game modes and customizing hero abilities. There's a lot of potential. (No map editing.)

Meanwhile, I have 36 hours on Baptiste now.