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  2. Overwatch's Winter Wonderland is BACK!

    lol what Also, the sombra skin tho
  3. Overwatch's Winter Wonderland is BACK!

    Did I just see Mei drop a Junkrat trap in their trailer?
  4. WINTER WONDERLAND RETURNS It's the most wonderful time of the year! Overwatch is getting into the holiday spirit again for the next three weeks! Expand your collection of seasonal-themed items, and enjoy two winter brawls. This year, we’re celebrating with a new brawl: Yeti Hunter, as well as bringing back Mei’s Snowball Offensive. We’ve decked the halls of Black Forest, King’s Row, and Hanamura. But we know what you really want: presents! Unlock over 50 new seasonal items—including legendary skins like Snow Owl Ana, Rime Sombra, Beachrat Junkrat, and Ice Fisherman Roadhog—alongside winter gear from last year at reduced credit costs. TIME: DEC. 12 - JAN. 1 Skins: Highlight Intros: Emotes: Bastion, Ana, Roadhog, and Hanzo new skins are so nice! Gasm That new Zen emote got me ded too. Source:https://playoverwatch.com/en-us/events/winter-wonderland/
  5. https://us.battle.net/forums/en/overwatch/topic/20759535818 Lots of changes!
  6. Overwatch May Ban Competitive Players Who Pick the Same Hero Every Time Tanner Dedmon 11/12/2017 Overwatch players might want to start diversifying their hero picks for competitive play or else they could run the risk of being banned for one-tricking their favorite character. Being proficient with a hero to the point that you can pick them into any enemy team is one thing, but the issues apparently lies in how it affects the rest of your team. A situation surfaced on Reddit involving a one-trick player who simply refused to play because they didn’t get their Torbjorn trick, an action that resulted in a ban for the player that was first thought to be related to one-tricking a hero. It was found that the situation was more about holding your teammates hostage and being inflexible with your hero picks when your main is taken, an offense that an Overwatch community manager said they’re discussing internally. “I just wanted to chime in and make sure that everyone knows that we’re currently digging into the reports, investigating this ban, and thinking about how this type of situation affects specialized players and their teammates,” said Josh Engen, community manager. “We take both sides of the issue very seriously. We believe that players should be able to choose their favorite heroes, but playing as a team (which includes building an effective team composition) is a core part of the Overwatch experience. It’s a delicate balance, and we’re still working on getting it right (and probably always will be).” Engen then expanded on his statement by referencing Blizzard’s stance on playing fair and nice while overcoming obstacles both in-game and within your team. Read More Here: http://comicbook.com/gaming/amp/2017/11/12/overwatch-ban-competitive-players-pick-the-same-hero-every-time/
  7. nice q pressing skills
  8. I did that today as on Temple of Anubis
  9. wtf widowshot

    No 360
  10. Is Overwatch Getting Stale?

    Yeah, like how is League still a thing?
  11. Is Overwatch Getting Stale?

    People are just overplaying it. If you only played it like 30 minutes everyday, I think people would still see it as fun. There are people with like thousands of hours on League and CS so.. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  12. Is Overwatch Getting Stale?

    The day's finally come see you on FIFA, lads!
  13. Is Overwatch Getting Stale?

    Yes, it is. But I think this happens to every game really. Nothing lasts forever..
  14. Is Overwatch Getting Stale?

    A lot of people seem to be quitting overwatch for multiple reasons. A lot are for toxicity, Blizzard's bad management of the game, or the game just got boring. I don't understand how there are people with gold+ portraits tbh.