Overwatch Hacks to Improve Accuracy and Stealth Mode

Overwatch Cheats

Overwatch is a team-based multiplayer first-person shooter developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. Described as a “hero shooter”, Overwatch assigns players into two teams of six, with each player selecting from a large roster of characters, known as “heroes”, with unique abilities. Find below where download Overwatch hacks

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Overwatch And Diablo Anime-Style Cartoons Are Still In The Works, According To Report

Back in late 2019, we reported that the Chinese boot-licking company, Blizzard, wanted to make an Overwatch cartoon or anime. Well, it looks like plans for that are still in motion alongside a Diablo show, too. In other words, the two IPs owned by Blizzard are still gearing up to manifest as animated shows. Continue reading “Overwatch And Diablo Anime-Style Cartoons Are Still In The Works, According To Report”

Overwatch Movie Or Cartoon May Be Possible In The Future, According To Jeff Kaplan

While I’m sure Jeff Kaplan can argue with any fan from Sunday to Saturday about what qualifies as a sequel, it looks like he dreams of making the game that has an excessive amount of fan fiction and social justice content, Overwatch, into a movie or cartoon. Continue reading “Overwatch Movie Or Cartoon May Be Possible In The Future, According To Jeff Kaplan”

Nintendo Reportedly Offering Refunds for Overwatch Pre-Orders

Nintendo as a company is known for some inventive consoles, fantastic first party titles and a complete unwillingness to give refunds for digital purchases of any kind except when they absolutely have to. A mentality so ingrained in the company that in 2018 Nintendo was  taken to court in the EU to force them to start issuing refunds on digital products in accordance with the letter of the law. This company is so incensed by Blizzards human rights violation, however, that they have reportedly begun allowing some refunds for Overwatch pre-orders for those contacting customer support and requesting one. Continue reading “Nintendo Reportedly Offering Refunds for Overwatch Pre-Orders”

Blizzard Cancels Nintendo Switch Overwatch Event In New York

Overwatch Event Cancelled

The Nintendo store in New York City was supposed to play host to a launch event for Blizzard Entertainment’s Overwatch on the Nintendo Switch. However, at the last minute, Blizzard cancelled the event. Continue reading “Blizzard Cancels Nintendo Switch Overwatch Event In New York”

Overwatch E-Sports Coach Justin Conroy Directed To Delete Tweet Critical Of Blizzard’s Censorship

Overwatch Censorship

All those associated with or connected to Blizzard Entertainment are under strict supervision when it comes to their social media presence. They’re not allowed to use foul language, not allowed to make edgy jokes, nor are they allowed to tweet out memes containing Pepe the Frog. Apparently they’re also not allowed to criticize Blizzard for enforcing Chinese censorship on players and casters. Continue reading “Overwatch E-Sports Coach Justin Conroy Directed To Delete Tweet Critical Of Blizzard’s Censorship”

Blizzard Removes $175 Mei Statue From Gear Shop As Hong Kong Embraces Her As Mascot

Overwatch Mei Statue

While Blizzard may have announced a reduction in the penalty they issued to blitzchung and the commentary team when the player made a post-game comment saying “Liberate Hong Kong. The revolution of our time!”, they’re still running damage control in an attempt to reduce the chatter over the Hong Kong protests. Funnily enough, as Mei has been adopted by the Hong Kong protestors, one of the statues from the Gear Store has been removed, but no explanation has been given. Continue reading “Blizzard Removes $175 Mei Statue From Gear Shop As Hong Kong Embraces Her As Mascot”

Blizzard Promises to Defend the Pride of China as Congress Takes Notice

Optics are an integral part of any business especially during massive ever growing backlash against a company decision. It is important to very carefully choose your words for anything you utter will be treated to the same standard as the law, can and will be used against you. This careful dance in a minefield is not an art apparently Blizzard is skilled in for while congress watches on they choose to announce they will defend the pride of China on Chinese social media site Weibo. Continue reading “Blizzard Promises to Defend the Pride of China as Congress Takes Notice”

Game Developers, It’s Time To Stop Listening To VG247

VG 247

Yesterday VG247 released an op-ed entitled “Game developers, it’s time to stop listening to the fans.” I found the piece so outrageously horrible I decided to come out of retirement from talking about video games and respond to it. GamerGate was almost five years ago and still some people have learned nothing. It’s wild to come across a repackaged “Gamers don’t have to be your audience” narrative after all this time. Continue reading “Game Developers, It’s Time To Stop Listening To VG247”

Blizzard Reportedly Bans Fan From Making “Ok” Hand-Gesture At Overwatch Events

Okay Symbol Banned

Reports are going around that Blizzard has reportedly banned fans attending the Overwatch e-sports arena events from making the okay hand-sign gesture. This was in result to a fan making the hand gesture as part of the “got ’em” game during an interview with one of the players, and someone reported it to the Overwatch League Twitter account, which then alerted event staff, who then promptly told the fan not to use the gesture again because they claim it’s associated with white supremacy. Continue reading “Blizzard Reportedly Bans Fan From Making “Ok” Hand-Gesture At Overwatch Events”

Overwatch’s endorsement system has created a far less toxic online community

Blizzard’s endorsement system in Overwatch is apparently doing a solid job of cutting down on toxic behavior within the popular hero shooter, with a recent GDC presentation touting a drop of 40 percent across matches. Continue reading “Overwatch’s endorsement system has created a far less toxic online community”

Blizzard Bans Thousands Of South Korean Overwatch Accounts

Overwatch Bans

Kicking off the new year, Blizzard decided to sanction 1,916 accounts for the South Korean version of Overwatch, listing the user names as a shame tactic for players who had ill-manners, or as the general public calls it: toxicity. Continue reading “Blizzard Bans Thousands Of South Korean Overwatch Accounts”