It's the final week of regular stage competition in the very first season of Overwatch League.
My husband and I have two small kids, so when we get a precious chance to watch something other than Blippi, we usually watch together even if we're not interested in that particular programming.
The latest Overwatch Developer Update dropped a few doozies, including the upcoming introduction of Looking for Group to Overwatch.
We've talked about Nendoroid figures for Overwatch before, because they're hecking cute and why wouldn't we?
The world probably doesn't deserve Christian Blanco.
Look, I'd love to tell you that Fallout 76 was an Overwatch crossover where Soldier 76 shows up in a Vault and saves the Wasteland, but it's not happening. We're not going to see Omnics fighting Super Mutants, or find out that the Institute were behind the Omnic crisis, and we're certainly not going to see Talon agents battling Brotherhood of Steel forces. God, the fanfic writes itself.
Season one of Overwatch League is rounding the bend and the matches are getting a lot closer and harder to predict for all the teams except NYXL, who continued their dominance this week.
The rotating schedule of past Overwatch events up on the Arcade for the second anniversary of the game's release has been posted for this week, and there's a lot to love.
In addition to an Overwatch LEGO partnership announced earlier this week, Overwatch announced another toy tie-in that shouldn't be overshadowed: Overwatch-themed Nerf guns will be releasing sometime in 2019.
Outside of esports, a royal wedding dominated much of the news cycle this week.