I've sort of given up on Diablo 4 any time soon.
Overwatch's Winter Wonderland event brings more than just a fun event and new goodies to collect.
We saw Heroes of the Storm players get their holiday goodies earlier today, and now Overwatch players are getting their turn.
Overwatch's Winter Wonderland event brings a host of holiday goodies, including seven new skins and four new victory poses for players to unlock.
With season 8 of competitive play in Overwatch kicking off in January, the developers will be tweaking elements of its Skill Rating system -- particularly in high-end play.
If you don't know what Ready Player One is, it's a Steven Spielberg movie based on the novel by Ernest Cline and it's basically a paean to nostalgia wrapped up in a homage to the internet -- the story of a young man, a virtual reality, and an easter egg that everyone in both the real and virtual worlds is ready to kill or die for.
Apparently even Omnics can feel the Christmas spirit, since the Overwatch team is asking us to send them stuff to make their holiday extra jolly.
It was only natural things would get explosive last night, since one of the first teams playing in the exhibition matches showcasing Overwatch's fledgling esports league was the Florida Mayhem.
Jeff from the Overwatch team is back with another developer update today, this time talking all about the return of the Winter Wonderland holiday event.
In a series of tweets citing "player logistics issues," the Philadelphia Fusion is officially withdrawing from the Overwatch League preseason.