Last month we talked about many of the different factions within the Overwatch universe that are looking to butt heads in Overwatch 2.
As we close out 2019, we look forward to 2020, where we're certain to learn more about Blizzard's plans for Overwatch 2.
If, "all the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players," as the Bard says, in the world of Overwatch those players are the various heroes that we play.
The Overwatch 2 announcement cinematic, Zero Hour crystallizes the new narrative of the Overwatch storyline going forward: namely, when faced against the overwhelming threat of an omnic invasion force, Winston jumps into the fight with only Tracer and Mei by his side.
I must be one of the very few people who enjoys the GOATs meta in Overwatch.
Say goodbye to Overwatch's controversial support and tank hybrid hero Brigitte.
Want to catch up on Overwatch's expansive story? Here's a comprehensive guide to all lore columns, comics, and animated shorts.
Blizzard has announced skins for the Halloween Terror 2018 event on its social media pages for the past week, and we've gotten some great surprises, including the headless, Enchanted Armor Pharah skin.
Call the new Overwatch Doomfist skin Swamp Monster or Doomfish, but we all know it's a direct reference to Guillermo del Toro's 2017 film The Shape of Water.
The latest set of six Overwatch heroes from Funko Pop are available for pre-order on the Blizzard Gear Store, including Hanzo, Doomfist, Torbjorn, Orisa, Ana, and Genji. According to Blizzard, the figures are expected to ship before November 31, and if you're a avid Funko collector, you can have all six figures arrive in one box. Each figure is $10 and all sit at the same height except the Orisa figure which is six inches.