Jeff Kaplan, the game director for Overwatch and its forthcoming sequel, has left Blizzard Entertainment.
It's been the week of Echo out of the Overwatch team, after several social media teases for the new hero and the release of her Origin Story trailer yesterday.
Over the last week, a long-time discussion in the Overwatch community was reignited by rumors of a "big update" coming to the game.
Update: The stream is now live, so it's time enjoy the adventures of Jeff sitting in front of a fire for eight hours.
Rio de Janeiro and Toronto are new maps in Overwatch 2, but there may be some unannounced maps in the gameplay trailer too
Overwatch 2 promises a lot of things, but top of the list for some players will be the new locations we'll go to on new, exciting maps.
The Overwatch 2 team “absolutely has plans” to do something like break Reinhardt’s hammer in half — but it won’t affect PVP
Shortly after the big Overwatch 2 reveal at BlizzCon 2019, I had a chance to sit in on a group interview with Game Director Jeff Kaplan and Lead Game Producer Matt Hawley.
Overwatch's holiday-themed maps might be available all year-round soon, according to Game Director Jeff Kaplan.
Overwatch's annual Summer Games event will come even sooner than previous years, but the new hero release will be behind schedule, according to a new developer update video.
Overwatch’s Jeff Kaplan promises long-awaited features and possibly big shifts to the competitive scene
Overwatch will enter its third year as Blizzard's multiplayer shooter next month.
We know that WoW Classic is going to launch next summer fully patched to 1.12 Drums of War.