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.
Coming out of approximately nowhere, Overwatch lead writer -- and Zork enthusiast -- Michael Chu decided to drop a new short story.
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.
There's a whole list of abilities that Mercy can increase the damage of in Overwatch.
Want to catch up on Overwatch's expansive story? Here's a comprehensive guide to all lore columns, comics, and animated shorts.
Until I saw this video of the Overwatch voice actresses swapping voice lines, I didn't know that I needed to hear Symmetra say "It's high noon." Polygon recently got the voices of Symmetra, Sombra, Mercy, and Pharah together to say some of the most famous lines from the game, specifically the ones that their own characters would never say.
For the first time in the two years since Overwatch launched, Mercy is no longer the primary healer in the game's roster of support heroes.
For all of you Mercy mains out there with spare cash burning a hole in your pocket, prepare to be $175 poorer.
Last night Overwatch Lead Writer Michael Chu cleared up some of those burning questions surrounding Brigitte's reveal in a Q&A.
In competitive games, there's a theory of a sort "trickle-down" meta -- that is, the strategies discovered and refined by high-end (or even pro) players make their way down to lower brackets.