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.
So you're playing Zenyatta and you're getting wrecked because no one's peeling the various Reapers, Widowmakers, and Reinhardts off of you.
After months of ideation and iteration, the hammer finally dropped on Mercy last week.
The latest Overwatch developer update from Papa Jeff tackles a pair of hot community topics -- notably the ongoing issues of toxicity and overall hero balance in the game.
Mercy lost Mass Resurrect as her Ultimate ability all the way back in August of 2017.
The latest patch to hit the Overwatch PTR is tackling a number of issues with Doomfist.
First announced at BlizzCon 2017, new Support hero Moira is now live in Overwatch on both consoles and PC.
Thanks to the Overwatch Archives panel at BlizzCon, I'm wondering if we're ever going to get Firestarter, Recluse, or McCloud.
The latest Overwatch PTR continues the long, storied saga of Mercy nerfs, as heralded by Jeff Kaplan late last week.
Our first glimpse of Mercy's rework in which she lost Mass Resurrection came to us all the way back in late August -- a full two months ago now. According to Overwatch Game Director Jeff Kaplan, Mercy is still a work-in-progress and there are more changes on the horizon.