While Overwatch has put out cinematics, digital comics, and short stories in the course of fleshing out the world of the game, they're only now stepping into the world of novels with Nicky Drayden's The Hero of Numbani, an original work focusing on kid genius Efi Oladele and her budding AI peacekeeper Orisa.
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 you've been caught by a Reinhardt Earthshatter and thought you really shouldn't have, this Overwatch Workshop mode is probably for you.
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.
Every game has them, and every player has one they love.
Overwatch debuted in 2016 as a captivating and fun shooter -- but what caught the imaginations of players and non-players alike was the colorful cast of characters it introduced.
It's been a busy year for Blizzard as they focused on expanding World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Hearthstone, and Heroes of the Storm.
While everyone else is busy blowing up Illidan or chasing an Argus or whatever over in World of Warcraft's patch 7.3, Overwatch also put out a pretty massive patch today.
Now that Orisa is live in Overwatch, the game has changed once more.
After much speculation around Efi Oladele, we have our answers about the next hero to hit Overwatch: Orisa, a security robot built by Efi herself.