Overwatch Competitive Season 12 has begun! For two months, you can try to climb the ladder and improve your skills at Blizzard's first-person shooter. Here's some tips on how to prepare and get the most out of the season.
As Battle for Azeroth launched at midnight CEST Tuesday, things were a little bumpy server-wise so I didn't get to log a ton of play time.
So in yesterday's Breakfast Topic I complained that I couldn't get to other Legion zones easily because I had chosen Highmountain as my initial leveling zone.
This week, we're not going in-depth with the meta or character choices.
YouTuber Terioth has produced a number of informative Overwatch videos since the game's launch.
Veteran FPS players ought to be familiar with the Escort game mode.
They're some of the most common questions I see rogue players ask: After agility, which stats matter most?
Whether you’ve been playing a mage for a week or for years, there are usually things we can all do more efficiently to maximize our damage. There’s a big difference between theorycraft and practical damage. Many factors affect damage dealing execution: lag, reaction time, environmental hazards, RNG, and of course player error. Your damage is also dependent on your gear, spec and talent choice, but that’s not what we’re looking at this week. Instead, we’re considering ways that will allow any spec of mage to see an improvement in their damage immediately.
You can feel it, deep down in your soul.
Are you just now jumping into Diablo 3? With the game's second season offering a fresh start for everyone, now's a good time to dive into this hack-n-slash. But if you haven't played before — or if you only played when Diablo 3 or its Reaper of Souls expansion first launched — you may need a bit of a refresher.