A long time ago, in another life -- well, sort of, it was back before 2015 so it feels like another life -- I wrote a post entitled The danger of assuming personal experience is universal, and I would have used that headline again except it's a bit of a mouthful and it feels detached.
You may have seen her show up as a cosplay.
Breaking what has been an incredibly long silence on non-game material, the Overwatch team, along with long-time allies Dark Horse comics, have unleashed a new limited comic series featuring series cover girl Tracer.
Overwatch usually brings back the Summer Games around this time.
Like a bolt from above, the Gods have arrived in Heroes of the Storm -- and Cassia and Tracer have never looked better.
Heroes of the Storm’s next in-game event is a tribute to Ancient Greece and the rise of Hellenistic Myth in fantasy
I want to be honest and admit that I rarely play Heroes of the Storm nowadays.
A certain voice turned up in Overwatch 2 that I was not expecting to hear, because the person that voice belonged to in-game is supposed to be dead.
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.