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.
Take a peek at the LEGO Overwatch Widowmaker and Tracer set!
Want to catch up on Overwatch's expansive story? Here's a comprehensive guide to all lore columns, comics, and animated shorts.
Update: The cost of those sweet legendary Tracer and Genji skins has just been reduced.
During the final match of the Overwatch League's inaugural season, it was revealed that Blizzard has even more esports-related skins coming to Overwatch.
If you don't know what Ready Player One is, it's a Steven Spielberg movie based on the novel by Ernest Cline and it's basically a paean to nostalgia wrapped up in a homage to the internet -- the story of a young man, a virtual reality, and an easter egg that everyone in both the real and virtual worlds is ready to kill or die for.
In a recent post on the Overwatch forums about Tracer and balance issues, Game Director Jeff "Jeff from the Overwatch team" Kaplan had some interesting insights to share about game balance and, more importantly, player perception of it.
We know from the Reflections comic that Tracer is a lesbian in a relationship with a woman named Emily, which is a pretty awesome step for representation by Blizzard.