Overwatch is getting a substaintial update that will hopefully have a positive effect on game queues, as the team at Blizzard announced today that the hero shooter is getting cross play between PC and consoles. However, for those hoping for cross-progression, that will not be happening.
As part of the fifth anniversary of Overwatch, the team took to Reddit in an AMA answering the community's questions about virtually everything. This included the current state of the game, its history, in addition to recent announcements.
Blizzard has released some Overwatch original concept art print as the hero shooter celebrates its 5th anniversary this month.
Earlier today Blizzard announced that Jeff Kaplan, Overwatch's game director since launch, has left the company. Where Jeff is headed is unclear, but we do know who is stepping into his role within Overwatch, Aaron Keller.
Blizzard Entertainment, one of the largest game companies out there and creators of some of of the most memorable gamesin the industry, is celebrating 30 years this month. To commemorate, the company posted a new video to their social media, showcasing moments from their extensive library.
Earlier today, Blizzard president J Allen Brack announced via a new YouTube video that the company's upcoming BlizzConline will be free for all to watch online.
Thanks to Covid-19 and the pandemic surrounding the virus, many gaming events this year have been cancelled or moved to an online format. Blizzard's annual BlizzCon is no exception, with the company announcing BlizzConline coming next year, dated for February 19-20.
Blizzard is celebrating Comic-Con @ Home this year with some exclusive merchandize, artwork, and more.
For the last week, I've been heavily playing Riot Games' latest foray, Valorant. With several hours under me, Valorant accomplishes many things, notably, reminding us that Riot does indeed know how to build core gameplay experiences. However, it is not without its share of frustrations and flaws. This is our review of Valorant.
The latest dev update for Overwatch features Jeff (from the Overwatch team) outlining competitive open queue, and more.