Junkertown – New Overwatch Map

Blizzard has revealed Junkertown, a new escort map for Overwatch themed around Junkrat and Roadhog. The official description below: Junkertown is an Escort map located in the harsh and unforgiving Australian Outback. Constructed from the remains of a destroyed omnium, it’s now the home to a band of lawless scavengers known as the Junkers, led by their cutthroat Queen. When they aren’t pillaging the omnium’s skeleton for anything of value, the Junkers blow off steam in the Scrapyard—a massive gladiatorial arena whose combatants fight for glory, riches…and to survive. The official release date for the map is still unclear, but

Overwatch’s Sombra Mystery Appears to be Coming to a Close

Over at IGN, Vince Ingenito wrote, “Overwatch does a great many things well, but above all else, its success is built on the backs of its many excellent characters. It’s fitting that the main menu is dominated by one of them at all times; their diverse appearances, origins, and personalities are all laid bare with every pose they strike.” With it’s record-setting 7 million copies sold in the first week, Blizzard was not going to let the success of Overwatch taper down just yet. With the summer months coming to an end, we are finally given more hints and a step

Overwatch Public Test Region Now Available

A new Overwatch patch is currently in development and now available for testing on the Public Test Region. For information on how to participate and what changes are included in the upcoming patch, read on below. Mission details: How to Participate PTR FAQ PTR Patch Notes If you experience technical issues while playing the PTR, please post in the Technical Support forum. If you encounter any game-related bugs while playing the PTR, please post in the PTR Bug Report forum. How to Participate To participate in the public test, you must have an Overwatch game license for Windows PC attached

Even Elon Musk thinks you should play ‘Overwatch’

There’s a new video game that everybody’s in love with. And when we say “everybody,” we mean it. Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took time out of his busy life, usually spent fundamentally altering the auto industry and sending human beings to Mars, to tweet his love for the game this weekend: Highly recommend @PlayOverwatch by the good people of @Blizzard_Ent if you like ultrafast team FPS actionhttps://t.co/GAIamvAPnn — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 5, 2016 Not a bad promotion considering Musk’s got just over 4 million Twitter followers. Though the game is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, Musk