'Overwatch' Behind-the-Scenes Video Introduces New Character Orisa

by Lawrence Cooper March 15, 2017, 0:58
'Overwatch' Behind-the-Scenes Video Introduces New Character Orisa

I have other video games I could play, but I keep coming back to Overwatch because it's just so fun-and Blizzard continues to add new updates, events, and characters that keep the game fresh.

It seems more likely that some kind of tie-in title, based in the Overwatch universe could arrive on the Switch instead, however, Blizzard have yet to reveal any plans for the new console.

Overwatch's next hero is set to make her debut.

Part of the Public Test Realm server for some time, Orisa has been going through extensive bug-testing and balancing changes.

The latest behind-the-scenes Overwatch video goes more in-depth with the newest hero, Orisa. Her main weapon, meanwhile, is a Fusion Driver cannon that delivers sustained damage, but slows Orisa's movement while firing.

"Orisa temporarily reduces damage she takes, and can not be affected by action-impairing effects".

Her alternate fire, Halt!, launches a graviton charge across the map, slowing nearby enemies as it passes, then pulling them toward it when it detonates.

"Orisa throws out a stationary barrier that can protect her and her allies from enemy fire". Designed as a peacekeeping robot, Orisa is technically the game's youngest hero. The character will be released on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on March 21st.

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