Overwatch is a multiplayer first-person shooter game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment.
Overwatch, described as a “hero shooter”, assigns players to six teams, with each player called a “hero” from a list of more than 30 characters, with each game divided into three common characters with one style. It serves its purpose.
Team players work together to protect and defend control points on the map, or to escort a payload to a map in a limited time. Players receive cosmetic rewards that do not affect the game, such as character skins and victory poses, as they play the game.
The game was originally launched with casual games, but the competitive rank mode, various ‘arcade’ game modes, and the player-customizable server were added after the browser release.
In addition, Blizzard has added new characters, maps and game modes for free after the release, with the added expense of optional loot boxes for players to purchase cosmetics.
It was released in May 2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows, and in October 2019 for the Nintendo Switch.
Do you want to spend a few hours surrounded by people associated with Random Watch?
Today is your lucky day! Blizzard has launched its annual Yule log stream on Twitch, which includes members of the Overwatch team, as well as voice actors and others associated with the game, and will see you down the league chair.
Some will eat cookies, some will say things occasionally, others will just sit there and see if you still don’t know if this is real or not. Like Jeff Kaplan, who now looks super intensive.
You can watch the stream below or go to Twitch to stay in the chat room. We honestly don’t know how director pre-recorded it is, so we don’t think it’s an interactive bit. But hey, you can throw it on your TV or watch it while you plan your last moments.
Look at what weird stuff they made to get everyone in while in the chair. And they wonder if they can drink in a cup that sits a little by the fire.