Overwatch gets a new card with the name Busan. Game director Jeff Kaplan announced this at the Korean Overwatch Fan Festival. Kaplan stated that the Overwatch sound team has recorded the sounds from Busan City to give it a degree of authenticity. The Overwatch Busan card consists of three parts: Sanctuary, Downtown and D.Va & # 39; s Meka base. D.Va is one of the more popular Overwatch heroes. Her background story has her as a pro-gamer for driving a mech as a member of Overwatch. Busan can still be played in Overwatch on PC via PTR (public test realm) with a final launch of PS4 and Xbox One.
In addition, Blizzard released a new animated short starring D.Va and added to the surrender of the game by introducing a new kind of Omnic robots into the Overwatch universe.
Previously, the Overwatch Summer Games event was announced. It contains the return of Lucioball, which has a new location in the Busan Stadium, South Korea, as previously unveiled, alongside the existing locations in Sydney, Australia and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The more competitive Copa Lucioball is also back for its second season.
Furthermore, there are more than 50 new "seasonal items" to unlock, including new & # 39; legendary & # 39; skins such as Waveracer D.Va, Fastball Zenyatta and Cabana Ana. Next to this game is also a game patch released, which introduces changes in the name of the skin, changes in heroic capacities such as those of Ana, Brigitte, Doomfist, Hanzo, Lucio, Mercy, Moira, Reinhardt, Sombra, Symmetra, Widowmaker and Zarya, and various bug fixes. The 2018 Summer Games event from Overwatch runs until 30 August.
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