What you need to know
- Heroes of the Storm has a new batch of crossover skins called CraftWars.
- This includes designs that make Arthas look like a member of the Zerg swarm and more.
- D.Va and Gazlowe have been reworked.
Today, Blizzard Entertainment revealed the addition of crossover CraftWars skins to Heroes of the Storm. This means that players can now deck out Mei like a Death Knight, or having Arthas resemble a Zerg, or many other amusing crossovers. Mei was just added to the Public Test Realm (PTR) back in June. You can see one of the many new CraftWars skins below.
Alongside these crossover skins, D.va and Gazlowe have been reworked, with D.Va now able to fill more of a Tank-esque roll. Meanwhile, Gazlowe is better able to disrupt opponents and fight at the front lines.
While Heroes of the Storm has dialed back its additions somewhat, new characters such as Mei or Deathwing are still being added with events and tweaks. In addition to its many ongoing titles, Blizzard Entertainment has announced some big new games such as Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2, though both of these games currently lack a release window.
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