A new competitive Overwatch map called "Rialto" is now live on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. In this new escort map, players team up to guide a payload along the canals and cobblestone streets of Venice. The Italian environment is gorgeous to say the least, and seems quite different from what we're used to before. Hopefully the developer will continue to add maps like this in the future.
It's great to see that Blizzard is continuously supporting Overwatch even after all these years. The developer has set an example for the industry as a whole because even games like Diablo III keep on getting new content. This proves that even titles that came out years ago can retain a healthy player base with the right amount of post-launch content.
Overwatch is a first-person shooter which features various heroes battling various villains. Each character is unique and has their own set of abilities and skills. Despite the diverse cast of fighters, the game is surprisingly balanced at a casual level, and you never feel like you're at a disadvantage if you choose one over the other.
If you haven't played Overwatch, be sure to check it out at your favorite store. You can purchase the physical version for roughly $30 at various retailers. The best part is that it's Xbox One X enhanced and dynamically upgrades the resolution to native 4K at 60 FPS.
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