Overwatch is a first-person shooter which features a diverse cast of characters. The title features individuals with varying abilities, but it's so well-balanced that no one seems at a disadvantage. You can be a Western gunslinger or a traditional assault rifle-wielding soldier.
Today, Blizzard Entertainment announced the Winter Wonderland 2018 event. As is the case every year, you can earn seasonal items over the course of a couple of weeks. If you're a hardcore Overwatch who loves collecting cosmetic items, then this is quite a treat indeed. There's a lot going on this year according to the description.
Overwatch is getting into the holiday spirit for the next three weeks! Expand your collection and enjoy two winter brawls: Yeti Hunter and Mei's Snowball Offensive. Visit Blizzard World to watch the snow fall, admire its twinkling nighttime lights, and savor the sight of confectionary-inspired décor. Of course, we have new presents for you to unwrap from our Winter Loot Boxes! Unlock new seasonal items—including legendary skins like Krampus Junkrat, Sugar Plum Fairy Mercy, Figure Skater Symmetra, and more.
The fact that Overwatch is so popular is due to the fact that it has received aggressive post-launch support since it came out. It's gotten a lot of heroes and other content over the years. This is how ongoing games should be handled because they can become long-term success stories as a result of this.
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