Another three months gone by, another competitive season of Overwatch in the books. Blizzard has shown no signs of slowing down updates for their latest game. Season three wasn’t quite as big a shake up as season two was with a new hero and revamped skill rating system, but the last three months have certainly changed the game.
If you didn’t keep up with Overwatch due to the hustle and bustle of the holidays, I’ve got you covered. With season four kicking off tomorrow, let’s recap season three and check the state of Overwatch.
A horrendous losing streak in early January didn’t help, but a new career high of 2654 was nice!
Overwatch continues to dominate the gaming scene six months after its release. Blizzard is going to create their own competitive league and, based on the multitude of tournaments and Twitch activity, it’s clear that Overwatch is here to stay.
The second competitive season finished up last week with season three just around the corner. Let’s check in on everyone’s favorite hero shooter to see where it stands.
Blizzard’s first new IP in 15+ years, Overwatch, is a smash hit. The hero shooter, out on console and PC, has been taking the world by storm since it’s release nearly three months ago. With the first competitive season winding down, let’s take a look at how the game has changed since late May.
My dude Zenyatta isn’t so squishy anymore, for starters.
I’ve been a Blizzard junkie for most of my life, ever since the Starcraft/Diablo II days. I still count D2 as one of my top all-time games. I’ve played my fair share (read: way way too much) of World of Warcraft, Diablo III, Warcraft III, and Hearthstone. The only game they’ve released in the last ~20 years that I haven’t played is their MOBA, Heroes of the Storm. So you can be damn sure that I was ready for Overwatch, Blizzard’s first completely new IP since 1998.
The short of it is that Overwatch has hooked me in like few games ever have. It’s an instant classic with a long, long life ahead of it. Overwatch will be many people’s game of the year and it very well may be mine.
Are you with us? Nearly everyone in the world is and with good reason.