Talon has had a presence in Overwatch since the debut of the game. During the height of the Overwatch organization’s popularity, many attempts were made to eliminate Talon as a threat. These efforts resulted in the death of Overwatch agent Gérard Lacroix, courtesy of his wife Amélie. Brainwashed by Talon, she returned to the organization as their most effective assassin, and took the name Widowmaker. Since then, Talon has continued to rear its ugly head in caper after caper — even after Overwatch’s disbandment.
But although we have plenty of information about what Talon has done, little was known about the story behind the terrorist group until now. Turns out, Talon isn’t run by one individual, it’s a council — and one of the biggest names on that list just broke his way out of jail.
Doomfist has returned — not the Savior, not the Scourge, but the Successor, and possibly one of the most dangerous enemies Overwatch has ever faced.
The voice actors bringing our favorite heroes to life in Overwatch are knocking it out of the park with fan interactions and general awesomeness.
We’ve been following Carolina Ravassa‘s adventures both figuratively and literally on social media. She’s taken to tweeting “boop” to all comers, like her character Sombra’s signature line. And, of course, that’s not all.
With the new Baywatch movie recently released (and did we really need a Baywatch movie?), it’s only right that Overwatch get the same treatment. Even if it’s not right, the fans at Deerstalker Pictures have made an Overwatch video in classic Baywatch style. And of course it’s called Baewatch.
And we love it.
But mostly we love Ana (and want to be her when we grow up).
I’ve been waiting for this one for a very long time. Overwatch has released a new tantalizing bit of lore in the form of an Atlas News report on the Horizon Lunar Colony. Fans familiar with Overwatch lore may remember the Lunar Colony as gorilla super genius Winston’s first home. We caught a glimpse of the facility in the Recall animated short, as well as Winston’s namesake, Dr. Harold Winston. Winston wasn’t the only gorilla in residence — the Colony was established and populated with genetically-enhanced gorillas to help test the effects of prolonged habitation in space.
But somewhere along the line, something went terribly wrong.