At prolonged last, Overwatch’s gauntlet-wearing knave Doomfist is saying a light of day. The new impression has been teased given before publisher Blizzard even expelled Overwatch, and now, players can finally try him out on Overwatch’s open exam region.
Doomfist, whose genuine name is Akande Ogundimu, is a cybernetic offense impression whose palm cannon gauntlet knocks opponents down. Blizzard writes, “In further to traffic ranged repairs with his Hand Cannon, Doomfist can impact a ground, hit enemies into a atmosphere and off balance, or assign into a ravel with his Rocket Punch. When confronting a firmly packaged group, Doomfist leaps out of view, afterwards crashes down to earth with a fantastic Meteor Strike.”
His Seismic Slam move, where he leaps brazen and smashes opponents toward him, looks like it will be quite fun on conflict maps.
Here’s his trailer. And, spoiler… he’s not uttered by Terry Crews:
Overwatch lore paints Doomfist as a mythological villain, a personality of some-more sinful characters like Reaper and Widowmaker. On Tuesday, publisher Blizzard gave players a bit of history that foretold Doomfist’s long-anticipated arrival. In Overwatch’s world, there had been a jail mangle during a maximum-security trickery where Doomfist was sealed up.
We initial listened of Doomfist in Overwatch’s 2014 cinematic trailer, where a child visiting an Overwatch museum sees Doomfist’s gauntlet showcased behind glass. In a inserted months, players encountered a half dozen red herrings in expectation of Doomfist’s release: scarcely each puzzling new favourite was preceded by whispers of Doomfist. Prior to a drudge Orisa’s release, a hulk fist-shaped hole in a Numbani wall had players certain that Doomfist was coming—but he wasn’t only yet.
We can’t wait to try him out.