The holidays are on us, and we know what that means: new Overwatch stuff. And also family and jubilee or whatever, we guess.
In a new video update, diversion executive Jeff “It’s Beginning To Feel A Lot Like” Kaplan announced that a game’s Mei-focused holiday eventuality is returning. It’ll embody all from last year—skins, a Mei snowball quarrel mode, etc—as good as an wholly new trainer quarrel mode.
The new mode is called “Mei’s Yeti Hunt,” and it sees a group of 5 Meis perplexing to move down one super-charged Winston. The mode is a “boss fight,” according to Kaplan, though a Winston is also player-controlled.
In any match’s early goings, Winston has to evade a moment group of adorable, annoying ice assassins and collect power-ups until he can go into primal fury mode, during that indicate a tables turn. Meis can rush and regroup with a assist of ice walls and ice traps. If adequate Meis go down, Winston wins(tons). If Winston, an trusting yeti who’s only perplexing to live his life, man, falls amidst a Meis’ snowstorm of meaningless violence, afterwards they win.
In box we were worried, yes, there will also be new skins. Kaplan hinted that Hanzo, Junkrat, and Roadhog are removing legendaries. He pronounced zero about Pharah, however, presumably since he dislikes me, personally.
The eventuality starts on Dec 12.