New Overwatch League Fan Apparel for 2021 Season Start

The Overwatch League 2021 season officially starts this weekend, April 16-18. To help fans get hyped for the league’s big return, a range of brand-new Overwatch League apparel has been released through Mitchell & Ness. The line allows fans to show their support in style including “Play by Play” tees and two-tone snapback hats for Overwatch League teams.

How to Earn Overwatch League Points for Roadhog and Echo Skins

Overwatch League introduced two new legendary skins: Midas Roadhog which celebrates the 2020 San Francisco Shock championship, and the Good vs Evil Echo which is a nod to the 2020 Overwatch League MVP, Byung-Sun “Fleta” Kim. Both skins are available now through April 6. Get them while you can!

But these Legendary skins cost Overwatch League Points. How do I get them?

The Flaws that Need to be Fixed in Overwatch 2

Overwatch has had many flaws over the years as new heroes have been added. Some of the flaws have resulted in major hero overhauls.

Symmetra has had at least two major overhauls to her abilities kit. Mercy at some point had a couple overhauls as well. Several bug fixes to many heroes, and slight changes as well.

Some heroes are considered broken. Just search for some content creator videos out there to learn more about them.

But there is one major thing in Overwatch that needs to be fixed in Overwatch 2, if not before it.

Kanezaka: New Overwatch Deathmatch Map

Blizzard Entertainment deployed a new FFA Deathmatch map based near the Hanamura map. Kanezaka provides plenty of sniper and high ground spots to dispose of enemies from afar; and corridors.

There is a strong fox and cat theme going on throughout the map. I wouldn’t be surprised if a new female hero is hinted here.

Below is a spectator-mode solo exploration video, and screenshots.

Overwatch PTR 1.50

Blizzard Entertainment deployed Overwatch PTR 1.50 (build 70299) introducing new Career Profile improvements.

Achievements are now grouped by category and may be filtered to find things easily.

Junkrat has been buffed a bit by reducing the delay when you trigger a concussion mine — meaning he can explode them faster, and you can control Junk faster after detonating the RIP-Tire. The patch also adds several bug fixes across the board.

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