Blizzard has been releasing previews of new Overwatch skins in anticipation of the game's upcoming event, Retribution. Sombra's new skin has people wondering if she'd like to speak to your manager.
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Our (aspirationally) weekly Overwatch show returns with a new name, Let's Break It Down, and a new hero to discuss! Sombra can hack everything, teleport and turn invisible. She is a handful, and also she has cool hacker hands. Listen to Cecilia, Heather and I talk about our favourite Sombra strategies. And also who we think she's smooching, because of course.
Sombra is finally in Overwatch! No longer confined to an ARG, she can now hack the planet as she pleases. Maybe, though, pros ought to steer clear of her for a bit.
Professional advocate for every shade of purple (and also hacker) Sombra is now available to play on Overwatch's live servers.
When Blizzard finally showed off Overwatch's latest character last week, they didn't just do it on the internet. They also had a version of her in the flesh at Blizzcon.
Before Overwatch's latest character, Sombra, was unveiled at BlizzCon over the weekend, she was the focal point of an alternate reality game (ARG) that lasted months. It was like a hydra. Fans would reach the end of one countdown, only for the belligerent beast to sprout two more. At BlizzCon, I spoke to two of Overwatch's designers about that.
Sombra hacked her way into our hearts today, now that Blizzard decided to stop messing around and just announce her.
Sombra is basically the Overwatch version of the DDOS script kiddies who bring down services like Steam and PSN. She takes crap you rely on, she breaks it and then she disappears. In the right hands, I think she's gonna be devastating.
Imagine a world in which the Sombra Overwatch ARG never ends -- a horror world where there are only unsolved mysteries and the bitter, masochistic masses who hunt them down, forever. Are you picturing it? Here's a twist: You don't need to! You're living it.
The hunt for info on Overwatch's next hero, a stealthy hacker named Sombra, has brought over 7,000 fans into Blizzard's alternate reality game (ARG). But some bystanders have become unwilling participants in the ARG as well, as players hungry for Overwatch's hacker have partaken in some hacking of their own.
Blizzard's been hinting at a new Overwatch hero, Sombra, for months. What began with cheeky easter eggs has evolved into a full-blown alternate reality game (ARG). After the latest countdown-based twist, people are worn out.