There was a span of maybe ten seconds where I thought, in some portion of my withered heart, that Jeff Kaplan wasn't teasing Overwatchcontent but instead unveiling an absolutely wild small business program.
The sweeping gates of BlizzardWorld, the Blizzard theme park, together with the core concept intrigued me. I mean, if there is a Harry Potter theme park on the market, what is stopping the entire world from adopting a Blizzard themed version? Harry Potter doesn't save Aiur from an infinite wave of Zerg. He doesn't deserve the accolade. At no time in the seven book series failed Ron Weasley drink the blood Mannoroth, only to slay the demon and recover his honor in front of his best friend Thrall.
Alright, fine, so it is most likely not going to happen. In the mean time, though, we could see BlizzardWorld as Overwatch's newest hybrid . This attack/escort map occurs at a theme park chock full of references to Blizzard's additional possessions.
Before I watched an Overwatch cinematic, I climbed up on Warcraftand Starcraft. I played with the original Warcraft games as a child, and Starcraft was the very first game I played . I awakened over a million wins as Undead at Warcraft 3 to score that sweet, sweet Sylvanas icon. Obviously, BlizzardWorld is a delightful map for lovers like me. Greatest map for every Overwatch Boost company.
That being said, there's a wealth of easter eggs for Overwatch fans too. (There's a scoreboard with different Overwatch personalities rated. D.Va is number two with a very respectable score, and Sombra is number one with an impossibly high score.) The map can be chaotic and fun, with gryphon themed teacups pushing players high ledges round and probes turning throughout the skies.
BlizzardWorld is part of Overwatch's utopia, and despite being an arsenal of easter eggs, it manages to feel like part of the world. I am not a hundred percent convinced why these heroes are fighting it out over giant pretzels and augmented reality channels that transport you for Aiur, but I'm glad to be along for the ride.
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