The next ‘Overwatch’ hero is a battle-scarred combat medic

Overwatch fans only have a handful of options for healers, but they're about to get one more. Blizzard has revealed that the game's next hero is Baptiste, a Haitian combat medic who grew up an orphan during the Omnic Wars and learned hard lessons ab...

Overwatch Monopoly: Do Not Pass GO, Do Not Collect Loot Box

Overwatch fans will soon have another way to play the game. Hasbro will soon release a Monopoly Overwatch Collector’s Edition as well as a bunch of other Overwatch themed toys. Unlike regular Monopoly, players will need to choose a group lead, draft a team, and then battle for the high score. So if your family is bugging you to get off of your console and interact with the humans sitting next to you, here is another great way to play.

Instead of real-world locations and Chance cards, this game has places found in the video game and also loot boxes. It also has tokens based on the key characters of the game, like D.Va, Lucio, Mercy, Reaper, Tracer (AKA Lena Oxton), and Winston. Aside from that, it has 6 group leader cards, 21 character cards, 16 objective cards, 9 loot box cards, 4 reminder cards, 1 numbered die, 1 ability die, 90 plastic HP chips (50 fives and 40 ones), and the Game Guide. The board game Monopoly will arrive in April for $49.99, and you can preorder it now from GameStop.

In addition, Hasbro will be releasing a series of Overwatch Ultimates action figures. These 6-inch figures include Lucio, Reaper, Sombra, Tracer, Reinhardt, and some dual-character packs. The single figures are $22.99 and the dual packs are $49.99.

‘Overwatch’ action figures and Monopoly are coming this spring

Hasbro is about to give you many, many ways to flaunt your Overwatch fandom beyond the occasional Nerf gun. It's launching a series of toys and games themed around the character-driven shooter, including Monopoly Overwatch Collector's Edition. The $5...

Overwatch League’s premium pass wasn’t ready for its debut

If you tuned into opening night of Overwatch League's second season, you likely noticed some changes to the production from last year. For instance, each player's status bar at the top of the screen handily shows when a hero is hacked, stunned or fir...