Overwatch’s Winter Wonderland event is going to be wonderfully weird

December 7, 2017
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It’s that magical time of year when video games start cashing in with the digital snow, and Overwatch is absolutely no exception. The development team has just released details about this year’s Winter Wonderland event, and it looks like this year their thinking is in a different time zone to the box.

The cornerstone of the event will be a new game mode, a kind of “boss fight” that will see five Meis fighting one “Yeti” that’s actually a Winston. All six characters will be played by human players, unlike previous special events, which have seen player teams go up against an AI.

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