Next Overwatch hero is teased as "unidentified assailant"

Based on the report from Game Rant, Atlas News was the front of the previous major tease which features a mock interview with a young girl who is an expert in robotics. It shows off the starting point of Numbani map. The tweet is shared below.

Still, the interview writes up teases fans, one way or the other and if overlooking the technical side of including her in the roster could be done, what have been said could prove to be an interesting partial introduction to "Overwatch".

Blizzard today tweeted an Overwatch news report that was reporting that the OR15 Defense units were destroyed at Numbani aiport. One of the OR15's is lodged right inside the shattered wall. The character will reportedly play a huge part in the game.

Meanwhile, there's have been some speculation that Blizzard might discuss plans to bring guilds and clans to the first-person shooter game.

Doomfist has been featured in Overwatch lore for quite a long time. The mantle of Doomfist has been assumed by multiple characters and all of them carried a large powerful gauntlet. Unsurprisingly, numerous fans of the game noted that the damage to the airport was probably caused by someone wielding the Doomfist Gauntlet, an oversized weapon utilized by the character of the same name. However, their efforts are thwarted by Tracer and Winston.

The Doomfist gauntlet was hidden within a payload vehicle on the Numbani map but this could have changed. This means "Overwatch" players will now face a new threat as someone or something now possesses the Doomfist gauntlet. Recently, Overwatch France updated two playlists, possibly including an official reveal trailer for the new hero. In the lower right-hand corner of the image you can see that the photo credit comes from Efi herself, whose first trip has now been incontrovertibly delayed until further notice. Players believe it has to be Doomfist.

The crowd would learn more about this next Overwatch character at the upcoming big gaming expo in San Francisco next week.

  • Arturo Norris