Overwatch’s latest patch on January 6 introduced a host of controversial new changes that fans are enjoying, despite admitting that they might break a bit, leaving the developers to take part.
All that changed on January 6 when Blizzard recommend a patch took some cool ideas from the Creators Experiment cards and tweaked them for the main game.
Now that the dust has settled, many players fear that Moira, and even Reinhardt, might be too strong and that the developers are forced to deal with the chaos.
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Overwatch developers listen to player feedback
In a post on Blizzard’s official forum, Community Manager Andy B commented on an issue post with some of the changes implemented.
“Make no mistake (sorry about that), we know some of these changes will spur a lot of conversation. We also know that the patch will change the meta a bit, which we’ll be keeping a close eye on this week. As usual, we will aggregate your feedback and send it to Geoff et al,” he said, referring to a Hanzo glitch that caused the update to go offline for a bit.
Meta-changing buffs include Moira’s new Fade, which gives her super new mobility, and a Reinhardt Earthshatter buff that can instantly kill 200 HP heroes hit by it at close range.
“Your measured feedback on your play experience after you try out the patch will be extremely helpful in said summary. If you don’t mind the experience, let us know what frustrates you about it,” he added. “Try to be specific, avoid exaggeration, and just speak from your experience. If you like it, let us know what you like about it. ”
We’ll have to see what happens with these buffs and if they diminish a bit in the coming weeks as players get even more time with them, but at least the developers seem to know. that they can be too many.
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