Overwatch has quickly become one of the biggest online multiplayer shooters around, its mix of colourful characters and frenetic gameplay making it popular with casual players and eSports pros alike.
Following in the footsteps of PC classic Team Fortress 2, it's a team-based shooter with a variety of characters and varied objectives, requiring teamwork (and a balanced group of heroes) to achieve victory.
Overwatch has the same bright, fun sense of humour as Team Fortress 2, backing it up with even more varied character designs than that game. You can quickly jump between controlling a cowboy, a ninja, or a sentient gorilla, then switch to a robot or a time-travelling cockney in case you get bored - and that's just a handful of the 20+ characters, with more on the way.
Blizzard has an almost unparalleled reputation as a developer, and their first foray into the FPS is no exception. It's the perfect game to keep you entertained until Valve stop making digital hats and announce Team Fortress 3 already.
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