'Oversnatch XXX' Official Trailer: The Overwatch Porn Parody By Brazzers

It's inevitable and bound to happen one way or another. Blizzard Entertainment's Overwatch and its rising popularity after it had its successful debut back in May 2016 has now become the subject of a porn parody.

Brazzers - Allegedly The Best HD Porn Site 

Brazzers is a popular porn site that streams HD porn and have been known to do popular porn parodies of famous TV shows and movies. Such shows include 'Game of Thrones' or 'Star Wars.' Now; however, they selected video games to do a parody from and decided to go with the popular Blizzard Entertainment first person shooter game - Overwatch. They call it "Oversnatch XXX" in reference to...well...you know what.

The popular porn studio created a porn parody featuring what appears to be two of the title's most famous characters. Reaper and Widowmaker were featured shooting what seems to be Nerf guns at each other. The characters are played by Danny D and Aleta Ocean and will be released on the Brazzers website today.

Porn Parody Of Overwatch Is No Surprise

According to News Everyday, the porn industry 'setting their sights' on Overwatch is not surprising. Since its release, Overwatch has become the subject of many artists, creating several pornographic images based from the characters of the game.

Overwatch was released by Blizzard Entertainment in May 2016 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It received a highly acclaimed franchise status much like Blizzard Entertainment's other critically acclaimed titles - Warcraft, Starcraft, Diablo, and Heroes of The Storm.

According to Engadget, the game has gained a lot of interest from eSports fans and have amassed 15 million players worldwide. Blizzard will hold the final "Overwatch Worldcup" In BlizzCon 2016 and will be attended by 16 national teams. The teams include Australia/New Zealand, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Finland, France, Germany, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, and USA.

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