Overwatch To Relieve Glory With Blizzard’s Biggest Feature Yet

Overwatch director Jeff Kaplan has announced that Blizzard is now working on the studio's biggest feature yet. However, there is no detail yet regarding the release date.

Overwatch Players Can Save Match Highlights

Memorable Overwatch match highlights had reportedly been very few since the game was released. In fact, Overwatch players can only save the match replays by external recording due to a lack of in-game feature that enables saving of highlights. Fortunately, the latest report about a likely feature may finally change this.

Overwatch game director Kaplan announced this development, further revealing that the work is making a good progress. However, the fans may have to wait a little longer before finally saving the match highlights, given the fact that there is no release window for now as to when the much-awaited feature will arrive. In addition, the saving feature is reportedly not on Blizzard's priority list, considering that the studio is currently working on the new Overwatch content updates, including the issues about cheating players.

Meantime, a new patch has been launched to the Overwatch Public Test Region, bringing changes for Ana, Sombra and Roadhog. This means that the players can expect the tweaks to go live in the coming weeks. Overwatch is available on PS4, Xbox One and the PC.

Overwatch Game Developer Blizzard Sues Company That Creates Cheats

Overwatch game developer Blizzard is reported to sue Bossland, a cheat-creating company, for creating a hacking software that infringes on the copyrights of the studio and likely costing millions of dollars.

According to reports, Bossland is known for the Watchover Tyrant when it comes to Overwatch. The hack reportedly allows the users to see the opponents beyond the walls and also enable them to see a friend and a foe's names and health, as well as provide a radar that the hack program claims to show all.


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