Here’s our full, final Overwatch Review of Blizzard’s multiplayer hero shooter. Spoilers: It’s incredible.
Overwatch Review – First Person Shooter Game Is Fun.
Initial Release Date : May 24, 2016
Genre : First Person Shooter
Mode : Multiplayer
Manufacturers : Blizzard Entertainment
Available on Platform : Playstation 4, XBox One, Microsoft Windows
Welcome Overwatch, to First Person Shooter Genre. Overwatch is fun and exits at an intersection between design and artistry.
When it was first announced i was very hesitant, that’s because it’s a Multiplayer Shooter Game from a company that can’t even seem to nail down the arena and of course How Could Blizzard Entertainment really add anything new to First Person Shooter Game that we haven’t seen already but now it’s much harder for me not to fall in love with Overwatch.
Overwatch is on another level on feel and looks and all thanks to it’s diverse range of abilities and animations. Also, this game is a great medium to those gamers who have never tried a shooter game before, it’s controls are Intuitive, Maps are easy and simple to navigate at the first glance and have plenty of sky-high escape zones for allow newbies to have a good time playing it.
However, for all the ways Overwatch succeeds as a team-based shooter, there are stills some faults to be found. The lack of story campaign makes the game loose some points but still Overwatch is a fun game and deserves high praise.
Part of the process of playing Overwatch is learning the characters and their abilities and how to counter them. Many times it’s a little confusing too, with so many heroes to choose from and only six player per team. Common that’s not fair.
Despite being set in a future version of our own world, it’s still looks and feels like a Blizzard Game and In actions, Overwatch looks exhilarating and get ready to expect few hours of the game a little overwhelming.
Overwatch Multiplayer First Person Shooter Game is out now.