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Overwatch Winston

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This thread is for comments about our Winston guide for Overwatch.

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Hello I noticed a video on youtube ''Overwatch School : How To Play With WINSTON (Overwatch Beginner Guide) (Tips)'' by Oversplash. He gives a guide on how to play Winston and he copies everything from your guide. And I mean word for word, I can actually tell by the way he is talking that he is reading it straight off. 

Now I don't wanna cause any trouble, I'm just pointing it out in case. Maybe he is working with you or have asked you if he could use it.

Anyway here is the link: 

 

 

Peace

 

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11 minutes ago, Guest nomoiman said:

Hello I noticed a video on youtube ''Overwatch School : How To Play With WINSTON (Overwatch Beginner Guide) (Tips)'' by Oversplash. He gives a guide on how to play Winston and he copies everything from your guide. And I mean word for word, I can actually tell by the way he is talking that he is reading it straight off. 

Now I don't wanna cause any trouble, I'm just pointing it out in case. Maybe he is working with you or have asked you if he could use it.

Anyway here is the link: 

 

 

Peace

 

Thanks a lot! I filed a complaint on Youtube. If it's successful, I'll have his other videos taken down.

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just one point, i feel primal rage is undervalued. guide says it doesn't do much damage but you can literally stun lock any hero with it, if you use the arm sweep attack and bounce them against a wall, you can continuously juggle them there until they die, its almost impossible to escape (except maybe reaper and mei). so by rage juggling enemies you are guaranteed a kill and with many of the lower health heroes you can get at least 2-3 kills per rage if you wall juggle.

tldr; guide needs more monkey juggling

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On 2016-07-15 at 1:08 PM, demonardvark said:

just one point, i feel primal rage is undervalued. guide says it doesn't do much damage but you can literally stun lock any hero with it, if you use the arm sweep attack and bounce them against a wall, you can continuously juggle them there until they die, its almost impossible to escape (except maybe reaper and mei). so by rage juggling enemies you are guaranteed a kill and with many of the lower health heroes you can get at least 2-3 kills per rage if you wall juggle.

tldr; guide needs more monkey juggling

That's a good point. I play a lot of Winston and I do this often. Although you have to decide what is more valuable for the situation, Primal Rage only lasts for 10 seconds so you don't have time to monkey juggle squishies and at the same time keep a whole enemy team off of an objective. Sometimes it's better to just screw around and grab everyones attention instead of getting a kill you know is guaranteed.

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Hey everyone!

We are currently working on re-doing and updating all of our Overwatch guides, with a new format to boot! The guides will be targeted towards all players, with tips being useful for new players and veterans alike, regardless of skill rating.

With this new update, you will also see guides created for the three heroes we currently do not have guides for (Orisa, Ana and Sombra).

For those wondering, I will be taking over the writing of the guides and you should see the first guides and updates being released in the near future.

Thanks for your patience! 

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