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Overwatch Weekly Brawl: Mystery Heroes Now Active

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To all agents of Overwatch, This weeks brawl "Mystery Heroes: is now up. This brawl involves all players using randomly assigned heroes

To all agents of Overwatch, This weeks brawl "Mystery Heroes: is now up. This brawl involves all players using randomly assigned heroes. Don't be fooled by the title; the initial hero you pick doesn't matter. You will be instantly assigned a different one the moment the match starts. Every death there after you will respawn as a new hero selected for you. This game mode requires adaptability, quick thinking, patience, and a little luck. When the enemy team has a strong point fortification will you be blessed with a Reinhardt or will you have to push with a team full of healers only? Choose the particular game mode if you want some chaotic and fast changing matches. 

What do you think of this particular brawl? Are you a fan of it or does it make you want to throw your PC/controller at the wall? Let us know below. Happy Overwatching!!!

 

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8 minutes ago, MojoTheMurray said:

Looks fun to me, though RNG could royally screw ya.

I've had some mixed experiences with this particular brawl. The first few matches I always ended up with a decent hero and my team comp seemed fine. So, the new situations and having to rethink my strategy was fun. However, when it comes to certain scenarios it can be frustrating. The last checkpoint of payload matches require really strong offense pushes or defensive fortifications and RNG was very cruel to me at that point. Ended up on a team with 5 Mercy's and a Symmetra. Needless to say, we lost that one XD

So in a way its like gambling at a casino. When you are winning you are having a blast, when you are losing it can be devastating, and yet, something about it makes ya keep coming back :)

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