Plus, Kyōgisha Hanzo Skin up for grabs in brand-new occasion.
Overwatch’s new free-for-all deathmatch map Kanezaka, whose action unfurls on the streets of Tokyo beneath the mist-shrouded heft of Shimada Castle, is now live.Kanezaka blends typically styled alleys with Tokyo’s more modern city sprawl, all brought to life through some splendidly rich ecological detail, ranging from available eateries and arcades to a pottery workshop, and even a particularly cosy looking cat café.Back in December’s Kanezaka-focussed designer
upgrade, Blizzard’s Jeff Kaplan explained the map is loadedwith easter eggs, some teasing future Overwatch tradition and others merely enjoyable things connecting to the advancement group. Kaplan kept in mind, for circumstances, the previously mentioned cat café includes pictures of cats belonging to employee. Overwatch-Kanezaka trailer.To mark Kanezaka’s arrival, Blizzard has actually released a special limited-time”micro-event”ranging from today, 12th January, to 25th January. Known just as Kanezaka Challenge, it provides gamers a chance
to win the Kyōgisha Hanzo Skin, 7 unique sprays, and a new gamer icon. Overwatch Kanezaka Challenge trailer.The bulk of benefits can be made just by winning video games in Overwatch’s Quick Play, Competitive Play, and Arcade modes- three wins protects the Pagoda icon, 6 webs the Yōkai spray
are earned by viewing Twitch banners play Overwatch throughout the event, as detailed on the main website.