Artist completes Lúcioball jerseys for all 20 Overwatch League teams - Dexerto
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Artist completes Lúcioball jerseys for all 20 Overwatch League teams

Published: 13/Feb/2019 20:21 Updated: 8/Jan/2021 14:34

by Bill Cooney

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Overwatch League fan and artist ‘Tagni’ has finished his awesome designs for Lucioball-style jerseys for all 20 of the League’s teams.

Tagni began making the designs during the Overwatch League’s offseason, and told Dexerto he wanted to create jerseys for all 20 teams before the start of the season on February 14.

It looks like Tagni make good on his promise, and has finished up shirts for the Paris Eternal, Guangzhou Charge, and the Dallas Fuel.

TagniTagni’s Paris Eternal Overwatch League jersey concept.
https://twitter.com/_tagni

France, besides being one of the most football-crazed places on the planet, is also home to the Paris Eternal, to whom Tagni gave a classic kit.

The home shirt is the same dark blue as the team’s Overwatch League jerseys, and the alternate style brings together the team’s dark red and blue.

The Charge have one of the most distinct jerseys out of all the designs, with lighting bolts cutting across the shirt.

TagniTagni’s Guangzhou Charge Overwatch League jersey concept.
https://twitter.com/_tagni

Finally, the Dallas Fuel’s jerseys feature stylized blue flames similar to the team’s official logo.

The shirts come in blue, white and grey, just like the Fuel’s on-stage jerseys for the Overwatch League.

TagniTagni’s Dallas Fuel Overwatch League jersey concept.
https://twitter.com/_tagni

Even though the jerseys are only designs, they would definitely be a hit with fans if they ever get created for real.

It’s pretty impressive that Tagni was able to complete his goal of designs for all 20 teams before the Overwatch League starts on February 14.

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New Overwatch Ashe skin teased in “Deadlock Rebels” book

Published: 25/Feb/2021 20:47

by Michael Gwilliam

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An upcoming Overwatch book seems to be hinting at a possible new Ashe skin coming to the game, possibly for the Anniversary or Archives events.

Overwatch fans spotted a new cover for the book online and noticed how Ashe has a completely different look than the one most players are familiar with.

In this, she still sports her white hair, but wears a red jacket and dark black pants while standing back-to-back with McCree, who seems to be drawn in his “Deadlock” skin look from the Archives event.

According to the book’s synopsis on Amazon, Deadlock Rebels takes place when Ashe is still in high school and is arrested before her graduation. As such, her parents cut her off from the family fortune.

Ashe escorts the payload
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Ashe has quickly become one of the most popular Overwatch heroes.

From there, she teams up with her butler B.O.B and McCree to steal back what the book claims is “rightfully hers.”

Furthermore, the synopsis states that the novel will explore the founding of the Deadlock Gang – one of Overwatch’s more underdeveloped factions.

The poster has fans hopeful that they’ll be able to get their hands on this new look Ashe in the form of a future skin.

“Yoooo, Young Ashe looks great. I hope we will get that as a skin since we already got the McCree one?” one asked on Twitter.

“I smell a new Ashe skin coming!” another remarked.

The book is set to release on June 1, 2021, so it doesn’t quite line-up with the new Archives event, which begins in either April or March.

McCree Deadlock skin
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The skin seems connected to Deadlock McCree.

However, the Anniversary event may be very likely, as every time that event has happened it’s run from May to June – which suggests the next event will overlap with the book’s release.

Although nothing is confirmed just yet, and this new look for Ashe could be exclusive to the novel itself, hopefully, Blizzard does end up releasing a skin based on this younger Ashe in the future.