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Incredibly accurate Bastion Play of the Game leaves Overwatch fans stunned

by Connor Bennett

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Overwatch fans were left hugely impressed by one player’s almost perfect ability to wreak havoc on their enemies squad while using Bastion.


Who is Bastion in Overwatch?

Bastion is one of the staple Overwatch characters have been a part of the title’s roster since it’s launch. The character can regularly be seen in games due to its popularity and just how easy it is to play as a new player.

While Play of the Game highlights can be hard to come by on a regular basis, being able to master ultimate abilities will certainly go a long way to helping - especially when you get a little help from your teammates, too.

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Bastion can benefit from it's teammates shields and health boosts to wreck opponents.

In a post to the Overwatch subreddit, user TMTRS, showcased their incredible Play of the Game closing highlights - securing kill after kill with Bastion, in such a manner that questioning if they had any exploits installed wouldn’t raise any eyebrows.

Playing on Paris, TMTRS popped around a corner after fixing themselves up and immediately jumped into the firefight. The player then set up their ability while being boosted by their teammates. 

As enemies appear on their screen, TMTRS used Bastion’s turret with almost flawless precision - bouncing from opponent to opponent and eliminating them from the fight with a whole heap of bullets.

BOB? Who's that? from r/Overwatch

The play wowed a number of other users who posted their compliments about the clip - with other leaning into memes to show their appreciation. “NOW THAT’S A LOT OF DAMAGE,” posted VoyageDust.

Another Redditor, TMT51, added: “That is so satisfying to watch. Nano boosted, matrix amplified, immortality field and pocketed by 2 main healers. The only thing missing is an Orisa shield but hey, who needs shields with that much pocket power anyways?”

Comment from discussion BOB? Who's that?.

Overwatch Play of the Game highlights are usually reserved to showing spectacular moments of individual play that can help shift the entire layout of the game - which is certainly what TMTRS achieved with Bastion.