Paris player shows off his Genji skills during this impressive Overwatch killstreak - Dexerto
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Paris player shows off his Genji skills during this impressive Overwatch killstreak

Published: 29/Oct/2018 17:40 Updated: 29/Oct/2018 17:58

by Bill Cooney

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During the Overwatch League’s offseason, George ‘ShaDowBurn’ Gushcha has had plenty of time to show off why he’s thought of as one of the best Genji players in the world by going on tears like in this clip.

ShaDowBurn was recently signed to the new Paris Overwatch League team, and while his squad was defending the final point on Route 66 during an Overwatch match on stream, he decided to pull out the Dragonblade and get to work.

After a short stun, he takes out the enemy Zarya and McCree with what looks like one fell swoop, but if you look at the killfeed it was actually a slash and a perfectly timed dash together.

The streamer leaps over to the enemy Ana and Hanzo, who actually both survive the strike of the Dragonblade, but are cut down by ShaDowBurn shortly after.

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The enemy Lucio sees all this go down and wisely decides to back off before he becomes victim number five.

ShaDowBurn was recently named as a member of the still-unnamed Paris Overwatch League team, one of the 6 new expansion teams coming to the League for Season 2.

Previously, the Genji pro played for the Philadelphia Fusion in Season 1 of the Overwatch League, and based on this Twitch clip, it doesn’t look like he’s slowing down anytime soon.

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Incredible Overwatch custom game lets you drive a ‘Lamborghini’

Published: 22/Jan/2021 5:21 Updated: 22/Jan/2021 5:34

by Brad Norton

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An Overwatch racing game might not be all too far off now as a stylish new Workshop mode places heroes behind the wheel, allowing you to drive through any given map.

Driving a car is now possible in Overwatch thanks to the power of the Workshop. Players have modded their own custom vehicle into existence, allowing you to take it for a spin and drift through the game.

It’s not a simple trick that lets your hero move faster than usual. It’s a proper vehicle design that you can take control of and drive around. 

In fact, it’s modeled after the Lamborghini Aventador SV, giving you some style and some speed as you cruise through the world of Overwatch.

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Ever wanted to drive a Lambo? Now you can… in Overwatch.

“I’ve turned Overwatch into a Streetwatch,” GraczCourier’s Gaming revealed on January 21. While it might look a little different to what you had in mind, it functions better than perhaps any Workshop vehicle to date.

A collection of pipes and electricity effects bring the template of the car to life. Players have complete control over the direction of the Lambo, along with its speed as well.

You can drift around corners, activate nitrous, and even change the radio station while you’re in the driver’s seat. Not only that, but the custom mode appears to work across every map in the game.

This means you can boost through Hanamura, take in the sights of Blizzard World, or jet around London on King’s Row. Handling looks to be extremely precise as an accompanying video showcased just what’s possible with the Aventador in Overwatch.

While it’s a blast to drive around, there’s a unique challenge to it as well. How fast can you get through your favorite map? How long can you drift in one attempt? You and your teammates can put it all to the test.

The flashy Workshop mode is available for anyone to check out in-game now. Try it out for yourself with the following Workshop code: 4XQP4