A new Overwatch workshop mode brings players a timed obstacle course for Lucio to wallride around to his heart’s content made out of several levels from the game.
The ability to skate up and around the walls of Overwatch’s maps is Lucio’s bread and butter since it allows him to move quickly around the map and help out teammates in need.
Every player has encountered those Lucios who seem to be more focused on cruising around the walls than actually supporting the team, but a new Workshop mode from Puffis_Senpai could give them a more constructive wallriding outlet.
The mode channels the same energy as the broom flying class level from the 2001 Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone PlayStation game (yes, the one with the hilarious looking Hagrid).
In it, Lucio is tasked with wallriding through all of the glowing rings as fast as he can on one of Overwatch’s maps, like Havana.
It works as basically a time trial mode when you’re by yourself, but players can always screenshot their best times to compete against one another as well.
Be warned however, Puffis_Senpai’s mode is nowhere near as easy to complete as they make it seem in the video, and it could make you question how good you really are with Overwatch’s resident DJ.
As we mentioned before, getting better at Lucio's wallride can improve your performance with the hero in a few different ways.
First, it allows you to get back from spawn to the point or payload to help and speed boost your team quicker than most other heroes can.
Once you get the hang of how it works, it can also make you harder to hit and eliminate, which means you can put out more heals or speed to your team.
We're not saying this mode is the end-all, be-all way to master his wallride, but it's a good tool to sharpen your skills with.
For players interested in Puffis_Senpai's Ring Race Lucio mode, the Workshop code is: 779JS.
Of course the big Overwatch news of the day is a brand new hero: Echo, who could have some unique movement abilities of her own.
We'll find out more about Echo on Thursday, March 19 when Twitch personality TimTheTatman streams from Blizzard HQ with Overwatch director Jeff Kaplan and tries the new hero out.