The article talks about the Overwatch Experimental Patch Notes that was released this week. So, kindly read this article till the end to know everything about the patch notes.
Overwatch is a multiplayer game that took the world by storm by mixing the age-old MOBA USP of champion/hero system and brought it to FPS games. Players from CSGO, CoD, and many other similar FPS games are consistently moving over to Overwatch. Recently, the experimental patch notes came out. Some heroes are going to have some balance changes. Especially tanks that are currently too strong for the pace of the game. Mainly, the biggest change comes to Sigma and Wrecking Ball.
Read below on the whole patch notes of the 4 heroes. The patch will be available for a while. Therefore, it is called experimental. Players can test the new heroes. Provide valuable feedback.
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Ashe | Overwatch Experimental Patch Notes
The hero used to be too strong in mid-game. The 30% damage boost was too strong, and headshot kills ability as well. Therefore her ability is nerfed a little while recovery time increased to keep overall damage the same.
- Aim-down-sights damage reduced from 80 to 75
- Aim-down-sights recovery time reduced from 0.7 to 0.65 seconds.
Sigma | Overwatch Experimental Patch Notes
The barrier duration is higher. So the usage is more judicial.
- Redeploy cooldown increased from 1 to 2.5 seconds
A small buff to the hero to make the mechanics change.
- Shot recovery time reduced from 0.3 to 0.25 seconds.
Wrecking Ball | Overwatch Experimental Patch Notes
The total shield amount is lowered. Now, Wrecking Ball will be less tanky. Players will rely on hs mobility a lot more. This will change the mechanics of the game a lot more.
So, there you have it, guys. This is all the information that you need to know about the Overwatch Experimental Patch Notes. To get all the latest updates on Overwatch and other games similar to Overwatch, follow us on Game Stanza and Google News.
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