Overwatch's new hero Orisa goes live on consoles and PC next week

Overwatch's new hero Orisa goes live on consoles and PC next week

Overwatch's new hero Orisa goes live on consoles and PC next week

Unlike Bastion - one of the game's more popular robot heroes that fills a defensive role, Orisa a tank class robot character that can absorb large amounts of damage and has her gameplay designed around protection.

Overwatch's 24th hero Orisa will be released on March 21, 2017.

Blizzard has today served up some details and a launch date for Orisa, the 24th hero coming to Overwatch next week. Orisa is debuting in a very early state of her character, and it is no surprised that Blizzard is very excited to see how she will make her mark on the game as she makes that transition from the PTR.

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It's been a while since I've played Overwatch, but from what I'm hearing a character like Orisa is long overdue. As explained in the video, she was created to be a team anchor like Reinhardt, and once again I really love the thought and care that went into crafting this character.

Check out the Overwatch Orisa video below. Along with her Fusion Driver, that fires like a gatling gun, Orisa is capable of projecting a barrier in front of her.

Her Fortify ability boosts her personal defense, reducing damage taken and making her unstoppable for a short time.

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Halt: Orisa launches a graviton charge which she can detonate, slowing nearby enemies and pulling them towards the explosion.

"Orisa throws out a stationary barrier that can protect her and her allies from enemy fire".

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