This Player Is The World’s First To Earn Overwatch Golden Weapon Skin

By   /   Jul 11, 2016
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Overwatch is the new big thing in the world of competitive multiplayer games and the player base tells itself that it is a satisfying game. Overwatch Golden Weapon skin is probably the most attractive reward in the competitive mode, which no player has managed get, until now.

To get Overwatch Golden Weapon skin players have to win three hundred games in the competitive mode, which is a bit difficult for our usual gamer to achieve. However, for a professional player it is as easy as eating pie.

A Brazilian professional gamer named Soulive has become the first ever to earn the Overwatch Golden Weapon skin reward. To achieve this task Soulive spent 59 hours to complete 300 wins in the competitive mode of Overwatch, which is almost six and a half hours daily per day.

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Soulive also showed off the Overwatch Golden Weapon skin by releasing some screenshots on the internet, check them out below.

Overwatch Golden weapon skin is sort of an in-game id card showing off your elite player status, and as of now there is only one.

In related news, the next Overwatch playable character might be revealed during San Diego Comic Con 2016, if the internet is to be believed.

However, there is no indication what so ever about who this new character be? There is a possibility that Sombra, who is often been alluded in the dialogue of various characters, would finally make an appearance.

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Allegedly, Overwatch has been ripped-off by a Chinese developer, who is developing the game dubbed “Legend Of Titan” and plans to spend 2 million dollars on the project. However, the developer has outright denied the accusation that Legend Of Titan is a rip-off of Overwatch.

Overwatch is a multiplayer first person shooter game developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The game was released in May 2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.