Blizzard Teases Feature to Save Overwatch Highlights, No Release Date Yet
Playing Overwatch and not being able to save your best plays in-game is a little frustrating. Being featured as the highlight of the match is a great feeling that would feel even better if you are able to save Overwatch highlights.
Thankfully, Blizzard is working on an update that will add a feature that would allow players to save Overwatch highlights. According to Jeff Keplin, Blizzard has made progress toward this feature, however, there is not a final release date for the update in question.
We have made progress towards this goal. It’s a feature that is currently on our roadmap. I don’t have an exact schedule but it’s something we are planning on.
On a related note, developers are also looking for Mie’s Wall Glitch:
Hi. This bug was surprisingly tricky for us to track down but we believe we have identified a fix. Our hope is to have it fixed sometime tomorrow (1/5/2017 PST) but there is always the chance that our fix could fail. We’re currently testing to verify the fix.
This bug is clearly an exploit and we consider this cheating. Do not attempt to reproduce this bug. If you see someone abusing this mechanic, please report them.
We will be taking action against those who abused this exploit. Overwatch is a PvP experience so that means exploiting game mechanics like this comes at a cost to those you are competing against. We take aggressive action against people who abuse game mechanics, hack or cheat. This case is no different.
Apologies that this bug lingered for as long as it did. Hopefully, this should go away soon (along with those who abused it).
Overwatch is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.