Blizzard Entertainment’s Overwatch has received a brand new patch. This patch is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. You will find that Overwatch Update 2.87 is quite a small patch, as there are only a few fixes to some heroes like Baptiste, D.Va, Echo, Junkrat, and Tracer. They also fixed a bug where a player’s position could be incorrect when queried in the Workshop.
Overwatch is a cooperative and competitive first-person action video game developed by Blizzard, creators of games such as Starcraft, Diablo or Warcraft, which for the first time address a first-person shooter profile game. The title is set in a distant and fantasy future, where dozens of heroes are the only ones able to safeguard peace on Earth from the threat of hostile robots. Below you will find the complete list of all Overwatch Update 2.87 patch notes.
- Baptiste: Fixed a bug that caused Baptiste’s Immortality Field disc to look very large in his Highlight Intros.
- D.Va: Fixed a bug where D.Va’s Mech could spawn in facing the wrong direction in the spawn room, and D.Va could eject facing the wrong way during Self Destruct or Mech destruction.
- Echo: Fixed a bug that caused Echo to not respect the Toggle Booster option when she clones D.Va.
- Echo: (CTF Game Modes) Fixed a bug that caused Echo to drop the flag when Duplicate ends.
- Echo: Fixed a bug, thanks to this Overwatch patch, with Echo’s Duplicate where she would sometimes not play voice lines while duplicating D.Va.
- Echo: Fixed a bug with Echo’s Duplicate where she would use Winston’s voice instead of her own after completing Primal Rage.
- Junkrat: Fixed a bug that caused Junkrat’s weapon accuracy statistic to always display 100%.
- Tracer: Fixed a bug where Tracer could blink to an unintended location on Hollywood, near point A.
- Workshop: Fixed a bug where a player’s position could be incorrect when queried in Workshop.
I remind you that Blizzard Entertainment’s Overwatch released on May 24, 2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC; and on October 15, 2019 for Nintendo Switch.