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First Overwatch Digital Comic Showcases McCree

by - 2 years ago

The slow burn of online hype for Overwatch continues. This time, however, instead of an animated short like Recall or Alive, we get a solo piece as an online comic, shedding some light on the antics of the outlaw Jesse McCree.

Read the comic over at http://comic.playoverwatch.com/en-us, and also check out Blizzard’s press release on the matter.

Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment

“Justice ain’t gonna dispense itself.

It’s high noon as McCree takes center stage in “Train Hopper,” the first in a series of free digital comic shorts that further illuminate the characters and world of Overwatch. “Train Hopper” follows a day in the life of gunslinging outlaw Jesse McCree, the former Blackwatch operative who metes out his own brand of vigilante justice.

In “Train Hopper,” McCree hitches a ride on a hypertrain to Houston in the hopes of skipping town and laying low for a while. But soon after the engine starts, he realizes his trip is going to be anything but “low profile.”

Written by Blizzard’s own Robert Brooks and illustrated by Bengal, “McCree: Train Hopper” is now available to read in full at comic.playoverwatch.com. We hope you enjoy it, and stay tuned for more Overwatch digital comics coming soon!

What is Overwatch?
One of the most highly anticipated games of the year, Overwatch is a highly stylized team-based shooter set on a near-future earth. Every match is an intense multiplayer showdown pitting a diverse cast of heroes, mercenaries, scientists, adventurers, and oddities against each other in an epic, globe-spanning conflict. Overwatch will be available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on May 24. To learn more about the world of Overwatch, visit www.playoverwatch.com.”


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