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You know what they say: The world could always use more heroes! On The Payload, your hosts Jimmy, John, and Kevin will look at all things Overwatch: News, Esports, gameplay, and more. Join the boys every Thursday for the live stream, or download our audio episodes Fridays! In this week’s episode we bring on Patrick Beja from the Overwatchers podcast (among many other projects), we dig into the newest digital comic “Going Legit”, we revisit the Reinhardt comic which has been redone as a motion/sound comic by Madefire Studios, a beta recap about the open beta, blue posts, the theater celebration for the launch of Overwatch, the first big tournament post launch has already been announced, and our tips and advice we’d give to Also please take some time to support Jake who made our awesome music over at: jakebutineau.ca We stream ourselves recording the show live every week over at www.twitch.tv/blizzpro Thursdays

You know what they say: The world could always use more heroes! On The Payload, your hosts Jimmy, John, and Kevin will look at all things Overwatch: News, Esports, gameplay, and more. Join the boys every Thursday for the live stream, or download our audio episodes Fridays! Episode 19 has arrived and on this episode Kevin and Jimmy discuss the end of closed beta, the new Overwatch comic, PAX East promotion, and new patches! Also please take some time to support Jake who made our awesome music over at: jakebutineau.ca We stream ourselves recording the show live every week over at www.twitch.tv/blizzpro Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. Pacific. If you have questions for the show, e-mail us at thepayload@blizzpro.com, or come find us on Twitter: @PayloadPodcast, @djtyrant, @kickedtripod, and @lackofrealism. We also greatly appreciate your support via iTunes reviews! Make sure to subscribe to us in your favorite RSS or Podcast player! iTunes:

You know what they say: The world could always use more heroes! On The Payload, your hosts Jimmy, John, and Kevin will look at all things Overwatch: News, Esports, gameplay, and more. Join the boys every Thursday for the live stream, or download our audio episodes Fridays! Episode 18 is here and there is lots to talk about, the new Overwatch digital short with Widowmaker, competitive mode has arrived, and many more balance changes! Also please take some time to support Jake who made our awesome music over at: jakebutineau.ca We stream ourselves recording the show live every week over at www.twitch.tv/blizzpro Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. Pacific. If you have questions for the show, e-mail us at thepayload@blizzpro.com, or come find us on Twitter: @PayloadPodcast, @djtyrant, @kickedtripod, and @lackofrealism. We also greatly appreciate your support via iTunes reviews! Make sure to subscribe to us in your favorite RSS or Podcast player! iTunes: Subscribe

You know what they say: The world could always use more heroes! On The Payload, your hosts Jimmy, John, and Kevin will look at all things Overwatch: News, eSports, gameplay, and more. Join the boys every Thursday for the live stream, or download our audio episodes Fridays! The crew takes a look at the upcoming beta weekend and details everything about it! Discussion then headed into some community concerns with the UI of the game and some lively discussion about what changes Blizzard can make to improve the UI. We end highlighting an invitation tournament this weekend which can be seen this Saturday (Nov 21) at 12pm PST over on FishStix’s Twitch Page. Thanks to everyone who joined us in chat this week, we had a great turnout and awesome discussion! Also please take some time to support Jake who made our awesome music over at: jakebutineau.ca We stream ourselves recording the

You know what they say: The world could always use more heroes! On The Payload, your hosts Jimmy, John, and Kevin will look at all things Overwatch: News, eSports, gameplay, and more. Join the boys every Thursday for the live stream, or download our audio episodes Fridays! This week the crew returns from BlizzCon and covers all the new news from the show including the three new heroes, new map, release date, and pricing structure for the game. The crew also looks into the future of eSports of the title with console now being in the picture as well and we dive into some details on the new heroes. Also please take some time to support Jake who made our awesome music over at: jakebutineau.ca We stream ourselves recording the show live every week over at www.twitch.tv/blizzpro Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. Pacific. If you have questions for the show, e-mail us at thepayload@blizzpro.com,

 

You know what they say: The world could always use more heroes! On The Payload, your hosts Jimmy, John, and Kevin will look at all things Overwatch: News, eSports, gameplay, and more. Join the boys every Thursday for the live stream, or download our audio episodes Fridays! On this, the inaugural episode of The Payload we get introduced to our three hosts and their background in gaming and more specifically competitive gaming, we discuss the impending open beta on October 27th, new Blizzard Gear store items, and the revealing of Battle.net Voice Chat for Overwatch. We also took a look ahead to BlizzCon as it’s only two weeks away! Our hosts take a stab at what they think will (and won’t) be announced at BlizzCon, with a lot of debate over the pay model and potential release date information! Continuing on to our gameplay segment our hosts broke down what will

Blizzard announced a brand new IP for the first time in seventeen years. Overwatch is a significant departure for Blizzard Entertainment and as such if you were to sit down and play this without knowing if was a Blizzard game, you’d have a hard time really knowing it was. This is a whole new world that lacks Orcs, Terran’s, or a Reaper of Souls. The first thing that comes to mind from the trailer is Team Fortress 2, and this wouldn’t be too far off from the feeling I got from the game. But along that line, it has that Blizzard polish that they are so well known with this game having the variety and amount of classes so far looks to lend some depth and variety this genre. One thing I also noticed during the trailer and gameplay is this feels like a very family friendly game. The game doesn’t seem