'Overwatch' Bug with D.Va Reported, Blizzard Stays Mum; New Character Possibly Coming

27 February 2017, 8:35 am EST By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano Mobile & Apps
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"Overwatch" may already be up and running, but there are definitely still some concerns that need to be addressed. Another bug spotted recently gives players quite the odd-and bothersome-experience in-game.

According to a Reddit user, a plaguing scenario in "Overwatch" causes character D.Va to shrink half of its body under the ground, but the opposition can see the character normally. This occurs whenever a mech is killed or upon using the ultimate, and after doing so a few times, the game crashes. It was said that it was tried on both game modes.

Sadly, this is not the first time that bugs or glitches befell the "Overwatch" game system. In the past, as reported by Gaming Bolt, characters like Symmetra and Genji were affected in the past-healing and move properties were among some. For the mentioned bug, it looks at the controversially difficult character to live with, D.Va, who some players admit to be on the receiving end of many nerfs.

Despite all the potentially destructive elements to wreck "Overwatch," Blizzard Entertainment has not said anything about the matter. As of this writing, no announcements of bug fixes or patches were revealed, which means that players might have to stay put for the time being and deal with the bug-or presumably avoid using D.Va for now.

Meanwhile, other "Overwatch" news points to the possibility of a new character, as hinted by a Twitter post. What seemed to be "breaking news" looks at OR15 defense units wrecked in a confrontation of a yet-to-be-identified assailant. That being said, eyes are locked at the 11-year-old inventor they recently introduced, Efi Oladele, who said that she wants to make lives better and create something like the OR15 models shown in social media. Fans will have to wait for word on what Blizzard will say about this possible new character.

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