Overwatch 2 New Support Hero Lifeweaver Revealed

Overwatch 2 will be receiving a new support hero very soon along with Season 4. Here's everything we know so far about Lifeweaver, the floral healer soon to be added into the game, with plenty more information on the way imminently.

Overwatch 2 New Support Hero Lifeweaver Revealed

Overwatch 2 will be expanding its roster with a new support hero soon. As announced on the official Overwatch Twitter, in Season 4, Lifeweaver will be available to play, shaking up the meta once again. With a design centred around pink floral themes, and what appears to be ‘hardlight’ technology, this support no doubt already seems grounded in the lore of the game’s universe.

Lifeweaver, as his callsign appears to be, is a support with a white and pink colour scheme. Floral imagery is also visible throughout his design, which could be the cherry blossom, as the Twitter post implies. The hero’s right arm appears to be a golden glove, emitting ‘hardlight’, a term that refers to the material used by Vishkar members (such as Symmetra) to create solid objects. This means that he could potentially be linked to Symmetra in the lore.

We’ll have to wait a little longer to find out more, however. Further information will come out tomorrow (Tuesday, April 4th). This could either be a full reveal trailer, or something considerably smaller, such as a brief description of his abilities. We’ll just have to wait and see what Overwatch 2‘s new support has in store for us.

Have you downloaded Overwatch 2 yet? If not, download it for free now, available on all major platforms. Also, head on over to the Season 4 Trailer below to get notified when the video launches on April 6th.

Lifeweaver Awaits | Overwatch 2 Season 4 Trailer

SOURCE: Official Overwatch Twitter

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