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Overwatch Content Creator Patch Brings Another Round of Over-the-Top Changes

Yet another insane Overwatch Content Creator patch has been released featuring adjustments by ML7, LemonKiwi, Jake and Wanted. Check out these over-the-top balance changes, including reworks and reverts to Mercy, Symmetra and more heroes.

Overwatch Content Creator Patch Brings Another Round Of Over-the-Top Changes

Another Overwatch content creator experimental patch has gone live. Players gave positive reviews on how the last content creator patch shook up the game, breathing new life into it for them. So, the developers allowed different creators to construct another experimental card. Once again, it brings many over-the-top adjustments, including reworks for Mercy and Symmetra as well as insane changes to other heroes.

Obviously, these changes will not be pushed to live servers. This experimental card is merely for fun and to see how the community reacts to certain changes. The most prominent of these changes placed Symmetra back in the support category. Many Symmetra mains have rejoiced at her return to the support roster. Though, her kit, unfortunately, seems severely underpowered in this mode.

In this Overwatch content creator patch, ML7 worked on support heroes, LemonKiwi worked on tanks while Jake and Wanted split the damage heroes. To try out these changes, head on over to the “Experimental Card” option in-game now. This card will only be available for a limited time, so enjoy it while it lasts. Don’t forget to glaze over all of the changes first, available on the game’s official website.

What do you think of this Overwatch content creator patch? Is it better than the last one? Let us know down below in the comments.


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