top of page


Public·312 members
Isaiah Rogers
Isaiah Rogers

Sims 4 Overwatch Characters

The main way we see Overwatch characters interact involves a lot of shooting and punching, but have you ever wondered what might happen if they met up in a different context? Say, if, instead of fighting a war over Omnics, they were roomies arguing over whose turn it was to do the dishes?

Sims 4 Overwatch Characters


The Engineer definitely reminds me of Junkrat and both characters are just random spammers, which is likely why I don't like BfN engineer all that much. I pretty much agree with your list @TheSprinter85 as I was 235 or so in OW before I left that toxic cesspool for good.

Overwatch 2 launched not only with every single original hero returning, many with tweaks and updates to their kits, but also three brand new heroes to join the fun. These new heroes, as well as all the new ones yet to be released, still fall into the familiar three categories of Damage, Support, and Tank roles. Even so, the diversity in each character within their roles can be massive -- Mercy and Lucio are both Support characters but use very different skills and tactics.

Kiriko is the newest Support hero in Overwatch 2 with a very clear ninja inspiration. If her charming design wasn't enough to interest players in trying her out, then her unique set of abilities certainly will. Support heroes can be the most tricky to learn, and Kiriko is on the more technical side of things in terms of characters, so a quick guide on how she works will help you make the most of this shinobi's prowess. Here's a full Kiriko guide for Overwatch 2.

As part of Overwatch 2's Valentine's Day festivities, Blizzard has released a limited-time dating sim that gives players a shot at love with the winged-medic Mercy and everyone's favorite cyborg ninja, Genji. Though the short browser game-- cleverly-titled Loverwatch--is intended to be a brief, humorous, and explicitly non-canon experience, the dating sim is surprisingly delightful, packed with plenty of in-jokes and teases for Overwatch 2's future.

In Loverwatch, you are given the choice to pursue either Genji or Mercy as a romantic partner. Your journey begins in a comedy club, where you are tasked with delivering the right kind of joke to make your date laugh, and is followed by a romantic dinner in Morocco. Both characters then have a special third date, with its location dependent upon who you are attempting to woo. If you manage to make them fall in love with you by the end of the third date, you are then treated to a special scene offering a more intimate look at these heroes.

While the concept and allure is simple, the fan service Loverwatch provides runs much deeper than merely seeing Mercy, Genji, and the game's Cupid, Hanzo, repeatedly blush. The game features countless in-jokes, such as Genji having a reputation for needing healing and Zenyatta never getting enough content or screen time. It also contains several fourth-wall breaks, as you the player are well-aware of Overwatch's lore while the cast of Loverwatch feigns ignorance.

Additionally, while Loverwatch repeatedly refers to itself as non-canon, the game alludes to future content coming to Overwatch 2, such as a closer look at Zenyatta and Ramattra's relationship. Perhaps even more excitingly, if you question why Loverwatch only has two romance options when prompted to at the beginning of the game, you are told there is the possibility a larger dating sim coming at a later time. "We're not saying this is some kind of test version of a potentially more robust dating adventure," the text reads. "But we're not not saying that either."

As Loverwatch is part of the game's Valentine's Day content, the dating sim is only available for a limited-time. You can play the game from now until February 28. Both of the diverging stories in Loverwatch take approximately 30 minutes to complete and are available to play in English, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, German, and French.

Like any good dating sim, Loverwatch features dozens of dialogue choices that will test your Overwatch 2 knowledge and romantic sensibilities. Luckily for you, on this page of IGN's Overwatch 2 wiki guide, you can find a complete guide to how to unlock the Loverwatch good ending for Mercy and Genji, and how to unlock the special Loverwatch secret ending!

The Loverwatch Dating Sim is a web event, separate from the in-game Ultimate Valentine's Event taking place from February 14 to February 28, 2023. You can play the Loverwatch Dating Sim in your internet browser by visiting the Loverwatch website.

While there are no traditionally "bad" endings to dating Mercy in Loverwatch, only the "good" ending will give you the option to be Mercy's friend or partner. Make enough bad selections, and you lose the opportunity to choose whether you would like to earn Mercy's love or friendship.

While there are no traditionally "bad" endings to dating Genji in Loverwatch, only the "good" ending will give you the option to be Genji's friend or partner. Make enough bad selections, and you lose the opportunity to choose whether you would like to earn Genji's love or friendship.

There are some in-game rewards you can redeem by unlocking the good endings for Mercy and Genji and unlocking the secret ending. These matching Player Icons, Titles, and Highlight Intros must be claimed in the Loverwatch official website before you can use them in Overwatch 2.

Over the last seven years, fans have fallen in love with Overwatch's diverse cast of characters, from iconic classics like Tracer and Winston to more recent additions like Junker Queen and Kiriko. And now, after all these years, fans can finally express that love in video game format once Overwatch 2 releases its dating simulator online game in just a few days' time.

Coinciding with Overwatch 2's third Season, Loverwatch will be an online browser game that lets players choose from two iconic Overwatch characters and attempt to romance them. It's a fairly wild departure from Overwatch's usual gameplay and lore, but it's certainly a welcome one, with fans being happy that Blizzard's willing to experiment outside its usual comfort zone.

Loverwatch is an online dating simulator that will be playable simply through a browser. Fans will be able to play Loverwatch from February 13 to February 28, and the general gameplay will see players either try and pursue Mercy or Genji, with Hanzo taking on the role of Cupid, guiding the player on their journey. Blizzard has confirmed that Loverwatch will be a fairly short experience, lasting around just 30 minutes, though if fans play through both paths and achieve the secret ending they'll unlock an exclusive Highlight Intro for Overwatch 2.

In the announcement for Loverwatch, Blizzard made it expressly clear that this game is not canon, and anything players see or do in the game won't have consequences in Overwatch 2's in-game universe and story. That should be expected from a fun little side project like this, but it's still important to highlight. Even if it's not canon, Loverwatch marks a fun departure from Blizzard's usual contributions to the Overwatch franchise, and fans are responding pretty well to the announcement, with some even wishing that the experience was even more fleshed out with more romantic options.

This Loverwatch online game ties in directly with the Overwatch 2 Season 3 update. Coming to the game on February 7, Overwatch 2's third Season adds a whole slew of new content to the game, from new maps to new skins. But one of the big highlights this time around is all of Overwatch 2's new Valentine's Day content. Along with Loverwatch, players will have access to a new 4v4 limited-time game mode that sees teams of Hanzos face off against one another. Hanzo is also receiving a unique Cupid-themed Legendary skin, and a whole host of support challenges will be available, allowing players to complete the Battle Pass at a faster rate. Unfortunately, this content won't be available right away, with players having to wait until the big day itself, February 14, before they can hop into the new game mode and complete its respective challenges.

To celebrate the most romantic day of the year, Blizzard has released an Overwatch 2-themed dating sim called Loverwatch (opens in new tab). The browser game is free to play and features some of the Overwatch characters we know and love from the main game. As the website says, this game is 100% official but not canon, meaning whatever happens in Loverwatch, stays in Loverwatch and won't transfer over to the FPS.

Just like regular dating sims, Loverwatch sees players choosing a bunch of text-based dialogue options which get a conversation flowing and sparks flying with either Mercy or Genji from Overwatch 2. The game is only short and is only running for a limited time, but it's still managed to accumulate a number of fans who have praised it for its endearing dialogue and cute storylines.

There's also a number of other in-jokes buried in the conversations you'll have with our two main heroes. As shared in the same subreddit, Loverwatch makes a joke about Genji's "I need healing" voice line by giving players the option to directly ask the Damage hero if he needs healing. As for Mercy, players have spotted that at one point in the game (opens in new tab), she makes a point about how "mobility and overpowered are not the same thing" - making reference to enduring complaints about the strength and slipperiness about the series.

Others have praised how Loverwatch feels like it was made by a team of "real people (opens in new tab)" and not "some corporate entity" that doesn't pay much attention to the game it's based on and the characters within it. Needless to say, a lot of Overwatch 2 fans are loving the Valentine's Day spin-off game.

Uh oh, it looks like a gameplay video for one of the new Overwatch 2 characters has been leaked ahead of schedule. First reported by VGC earlier today, it looks as though the trailer was accidentally released on the official Taiwanse youtube channel before the planned release date. 041b061a72


Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...


  • Seema Ramage
  • Rupesh Singh
    Rupesh Singh
  • Ishita Pataliya
    Ishita Pataliya
  • personl niara
    personl niara
  • Irish Irish
    Irish Irish
Group Page: Groups_SingleGroup
bottom of page