Overwatch is now free to play for Xbox Live Gold members, so anyone who hasn't gotten to join the RPG meets first-person shooter now have the chance to try it out.
Minecraft might have celebrations of their own going on its tenth year, but that isn’t stopping Blizzard from celebrating its iconic first-person shooter’s third anniversary.
Blizzard's Overwatch game will be free this week, and anyone on any platform can download the game and have access to the majority of its features, including its 29 characters available as well as play on 19 different maps.
Now that Fortnite gamers on Playstation 4 and Xbox One can finally play together, it seems that more and more game publishers are pushing to enable cross-play in their games, including Blizzard.
For the third time this year, the popular online shooter will be free to play on Xbox One this weekend.
Xbox Live Gold subscribers will be able to play both NBA 2K18 and Overwatch: Origin Edition for free this weekend.
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Creator McMakinstein has released a video showing off Doomfist, the upcoming brawler for Overwatch, in Minecraft.
Doomfist is coming to fans as the next playable hero and you can try him out right now on the Public Test Realm.
Take a look at these handmade Xbox One controllers being offered by Blizzard Entertainment in partnership with ARTtitude.
Overwatch Game of the Year Edition is now available on Xbox One and is on sale too!
Next week, developer Blizzard Entertainment will celebrate Overwatch's first anniversary with in-game event which and three new arena maps.
Today's patch in Overwatch adds a few awesome hero changes and tidbits, but nothing so much as fighting against the famous lore-centric uprising!
After months of speculation and teasing, the dev team is ready to bring Orisa out of testing and into Overwatch.
After weeks of speculation and teasing, Blizzard finally announced the newest hero to join Overwatch: Orisa the spider tank.
Today's Overwatch patch came straight from the PTR with the Game Browser, permanent Capture the Flag, and everyone's favorite robot buff.