The hell we asked for is nearly upon us. World of Warcraft Classic goes live on August 27, bringing the good old days of endless grinding and major inconvenience to Blizzard’s venerable online role-playing game. Hit up the official website to see how to opt-in to monthly stress tests, before the real stress begins.
Overwatch’s newest map, Havana, is now live. Set in Cuba, it sees you push a payload through streets, a warehouse, and colonial ruins. Prior to today, Havana was on the PTR for three weeks. It’s now in all versions of the game alongside a patch that includes new Overwatch League All-Star skins.
Overwatch is getting a “workshop” mode, which will certainly make the custom mode’s sexy role-play community happy. On the PTR, players can make text and rule scripts and add custom play conditions for game modes, like changing heroes’ movement or abilities. Cutely, Blizzard suggests trying out “floor is lava.”
Overwatch’s next map will be Havana. If you’ve played the new Storm Rising co-op mission, you’ve already gotten a taste of the upcoming Cuban map. The regular game version of it will be an assault map, meaning there’ll be a payload for you to push while your teammates run in circles or shoot the ground or whatever.…