Last week’s Overwatch short starred fan favorite character D.Va and revealed a little bit about her personality. It also gave Overwatch fans a new character to swoon over: her squadmate, D.Mon.
We experienced a new Overwatch short this week where we saw some heroic D.Va action, and our ‘Shop Contest is in response to that. I want you to show me where the magic happens.
After two years of waiting, Overwatch hero D.Va finally has her own animated short. While some people wish it gave a little more insight into her backstory, everyone can agree that D.Va is a selfless, precious angel who has never done anything wrong.
The Overwatch summer event is starting on August 9th, and Blizzard has slowly been revealing new skins in the lead-up. D.va’s new beach-y look has captured fans’ hearts.
Ever since Brigitte was introduced as a new hero for Overwatch, some fans have been excitedly shipping her with D.va, in a pairing called Mekamechanic. We don’t know a lot about Brigitte, but that’s part of what makes this pairing work: Fans can just make it up as they go along.
Blizzard is dropping a ton of new skins and a new map for Overwatch today, but D.va’s new cat-themed skin has already captured the internet’s heart.
Overwatch’s D.Va gets her own set of gaming gear. Razer’s decked out its Abyssus Elite gaming mouse and Goliathus mouse mat in pink, blue and black, and created a new MEKA gaming headset to bring it all together. The mouse and pad are available now, with the headset coming later this year.
A new skin for D.va in Heroes of the Storm was revealed over the weekend, and it’s themed around World of Warcraft’s Deathwing the Destroyer. Fans cannot stop drawing it.
It’s no secret that Overwatch players are precious about the game’s balance changes. On the internet, fans act as armchair game devs, flooding the Overwatch forums with strongly-worded opinions whenever there’s an unpopular or surprising change. Most recently, the forums overflowed with salt after the popular tank…
Blizzard announced that due to an Overwatch bug, D.Va has been removed from the game for the time being.
According to Overwatch lore, D.va is a pro gamer who serves and inspires her country. In real life, D.va’s role is starting to mirror her in-game persona, as she becomes a symbol of hope for women in South Korea.
A hilarious glitch made its way into Overwatch with Tuesday’s update. Dvas are getting flung out of their mech suits and into the abyss on the 3v3 mode’s Ecopoint Antarctica map.
Unless you’re living under a rock, you probably noticed the Women’s Marches going on all over the world this weekend. The political protest is home to all sorts of people, messages, and signage, including from Blizzard’s Overwatch.
Team D.Va, activate! Welcome to the most annoying Overwatch team I’ve ever been a part of.
According to Overwatch’s story, Hana Song used to be a professional StarCraft 2 player. That’s DVA’s entire schtick, really: she’s a big gamer. Fans have run with that premise, and taken it to its logical (and somehow adorable) conclusion.
I’m not playing much Overwatch, but I am fascinated by the characters and setting enough to drop cash on some toys, especially if they’re as cool as LEGO builder Taylor’s version of D.Va.
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I told you guys that D. Va was a total badass. But did I tell you that she’s so much of a badass that she can get Overwatch’s coveted “Play of the Game” just by walking?
Shortly after Blizzcon 2015 ended, Blizzard added three playable characters to its excellent new shooter Overwatch. Most of the hype is centered around the pro gamer-turned-mech pilot “D. Va,” which makes sense, since she fights with a gigantic friggin’ mech that’s bright pink. Awesome.