The last Uprising Event was a PvE experience that allowed players to team-up with friends to do battle in King's Row with Tracer, Torbjorn, Reinhardt and Mercy. Or just another secret mission that lends insight into the modern state of the in-game world?
Blizzard Entertainment will launch this year's "Uprising" event on April 20 as "Overwatch" will have to work together to stop Null Sector from destroying Kingsrow.
Blizzard is preparing for its next big in-game event for the competitive online multiplayer shooter Overwatch. Today that changed, with Blizzard confirming the return of Uprising next month. The event also brought special Blackwatch skins for Genji and McCree, so expect Moria to possibly get one as well to match her comrades.
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Rumors circling about the new Uprising event include a new mission based on the end of the video where we can see case file 0382 marked completed, but a new file titled 0274 now opened.
This year's Uprising event needs to do a flawless job in explaining Blackwatch's focus and setting the ground for Talon's motives. The event itself will begin April 10th, which will take place within the map King's Row (shocker, right?).
During the glitches, the name of the file is being replaced by File 00274 - Blackwatch Archives, the date is changed from seven years ago to eight years ago, and the security clearance goes from confidential to classified. The photo ops will also, of course, come with a 360-degree panoramic stage where you can take a picture on one of Overwatch's arena maps. Blackwatch worked along Overwatch and helped carry out missions, but the information stops there.