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Watchpoint Radio #27: The Meta is not Gospel

Troll of the year award goes to Blizzard, as they have successfully trolled millions of their fans by NOT releasing any information on Sombra once amomentincrime.com was complete. Lots of hurt feelings and a sea of salt if you visit the Overwatch forums right now. If you not too crushed by that news, join us as we discuss the latest data on the pro-competitive meta from the OW Open. We dig in a bit and talk about how this data may affect you in Competitive Mode. We also get into why you shouldn’t necessarily be clinging to the pro-meta in Competitive Mode.

Sure, if you’re playing with the same team of six every time you hop in to comp, it may work out. However, odds are you’re not. Please remember the pro-meta only works if EVERYONE is in on it. Trying to force players into it with stubborn picks isn’t the best way to handle the situation. Your best tool in competitive mode Overwatch is communication, and using that communication to be able to adapt not only to the people you’re playing against, but also the people you’re playing with. We also discuss why it’s a good idea to be proficient in many characters, versus putting all of your chips in one.

We also get back to audience comments and questions, and continue our discussion on how to make Zenyatta’s alt-fire more useful. That and more on this episode of Watchpoint Radio.

Hosts

Jarret is Executive Director as well as one of the founding members of Mash Those Buttons. He plays all types of games, but tends to lean more toward FPS, Stealth, and Racing Games. Currently too involved in Overwatch.

Mikey has been living in a country town all his life, and can not wait to break free of the small town enviroment. He is currently working on his Bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems, and works part time for the University. Mikey has been growing up with games in his life since the time he was able to hold a controller. Mikey's favorite thing about video games are the stories that are told through them. To him there is nothing like a tightly woven story where he can escape his re

Jason has been a gamer since the days of the Atari, starting off with games like Pong, and leading all the way up to games like Final Fantasy on the PS2. He then discovered the battlefield series in 2004 on the PC and it was done. An avid gamer, lover of music and all things PC, Jason strives to show users that PC gaming is not dead, so lock an load!

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