Bob is out this week, but the show must go on. In this episode we discuss the impact of two recent changes: how LFG has impacted community interaction, as well as how Symmetra has impacted the competitive scene.
This week the team at WPR feels vindicated. A new developer update has arrived that is bringing some heavily requested social features that we've talked about for a while: LFG and Endorsements!
Jaa is back, but we are still experiencing some technical difficulties. Despite that, we discuss updated info on Symmetra's rework, winners and losers of the current meta, and more.
Details on the Symmetra rework have come out and it looks like she will be packing some major heat. Additionally, with the end of April came the end of season 9, Retribution, and competitive elimination will be out soon too. We reflect on our experiences on this episode.
The WPR team talks about the Year in Review video, the state of balance in Overwatch, expectations for 2017, and more in our final show for 2016.
Winter Wonderland is live as well as the new Symmetra, who is bringing the pain.
Symmetra's changes, hopeful changes to competitive mode in the future, and dig into some user Feedback.
Halloween comes to Overwatch as we sneak a peak at Sombra and break down Competitive Matchmaking.
Balance update on horizon for a few heroes as the community clamors for single hero pick quick play.
Blizzard surprises us with Summer Games, community surprises them with outrage.
Ana's unleased, D.Va is dangerous, and Zenyatta will make you one with the Iris.
Reminder that there aren't any tiers, DLC rumors, nerfs and buffs, and introducing WPR Tips.