Her ultimate deals heavy damage to enemies while simultaneously healing allies in its path. Moira is coming to PTR before releasing on consoles and PC for everyone at a later date.
Blizzard has unveiled new content on the way to its popular hero-based first-person shooter (FPS) Overwatch, as a part of its annual BlizzCon conference. And her power is all in her hands: Her left hand heals allies, while the right hand does long-range damage.
Fortunately, she found a new home in Overwatch's covert ops division Blackwatch, who came to her with an offer she couldn't refuse. Moira will be the game's latest support healer.
Fade is a fairly simple ability that sees Moira teleport a short distance. Following a sort of shadowy archetype, including the ability to cast healing beams, teleports, and other bionic skills, Moira is a bit of a hybrid support character. Once she's charged Coalescence, Moira can save multiple allies from elimination at once or finish off weakened enemies.More news: Travis Benjamin's Punt Return Results In Embarrassing Safety
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For anyone interested in her background, her full name is Moira O'Deorain, Age: 4 and her occupation is as a Geneticist. She is a genius and controversial geneticist that is now aligned with Talon; also, a formerly affiliated with Blackwatch.
"It seemed like a promising step toward overcoming diseases and disorders and maximizing human potential". But once free from Overwatch's rule and the world's law, she was able to speed up her research and make what she calls great scientific bounds.
"Her employment was a closely kept secret, until it was uncovered during inquiries following the Venice incident".
"But now that she has been freed from all constraints, it is only a matter of time before everything changes".