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Overwatch Legendary Skin Planned for McCree
NEWS // Overwatch // By James "Obscurica" Chen // 1mo ago
Overwatch's poor gunslinger's been feeling a little neglected lately. The Year of the Rooster event brought a whole swathe of legendary skins into the game -- Roadhog, Winston, Zenyatta and Reinhardt's Road Trip to the West, D. Va's Palanquin mech, and Mei gets TWO. In fact, every Seasonal Event thus far's brought a little joy and some fancy new duds to the cast (Mei gets three legendaries, in fact, if we include Winter Wonderland -- the lady must have a walk-in closet bigger than some apartments).
But one particular cast member's been missing out. While Yeti Winstons and Hot Witch Mercies are flying around, or Striker Lucio and Weightlifter Zarya flings bodies about, poor Jesse McCree's been hanging out in yesteryear's Mystery Man and Gambler, getting his Sunday's finest a bit threadbare.
It's high time he got something more, and Blizzard's planning to do so.
"I think you'll be pleased with some of the upcoming content this year," said Jeff Kaplan, in response to Battle.net's Scareth's observation that the gunslinger is looking a bit unfashionable as of late -- and not in a game balance sense.
Which raises the obvious question.
What kind of costume can you get away with for McCree in the first place?
Laser Blaster McCree? Mafia McCree? Street Gangster McCree, holding his pistol sideways? Or the fan-demanded Three Amigos approach? Let us know what Overwatch's neglected sonovagun should dress up as next in the comments below.
James Chen spent most of the last half-decade writing about League of Legends out of Taiwan. Now he writes about it out of Texas. He still hasn't shut up about the lack of English LMS broadcasting. Riot pls.