Apr 20, 2017 08:30 AM EDT
Numerous ‘Overwatch Uprising’ Bugs Fixed With New PC Patch [VIDEO]
After the release of "Overwatch Uprising" recently, numerous bugs were found by Blizzard. Now, they are rolling out a new patch to squash these bugs and make the popular video game better again.
"Overwatch Uprising" Patch Fixed Visual Bugs
Out of the many bugs that the first version of "Overwatch Uprising" bugs, the visual bugs were the most noticeable ones. One of the hilarious bugs was 76's cape clipping through his body when a player uses the push-up emote, VG247 reported.
The latest patch also fixed a visual bug that caused D.Va's hair to be rigid when she did the Selfie highlight intro with her Palanquin skin equipped. It also fixed a bug that caused the ice on Pharaoh's Frostbite skin to stretch when she did the Flair emote.
"Overwatch Uprising" Patch Fixed Other Issues
Aside from the noticeable visual bugs caused by the addition of "Overwatch Uprising," the patch also fixed other issues. One issue that was fixed caused the game client to crash when the video game was launched.
On Arcade mode, several bugs and issues were patched. It fixed a bug that prevented the Null Sector bots from spawning during the payload escort phase of the brawl mode. It also introduced a new feature that allowed the "Overwatch Uprising" 2017 player icon to unlock when players log into the event.
On Competitive Play, the patch fixed an issue that could cause inaccurate results when breaking ties based on capture percentage on maps for Assault and Assault or Escort. It also fixed a map bug that caused glass that has been shattered by an explosion to be colored black for some reason.
New "Overwatch Uprising" PvE Mode Deemed Unplayable By Fans
In other "Overwatch Uprising" related news, Blizzard introduced a new PvE mode and it has a car that has wheels, which angered some fans. A screenshot was taken from this wheeled vehicle that the fans have deemed unplayable, a fan posted on the official forums of the video game.
Some fans of the video game exclaimed that this is the reason why they do not play "Overwatch" anymore. Some are shocked with the latest inclusion, and some are even declared that they will not play the game until the issue was resolved, a Reddit member posted on its official website.
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