That was quick. On Friday Blizzard revealed Moira, Overwatch’s newest healer, stay on stage at BlizzCon. And now you possibly can play her within the newest PTR replace, which went stay Monday afternoon.
Here’s an summary of Moira’s talents:
Moira’s biotic talents allow her to contribute therapeutic or injury in any disaster. While Biotic Grasp offers Moira short-range choices, her Biotic Orbs contribute longer-range, hands-off injury and therapeutic; she will additionally Fade to flee teams or stay near allies in want of help. Once she’s charged Coalescence, Moira can save a number of allies from elimination directly or end off weakened enemies.
Biotic Grasp: Using her left hand, Moira expends biotic power to heal allies in entrance of her. Her proper hand fires a long-range beam weapon that saps enemies’ well being, therapeutic Moira and replenishing her biotic power.
Biotic Orb: Moira launches a rebounding biotic sphere; she will select between a regeneration impact that heals the allies it pbades via, or a decay impact that offers injury to enemies.
Fade: Moira shortly teleports a brief distance.
Coalescence: Moira channels a long-range beam that each heals allies and bypbades limitations to break her enemies.
You can see the total patch notes for the PTR replace right here. It’s fairly gentle.
There’s only a small injury buff to Ana, and extra tinkering with Mercy, as we reported earlier this week—her casting time for Resurrect has elevated from zero seconds to 1.75 seconds, and the talent might be interrupted by stun, knockback or hacking. Mercy’s additionally slowed to 75 p.c motion velocity whereas casting Ressurect. But if Mercy makes use of Valkyrie first, that forged time is dropped again to zero and her motion velocity stays at full.