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“Apologies for this bug. We've attempted to fix it numerous times and have had unrelated issues preventing the fix. We hope to have a fix this week,” Game Director Jeff Kaplan wrote in the Battle.net forums. “In the meantime, we are in discussions with our Customer Support group to start taking action against those deliberately using the bug to play heroes other than Lucio. Please do not exploit this bug. Fair warning.”

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In the clip the Reinhardt player courageously takes one for his squad by bullishly charging head-on a self-destructing D.Va mech, and then shoving the bastard away from his allies. Basically, this clip from Iron Giant comes to mind when considering the context of the whole gaming moment:


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You died? Ah, that's sh*tty man. Best of luck making a mad dash back to defend the first point on Anubis without her.

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Overwatch's latest comic "Reflections" went live today on the game's website. The comic is focused on the shifty pixie-like character, Tracer, and tells a pleasantly heartwarming holiday tale centered on several members from the game's cast.

But most exciting with regards to this comic is the official unveiling of Tracer's sexual orientation. See some shots of the comics below:


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Tracer as depicted in the picture above, is seen kissing another woman who she appears to be living with. Emily is not part of the Overwatch team, and it is confirmed later on in the comic that she's dating Tracer when they attend Winston's holiday party together.