Blizzard is fixing Ashe’s ‘unusable’ Halloween skin

Overwatch hero Ashe’s Halloween skin seems to be excellent. She’s acquired fashionable thigh-high boots. Pointy horns and a sharp hat. A fire-infused B.O.B. But there is one factor that’s unsuitable about her skin, one thing that’s not noticeable till you place it on in Overwatch and begin enjoying — her gun’s new sight makes it close to unattainable to intention.

Players on Reddit described the sight as “super thick, bright, and opaque,” and yep, it checks out. Typically, Ashe’s sight is yellow, however with a skinny line and a big space to see by. The new scope narrows that space drastically. See for your self:

“I really like the new skin but can’t see shit when aiming down the sights with it,” Reddit person chuck1337norris mentioned. Some gamers referred to as is “unusable,” whereas others famous it simply made it more durable to intention.

Overwatch recreation director Jeff Kaplan discovered the submit and mentioned the crew will “check it out and make some adjustments.” Later, Kaplan gave an replace to indicate gamers Ashe’s revised sight, which has the same cat-eye form, however with a bigger aiming space and a subdued shade.

Kaplan mentioned Blizzard is nonetheless engaged on a timeline for the patch.

Overwatch’s 2019 Halloween Terror occasion launched on Oct. 15 — the identical day as Overwatch’s arrival on Nintendo Switch.

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