Overwatch Heroes Without Hats Look Pretty Disturbing

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Yikes! Owlero

There are so many reasons to love Overwatch. For starters, it is a game that offers unique characters and eye-catching locations. Add to this the movie-worthy lore, with secrets for upcoming characters and locations cleverly hidden everywhere. Surprisingly, though, it also has its own horrors to share.

A Reddit user by the name of Owlero wanted to find out what really lies underneath the surface of some of the game’s skins. Believe it or not, the results can really haunt you at night. You have been warned!

Owlero basically used the Overwatch replay feature to take a peek at what some characters look like underneath their hats. He gave it a try with Moira, Reaper, Symmetra, Zarya, and Torbjorn.

Symmetra’s Oasis skin appears to have a mask that covers her naked eyes. But if you take a closer look, it also seems to take them away. Calling it creepy is an understatement. And if you think the horrors end there, then you should try Reaper. He is the type that needs a quick trip to a hair stylist or something. His Blackwatch skin’s beanie is at fault here!

Now let’s go to Torbjorn. With his Blackbeard skin’s eye patch, he cannot deny the fact that he just seems lazy. But hey, this doesn't surpass Moira and Zarya. Moira’s Blackwatch skin and Zarya’s Siberian Front have two things in common: They have hats, and if you look at them underneath, the heroes tend to go bald.

Of course, Owlero was just having fun. And you should, too! So, do not take any of this seriously, alright?

Anyway, in related Overwatch news, we have reported previously that Blizzard will soon introduce a couple of hero balances. Most of these are aimed at Symmetra and Zarya. Although the release date remains unclear, the studio did confirm that the update is meant to bring more balance in order to make things consistent with the new 2-2-2 system.

It is good to know that Blizzard values player feedback from time to time. This upcoming update, in particular, is one of the reasons why Overwatch continues to be loved despite the rise of other titles in the same genre.

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