Moira is Overwatch's new healer, theme park map coming next year

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A new Support class character, Moira will be coming soon to Overwatch, alongside the new Blizzard World hybrid map, which sees you defending the payload across Azeroth, Tristram, the Koprulu Sector, "and beyond!" In fact, they thought the ideas she had come up with were unethical and packed full of danger. It's not entirely clear how her abilities work, but it seems that she will function kind of like Zenyatta in that players will need to swap between damage and healing. Most significant is the newest member of the game's playable roster of characters, as the hero Moira was announced. Her ultimate appears to be a big beam that heals teammates and damages enemies.

Bionic Grasp: Using her left hand, Moira expends biotic energy to heal allies in front of her.

Fade - Moira quickly teleports a short distance. Eventually however, her legion with them was unveiled, but high-ranking Overwatch officials lied and said they had no knowledge of her ever being a part of their organisation. Moira is a support hero, offering both damaging and offensive options with her abilities, transitioning between two attack types: a yellow, healing attack, and a purple, damaging attack. It looks like a mash-up of Reaper's Teleport ability and Tracer's Blink, so it could prove extremely useful in unsafe situations.

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Coalescence- Moira channels a long-range beam that both heals allies and bypasses barriers to damage her enemies.

What do you think about the upcoming Overwatch additions?

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