In a rare move, Riot Games’ Overwatch cast is finally coming to Xbox One and PC.
The cast for the first time, along with the rest of the Overwatch roster, will be released on August 15th for both Xbox One, PS4, and PC, with the Xbox One version coming in 2019.
The Xbox 360 and PS3 versions will follow in 2020.
In an interview with Eurogamer, producer Joe Staten said that the Overwatch cast would feature a mix of returning cast members and new players, but they would also be “much smaller in scale.”
This means that if you are new to the game, you will need to work through the basics, while those who have played the game a lot will be able to jump right in.
You will be paired with your friend to take on a team, but you will be allowed to go off the map.
There will be a few rules for each match, including when and where to go and what to do.
Staten said the cast was inspired by Blizzard’s Warcraft games, with an emphasis on story.
The Overwatch cast will feature a “great mix” of returning characters and new characters, he said.
For example, the cast includes characters who’ve been in the game for years, like Mei, Winston, and D.
Staten described the characters as “an amalgamation of what they’ve done over the years, and a lot of what we’ve seen from them.”
While the cast is based on the Warcraft lore, the Overwatch team was inspired to create a cast of characters that could be “really fun to play as,” he added.
The Overwatch cast, like the Warcraft ones, are comprised of characters who have been in Overwatch for years.
They’re still going to be very much the same, but the way they behave is going to change and the way the game is structured is going for a different direction.
We’re going to go in a different place.
The Warcraft guys are going to get a lot more attention and the lore will be the foundation for the character’s actions.
But I think what we’re going for is more of a different way of approaching it.
There are more interesting players in Overwatch now than there were in the original game.
I’m going to see how much we can get away with,” Staten said.
I think you’re going get some new characters.
You might see a couple of things that we haven’t had before.
We’ve got some really interesting players, and it’s going to have some cool stories.
I’ve been working on this a long time, but I think we’re gonna make some really cool new players.
But we’re also going to keep the core of what makes the original Overwatch work.
We’re not going to take anything away from the Warcraft series.
We want to take it in a new direction.
We love that story and we love the characters, but we’re not trying to rewrite the game.
It’s a game that you can play for a long period of time.
I think we can make some new cool people and new stories and I think there are going be some really great new players in the Overwatch world.
Staten has said previously that the cast will have a “pretty diverse” cast, and that there will be more female characters.
The casting for the Overwatch series is still in development, but in a recent interview with IGN, Blizzard’s lead voice actor, Ryan “Him” Dworkin, said that there were no “bad actors” on the cast.
He also confirmed that the game will feature an esports component, similar to League of Legends.
He added that the casting for Overwatch is a big priority, and said that Overwatch’s casting is in early stages.
For the Overwatch players out there, there will still be a lot to look forward to.
The games casting is still being worked on, and there are still no plans for an Overwatch PC version.
The casting will be different from Blizzard’s other IP, however.
In fact, a cast member said that it is not about making it “just a bunch of characters.”
Instead, he was looking for more “realistic” casting.
The characters are a mix between Blizzard’s famous Blizzard cast and the characters from Blizzard games like Overwatch and World of Warcraft.
Staten says that the characters are going through a transition in terms of appearance, but that this is part of the cast’s evolution.