Blizzard Announces New Overwatch Support Hero Moira at BlizzCon 2017

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"Moira's biotic abilities enable her to contribute healing or damage in any crisis".

Earlier today, during the BlizzCon opening ceremony, Blizzard announced that a new hero is coming to Overwatch. Using her left hand, she can give out biotic energy and heal allies that stand in front of her.

Blizzard has revealed Overwatch's 26th hero, the talented and ambitious Talon geneticist, Moira O'Deorain. Her right hand fires a long-range beam weapon that saps enemies' health, healing Moira and replenishing her biotic energy.

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Fortunately, she found a new home in Overwatch's covert ops division Blackwatch, who came to her with an offer she couldn't refuse. Her name's Moira and I haven't played her yet but - as an unrepentant support main - I already love her. Following a sort of shadowy archetype, including the ability to cast healing beams, teleports, and other bionic skills, Moira is a bit of a hybrid support character. Finally, she has an ultimate ability: Coalescence.

"Over a decade ago, O'Deorain made waves when she published a controversial paper detailing a methodology for creating custom genetic programs that could alter DNA at a cellular level". 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.

"But now that she has been freed from all constraints, it is only a matter of time before everything changes". Reinhardt used to be full of daring-do and an obsession with glory, but like the rest of Overwatch's team, his history has colored his motives for being a part of the team and rejoining it for its latest endeavors.

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