Blizzard Entertainment Introduce a new Overwatch character Moira (BlizzCon 2017) | [BREAKING NEWS]

During this year’s BlizzCon, Blizzard Entertainment introduced a brand-new hero to the scene. Say hello to Moira. Meet who is an ambitious Talon geneticist. Moira is a new support character who utilises her powers to support her squad by healing her allies when they are in trouble she is a support character with awesome offensive capabilities. 

Moira can utilise a light and dark beam attack on her enemies which she can also combine for her ultimate attack this attack can heal allies and inflict damage on enemies. Moira also has the power of teleportation which is fitting for her she is an exciting new character hailing from Ireland, Dublin she will bring a lot to the table of Overwatch fast paced gameplay.

Moira’s biotic abilities enable her to contribute healing or damage in any crisis. While Biotic Grasp gives Moira short-range options, her Biotic Orbs contribute longer-range, hands-off damage and healing; she can also Fade to escape groups or remain close to allies in need of support. Once she’s charged Coalescence, Moira can save multiple allies from elimination at once or finish off weakened enemies.




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Meet Moira from Overwatch


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Read about Moira’s abilities


BlizzCon is currently streaming on Twitch



Date published: 03/11/17

Written by: Joseph Opoku 

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