Multiplayer first person shooter Overwatch blew up the internet last month, quickly becoming one of SFGN’s most read stories of the year, when their holiday-themed online comic “Overwatch: Reflections” featured iconic character Tracer kissing another woman, Emily. However, some users pointed out the comic is unreadable on the site’s Russian version.
Since its release on May 24, 2016, Blizzard’s latest award-winning video game “Overwatch” has galvanized a stream of LGBT elements within the fandom and the creators themselves.
Many thought the androgynous muscled pink-haired character Zarya would be Overwatch’s hinted-at LGBT character, but the truth comes as much more of a surprise to gamers.
So is she a lesbian, or not?
It’s not your typical case against PDA.
The league is nipping homophobia right in the bud.
In a new short story titled “Bastet,” Blizzard Entertainment revealed that Jack Morrison, Soldier: 76, is the second LGBT character in the popular video game Overwatch.