Walk in harmony. Dive into deep-sea digs by picking up Subaquatic Zenyatta (Epic) during the second week of the Ar… https://t.co/q9JuG7SspM
Just in time! Blink into action with Cavalry Tracer during the Overwatch Archives event! https://t.co/pLba22K4UK
It’s time to make history. Get all the details on this year’s Archives event before you hop into the action. 👀… https://t.co/QZYKI5RziF
I will never surrender. Carry your team and crush your enemies as Polyanitsa Zarya (Legendary) during the Overwatc… https://t.co/LokDlusrsL
Lúcio coming at you! 🔊 Pick up red-hot rewards, including Corredor Lúcio (Epic), during the first week of the Arch… https://t.co/PnulNKyP7F
Hey everyone, this year’s Archives event is introducing our new mechanism for weekly event unlocks!
To unlock Archives weekly rewards, you’ll need to earn Stars. Stars can be earned by completing Archives missions. Each week, a different Archives mission will offer double stars, and you’ll have the opportunity to earn the most Stars by playing on higher difficulties or Challenge variants. With this system, you’ll be able to earn Stars even if you do not succeed with your Archives mission.
Our goal with making this change is to allow unlocks to be more closely tied to the seasonal content, while also finding ways to allow for partial credit even when you don’t win a match. Previously, the system was all-or-none in that losing a match didn’t earn you any progress towards your weekly unlocks. Please note that this will be an iterative process and we’ll continue to make adjustments to this system in ways that make unlocks more engaging for the seasonal content.
Get back in the fight! Battle your way through deadly new challenges and earn skins straight from the history book… https://t.co/sl7MBTGKsZ
We’ve re-opened the Overwatch Archives with deadly new Challenge Missions, new ways to earn weekly rewards, and some museum-quality skins and loot!
If you have an NVIDIA Reflex enabled GPU you will find an option to enable the “Flash Indicator.” When enabling this option a small white square will be displayed when your primary fire button is first pressed. For users who have Reflex Latency Analyzer equipped monitors, you can use the flash indicator in conjunction with Geforce Experience to get real-time measurements of your total system latency. It is important that the flash indicator be displayed with our without Reflex enabled so that users can understand their total system latency in all scenarios.
NVIDIA also has a post to help provide some insight, here: https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5175
This old dog's learned a few tricks. Take the frontlines head-on as Soldier: 1776 Soldier: 76 during the Overwatch… https://t.co/4z7uWw8AzH
I will not falter. Slice through your enemies as Bushi Genji when the Overwatch Archives return on April 6! https://t.co/ZkwKZBQj3Q
Magnifique! Rendezvous with Mousquetaire Widowmaker when Overwatch Archives return on April 6! https://t.co/hzkw2ok2KW
Prepare to experience the past while fighting for the future. The Overwatch Archives are back starting April 6! https://t.co/whwjyGL9T2
@MikeyTheWingman It is no joke. Dive into the Experimental card and play today!
@nerdy_collector Expect nothing less. Dive into the Experimental Card and try it out.
Gravity? ❌ Ricochet Arrows? ✅ 400 Health Tank Mei? ✅ ✅ ✅ These are just a few choice highlights from today’s… https://t.co/luS2KicFjg