Cultural pluralism, ethnic diversity, topographic abundance — can there be any more out-of-place terms for a game? I’m not goofing around bringing them up here; it is what it is. I would love to unveil another game with “actually a profound meaning behind it,” but I’d be better stopped right here to let you admire the mesmerizing Overwatch fan art pieces.
I remember first playing Team Fortress 2 by Valve, enjoying the teamed red and blue madness going on in every location — that was so much fun! I’ve checked out many other entertaining games, including the trending Fortnite, but none of them have that backbone of a coherent plot and drama (the way it can be possible for a PvE game). The overwatch fan art comprises the diversity of characters themselves, the used styles, reminiscent of other historically-important games like Borderlands or Warcraft (don’t go hard on me for these associations; they’re subjective and are not likely to be shared by anyone else).
Keeping my passionate love for female Overwatch characters is hard, especially when wild west vibes are floating around. Irresistible! Other “mighty ladies” from this Overwatch fan art appear epically as well. A little bit of steampunk here, a sprinkle of cyberpunk in there, and the whole collection gets so juicy! Samurais, dwarves, muscle boys, robotic chicks, I can go on and on for years; it’s a masterpiece.
The separate passage is forever occupied by the adorable animals from the games if there are any. Meet the wracking ball and his heartwarming fluff-fury. Sometimes I ask myself, “is it even legal to create something that cute and sweet?”. I’d make this whole gallery of Overwatch art with this chubby kawaii fellow.