In Overwatch 2, players can select Widowmaker as a Damage Hero. She shines in a sniper role, with her equipment allowing her to deal devastating levels of damage while she points a fully loaded rifle at herself, especially when taking a headshot.
Widowmaker, on the other hand, should always stay out of fights, picking off opponents at long range and avoiding melee due to her low mobility, and while in range, there is a speed reduction.
Although she is bad in melee fights, she is not entirely useless as her rifle can be changed to an automatic pistol, but due to her low HP and mobility, she becomes an easy target for the opponent to take out.
Fortunately, his Venom Mine ability can deal damage and stop opponents’ attacks, giving him some defense and time to retreat. Additionally, his Grappling Hook allows him to position himself correctly when taking cover to fire from a distance.
Widowmaker’s Ultimate: Infra-Sight allows her and the rest of the squad to see enemy heroes through obstacles for 15 seconds, which is the best information any team could want.
Blizzard has released an all-new Legendary Pack for Widowmaker in Overwatch 2. The pack includes a new Legendary skin with a compelling epic featured intro: Death Stare. He even got a new memory called Petrified Hammond. The Medusa Widowmaker package is discussed in detail in the next section.
How can players get the Medusa Widowmaker pack in Overwatch 2?
The pack was released on January 3 and will be available in the Overwatch 2 in-game store until January 10. The in-game store is updated every week. However, it is unknown when the skin will be available again. As a result, players must obtain it within this short period.
The bundle costs 2,200 Overwatch Coins and is available through the store menu. Overwatch Coins can be purchased for real money in the in-game market or earned by completing weekly missions.