Blizzard Entertainment has rolled out a fresh Overwatch update overnight, adding a bunch of key fixes and introducing League home-team skins for the popular blockbuster shoot-’em-up.
The update is live now across PS4, PC, and Xbox One, and allows players to kit themselves out in new team costumes. However, instead of being found in loot boxes, they’re unlocked by spending League Tokens, which can be snapped up for $5 (100 Tokens) or $100 (2,600 Tokens).
Individual skins are available to purchase for 100 Tokens, though as a gesture Blizzard is giving players 100 to start off with if you log in between now and February 13. Needless to say, if you plan on grabbing the full set then you’ll probably have a falling out with your wallet at some point.
There’s a fair amount of bug fixes to tuck into too, including removing an error that prevents the contents of a loot box from showing up on screen, as well as polishing up some of the AI.
Read the full patch notes for the latest Overwatch update here.
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