No word yet on when Moira will hit PTR, but expect her to be a bit controversial (just like nearly all new Overwatch characters).
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Slinking into the shadows, the public believed her to have retired, but Moira would continue on with her work, creating weapons and technologies for Blackwatch whilst keeping her employment there a secret.
At BlizzCon, it was also announced that Moira is a two-star difficulty hero, making her notably more challenging to play than the current support fan favorite Mercy.
The new Overwatch character also has a number of interesting abilities to augment her mysterious history. Her ultimate deals heavy damage to enemies while simultaneously healing allies in its path. Moira is coming to PTR before releasing on consoles and PC for everyone at a later date. We got a look at a new character, map, and a moving Reinhardt animated short.
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Fade is a fairly simple ability that sees Moira teleport a short distance.
The next new hero is Moira, a highly mobile support healer that can dish out a load of damage.
Coalescence- Moira channels a long-range beam that both heals allies and bypasses barriers to damage her enemies.
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