'Overwatch' Terry Crews Likes To Voice Doomfist; Probably Due To Fans' Demands

Jan 09, 2017 08:14 PM EST | By Beverly V.

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  • Terry Crews, actor and PC gaming fanatic have been making a buzz over his potential engagement with the fast paced first person shooting game.
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Terry Crews, actor, and PC gaming fanatic have been making a buzz over his potential engagement with the fast-paced first person shooting game, "Overwatch" and fans are eager to see him voice the game's up and coming character, Doomfist.

Terry Crews, when he visited Blizzard Campus, a photograph of him close to the "Overwatch" logo on the wall made fans get excited since his past tweets with respect to getting involved in the game. As reported by Twinfinite, the star has asked as to whether they might want to see him be the energetic and intense voice of the unreleased character. The Hollywood star's tweet as of now earned 20,000 or more like and had been re-tweeted very nearly 10,000 times everywhere throughout the web.

Crews is certainly not new with regards to video games as he was in EA's "Battlefield 1" live stream and even manufactured his own gaming machine with all around chosen parts. Fans consider Crews very much prepared in giving equity and life to Doomfist's persona. Two or three other fan reactions began drifting on Twitter with respect to the stars' question whether fans' might want him to be in the game.

The popularity surrounding Crews and "Overwatch" reached the regular fans, as well as got the endorsement of different famous stars like "The Rock" Dwayne Johnson as per GameSpot.There's no official word on whether Crews is to voice Doomfist or if the character is expected to be out in the game at any point in the near future. But, knowing Blizzard and its disposition to intricately keep fans circling its fingers, another Sombra-like build up and hold up game may not hurt that much.


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