'Overwatch' Leaks, News & Update: Christmas Event Confirmed, Content Soon & Here's What to Expect; Jeff Kaplan Wants to Tell Stories!

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Dec 08, 2016 07:56 AM EST

"Overwatch" may have a few things up its sleeves as fans are apparently going nuts over a Christmas event that was allegedly leaked online. Such factors were discovered by data miners, and as the days pass, the excitement seems to flourish more.

It is an apparent fact that "Overwatch" has made a killing in the first-person shooter community since its launch, but apart from that, the team behind it has some plans to make the title even better. Blizzard Entertainment's "Overwatch" Director Jeff Kaplan clarified how he has some insight on what they intend to do with the rest of the game.

According to Kaplan, the team behind "Overwatch" intends to create a whole world within the title, with some made to tell the back story of a particular character. Some examples include Eichenwalde and King's Row, as well as the Middle Eastern Oasis map situated in the middle of the desert-even if the hero is yet to be revealed. Kaplan also further implied that this is not all under Blizzard's prerogative, but also due to the feedback that fans recommend for the game.

Which brings the topic of the next content for "Overwatch," the aptly tweeted Christmas event. Past reports say that the game could hold costumes inspired by the holiday mostly, as well adherent music to go with it. It was said that the supposed Christmas event will transpire by December 13 and fans will have to wait for the full announcement by Blizzard on what to expect.

"Overwatch" has summoned a handful of content in the past, as well as bug fixes and patches to make gameplay attributes more balanced. What do you think of the upcoming Christmas event for "Overwatch?" Make sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments section below and stay locked for more of the freshest updates here at GamenGuide.

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