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Baptiste Is Fun To Play, But Probably Won't Shake Up Overwatch Just Yet



Shortly after Overwatch 's latest hero, Baptiste, was announced, I started seeing Blizzard devs position the Haitian combat medic as a counter to GOATS, the game's unpopular defense-oriented meta. "Alright," I said to myself. "This seems promising." Overwatch 's current meta is heavily reliant on heroes like Reinhardt, Zarya, D.Va, Zenyatta, Lucio, and Brigitte. , with sprinkles of Sombra for when people are feeling tricksy. HP heavy duty mixed with crowd control is the order of the day, and Baptiste, a combat medic who can briefly render his teammates unkillable, does not detract from that.

First things first: Baptiste is fun to play. His kit is complex but rewarding, with a straightforward burst-fire submachine, leading the charge while a plethora or defensive abilities bring up the rear. Initially, he has climbed up a bit, because he has two separate healing abilities — one that's entirely for his teammates, and one that's mostly for him. To heal his team, he can lean from his gun. These are similar to snake grandma Ana's branches, except that unlike her wound-knitting bombardments, these aren't heal Baptiste, nor they damage enemies. An order to heal himself, Baptist can deploy a regenerative burst that also heals nearby allies.