Blizzard revealed Ashe at BlizzCon on Friday, a shotgun-toting, dynamite-tossing, rifle-shooting outlaw who used to be friends with McCree. The first figure in Blizzard's new Overwatch Ultimate Figure line, Mercy, was also shown and scheduled for 2019.
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But instead it was revealed to be Ashe, the leader of the Deadlock Gang.
Roughly four months after the release of the popular multiplayer shooter's last hero, Hammond (an intelligent hamster in a giant ball mech), Blizzard is already teasing Overwatch's next hero: Ashe, the "rebellious" female leader of the fictional "Deadlock Gang".
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"And Ashe is not alone, as she can call on her omnic ally B.O.B., to join the fray when the need arises".
Ashe's main weapon is The Viper, a semi-automatic rifle that can be fired quickly from the hip or down sights for more powerful and accurate shots.
"Ashe throws an explosive that detonates after a short delay or immediately when shot". It deals fire damage that hurts enemies over time. Upon using hers, Ashe summons "B.O.B.", a robot sidekick who charges into enemies, knocks them into the air, and then "lays down suppressing fire" with his built-in arm cannons.