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Things We Saw Today: Overwatch Fans Are Enamored With the Queen of Junkertown

Fans of Overwatch have been flocking to profess their love for a character who features heavily in a brand new map coming to the game: the Queen of Junkertown. Though we haven’t seen any models of her in-game yet, players have been showing their admiration anyway. Keep watching the trailer to catch a bit of in-game art that shows off what she may look like. Yes, queen! (via Heroes Never Die)

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What’d you see today, Nintendo-friendos?

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