In a fresh quick myth titled “Bastet,” Blizzard Leisure confirms that Soldier: 76 (aka Jack Morrison) is the 2d LGBTQ persona in theOverwatchuniverse.
Pale sniper Ana comes across a wounded Soldier: 76 in the streets of Cairo, and takes him support to her hideout. It’s the first time they’ve been reunited since the explosion rocked the Overwatch headquarters in Switzerland — neither of them knew the different one became alive for determined till now. She catches a idea of him going thru a pair of pictures, and sees an former one amongst him with a depressing-haired man named Vincent.
“Vincent… I haven’t belief about him in years,” Ana said. “Quiet holding a candle lit for him?”
Jack shook his head. “Nothing admire that.”
“You’ve never regarded in on him? You would possibly per chance maybe well need to had been engrossing. Your complete surveillance vitality on the planet. I guess Gabe would accept as true with place a Blackwatch agent on him can accept as true with to you asked,” Ana said.
Jack glared at her.
“Okay, sensitive subject.”
Jack laughed. “He bought married. They’re very overjoyed. I’m overjoyed for him.”
“Vincent deserved a happier life than the one I would furthermore give him.” Jack sighed. “We both knew that I would furthermore never place the leisure above my accountability. The total lot I fought for became to guard of us admire him… That’s the sacrifice I made.”
“Relationships don’t determine so effectively for us, carry out they?” Ana said, unconsciously running her thumb over where her wedding ring ancient to be.
The announcement comes a cramped bit over two years after anOverwatchsilly published Tracer spending Christmas with her female friend Emily. Alternatively, if we capture a more in-depth gape on the identical silly, we can invent out a panel of Soldier attempting at what looks to be the identical photo referenced in the “Bastet” myth.
Outdoor the cinematics, this is the first grand chunk ofOverwatchlore gamers accept as true with gotten in a while, and likewise the first time we’ve seen the leisure about Soldier’s personal life.