Hilarious Overwatch 2 Clip Shows Private 76 Accidentally Killing Genji

Hilarious Overwatch 2 Clip Shows Private 76 Accidentally Killing Genji

Hilarious Overwatch 2 Clip Shows Private 76 Accidentally Killing Genji

A recent clip from Overwatch 2 shows an unlucky Genji player who ends up in the wrong place at the wrong time, right in front of Soldier 76’s Helix Rockets.


Hijinks are inevitable in a game as chaotic as Monitor 2, and a recent clip of a Genji player fatally blinded by Soldier 76’s Helix Rockets illustrates the point perfectly. Not only does this provide a brilliant comedic punch, but it goes to show that you can never quite know what to expect in Monitor 2even in familiar surroundings.


One of Surveillancethe greatest strengths of – something that has kept players coming back even in the middle Monitor 2The difficult early access period of – lies in the gameplay diversity of its playable characters. There are currently 36 different heroes for players to choose from, all distinct from each other not only by their weapons and roles, but also by the suite of abilities each possesses. Ideally, players and their teammates are able to use all of these different tools at their disposal to outplay the enemy team in a display of superior skill and style. And then there are times when someone blunders and dies as a result.

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This is what happened to Reddit user Max_shadows while playing as Genji in a control match on Lijiang Tower. The clip they shared starts off pretty normally, with them dashing through a gap to help a teammate battling an enemy Roadhog before quickly dashing out. Before they even land, however, they are taken out by a Soldier 76 who hits them with Helix Rockets from afar. What really adds insult to injury here is when it cuts to the killcam and shows Soldier 76 aiming at one of Max_shadows teammates and struggling to hit them, only to inadvertently land a direct hit when Max rushes right past the rockets.

The people on the Surveillance subreddit naturally laughed at Max_shadows’ expense. Needless to say, there were more than a few mentions of the classic “Get down Mr. President!” meme, but fans also mocked the Soldier 76 player for all their missed shots before unwittingly pulling Max out of the air. In the end, avid music video fans of Monitor 2 games gone bad should be satisfied by this last example.

To go back to an earlier point, the first months of Monitor 2The lifespan of has been rather frustrating for many players, with complaints about bugs, microtransactions, and balance changes becoming commonplace. With that in mind, however, 2023 is shaping up to be a big year for Monitor 2 with the introduction of the game’s highly anticipated PvE mode and plans for additional improvements as the game continues towards the end of its Early Access period. Assuming Blizzard takes fan feedback to heart, things could seriously improve in the coming months. Fans will just have to wait and see.

Monitor 2 is available for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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