With just a couple of weeks left in the Overwatch League, the simulation is falling apart. Sure, things have been unpredictable throughout, but I’m currently staring at the stage four standings and it says Washington Justice are first. First! They’ve won five games in a row after just two in the whole of the rest of the season. It’s almost as though making giant structural changes to your game and forcing them — untested and unbalanced — into your esport damages its competitive integrity somewhat. But hey, with how hard the League is leaning into the chaos, let’s oblige and join in. Luckily, we can showcase both while still discussing Justice’s win streak. Their damage dealing players, Corey “Corey” Nigra and Ethan “Stratus” Yankel have been newly emboldened by the role lock introduced at the beginning of the stage. This is a difficult thing to analyse in-depth beyond “wow they have good aim” and “we broke our game’s meta in its eleventh hour.” And when you’re doing as the YouTubers do, you might as well crib from some of the website’s best content: earnestly enthusiastic clips montages. But a damage duo is just that, a duo. Which means you can’t… Read full this story
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