Game director Jeff Kaplan previously announced that "Overwatch" will have a new feature called "Avoid as Teammate" [VIDEO]that will allow video game fans to ban a certain player during match sessions.
Over on the game's official Twitter page, developer Blizzard Entertainment released a new teaser that indicates that the Uprising event will return to the game on April 10th, 2018, nearly one year after it first debuted in-game.
As promised, Blizzard plans to bring back a revamped version of Overwatch's Uprising event.
The Uprising event rewinds time to give players the opportunity to relive a key moment in Overwatch's past and dive into some of the stories behind the game's diverse group of heroes. Today that changed, with Blizzard confirming the return of Uprising next month. It's hard to see the name of the file, but one can only assume it's something top secret; i.e, Blackwatch.
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The teaser video for Uprising was put up on the official Overwatch Twitter. That is to say, the lore event that Blizzard plans to reveal for Overwatch's upcoming April 10 event is as yet unknown.
Other details that come through during the teaser's glitch include a date change from 7 years ago when the King's Row Uprising took place to 8 years ago, as well as a change in the security clearance from "Confidential" to "Classified".
King's Row Uprising will begin on April 10, according to a teaser post that Blizzard dropped on Overwatch's social media. The Petras Act, which made Overwatch activity illegal, is believed to have gone into effect six years ago - one year after the hinted Blackwatch mission. Blackwatch was the covert operations arm of Overwatch before it was shut down and suspended for suspicious activity.