Overwatch art book and comic collection pop up online

For the collectors

Its description reads, "Overwatch has taken the world by storm, boasting millions of players and gaining critical acclaim".

Fans of Overwatch will be pleased to hear that The Art of Overwatch (standard & limited editions) will be coming out on October 24th. The hardback edition is retailing at $49.99, while the limited edition will set you back $100. But since nothing has been officially announced, it's possible that the release dates could be placeholder dates, or that the cover art could be tweaked before release.

As for the second book, Overwatch: Anthology Volume 1 collects all of the comics released so far (available for free on the website) and packaged together for the price of $19.99.

The Art of Overwatch explores the creative process behind one of the most popular first-person-shooter games of all time! Learn all this and more in this hardcover anthology of the first twelve issues of Blizzard's Overwatch comics, written and illustrated by an all-star creative team including Matt Burns, Robert Brooks, Micky Neilson, Nesskain, Bengal, and more.

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If you've been even mildly interested in video games over the past year, then you've unavoidably become familiar with Overwatch. But now, fans will be able to enjoy a little something else alongside their game - a special art book. The biggest goal for them right now is to get the Overwatch League off of the ground, there has been some news lingering that two NFL teams: New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins are apparently looking at purchasing a professional Overwatch Team in their respective territories.

In the meantime, fans can at least look forward to The Art of Overwatch and the comic book anthology.

Overwatch is available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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