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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:10pm 24/05/16 | 0 Comments
Overwatch is out today, and with it comes the micro-transaction system that was announced a while back. No need to worry though as it's all purely cosmetic, with the stuff you buy being Loot Boxes. The same things you earn in-game each time you level up. As part of the launch you can now also purchase additional Loot Boxes, if the mood should strike you. Prices (in AU) after the jump.

  • 2 Loot Boxes - $2.95 (PC)
  • 5 Loot Boxes - $7.35 (PC)
  • 11 Loot Boxes - $14.95 (PC)
  • 24 Loot Boxes - $29.95 (PC)
  • 50 Loot Boxes - $59.95 (PC)

Note that the console prices vary slightly from platform to platform but are roughly the same.

With 21 heroes and over 50 unlock-able skins, voice lines, tags, poses and other things per character, it would probably take a lifetime to unlock everything via playing the game. So the act of buying Loot Boxes in Overwatch will probably be a thing that a lot of people will end up doing.

Whatever your stance on the whole micro-transaction thing rest assured with the knowledge that Overwatch will be getting a lot of free content over the next few months, including new characters, maps, and a Competitive Mode.


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