In the conclusion of Infilitration, we saw Katya Volskaya telephone in Zarya to track down Sombra. In Hunting , we get to see exactly how Zarya pulls off that... and the outcomes of a Sombra versus Zarya showdown. This is only one of the meatiest lore comic yet, and we expect to watch Overwatch's most powerful tank grow as a person. As it turns out, the most valuable muscle within a weightlifter's body is... the center.
Unfortunately, there's just one method for Zarya to get into the core of the mystery, and that's by teaming up with an omnic: Lynx Seventeen. After Zarya's homeland and relatives have been ruined by the omnic catastrophe, she is not eager to utilize what she disparagingly calls a"robot", but her love for Russia outweighs her hatred of omnics...
Not only is Hunting one of the most plot heavy comics up to now, up there with Masquerade, it's also jam packed with cameos. Up over, we visit Orisa and Efi patrolling Numbani, that is absolutely cute. We also have to see a familiar face by Hero, Alejandra, who has been doing some hero style work of her own since her encounter with Soldier 76. We also get call backs to the Sombra ARG that preceded her launch, together with all the LumériCo CEO referencing Sombra's hack on and frame job that players could uncover and research.
Masquerade and Searching, along with the release of this Overwatch Anthology, suggests that lore comics are about to be a lot more interesting in driving the main plot of Overwatch forwards. I'm already pumped to find out what happens next in Russia and outside.
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