In the Love of Geometry mode, an Overwatch past feature that was duplicited has reappeared

In the Love of Geometry mode, an Overwatch past feature that was duplicited has reappeared ...

Cupid Hanzo is out for blood in Overwatch 2 this Valentine's Day, thanks to the release of a new Love of Geometry mode that is now available in the game for the next couple of weeks. Another attribute from the character's past that many fans disliked has been returned for this limited time event.

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Scatter Arrow is an old Hanzo ability that would shoot an arrow that splits into multiple smaller arrows on contact and bounce around walls. It was removed and replaced with Storm Arrow, a quick-fire move, because of how easy it was for players to aim at the ground and get one-shot kills on enemies on their feet. Now, with the Love of Geometry mode, Scatter Arrow is even stronger.

Scatter Arrow is the primary focus of your four Hanzos who are going up another team to finish 30 kills first. Any kill that had a final blow dealt by Scatter Arrow rewards the team with two points. Additionally, taking a tip from Genji, your Scatter Arrow cooldown is immediately replenished so you can fire again.

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Scatter Arrow would appear to be their chance, though, and a much larger group would probably accept it being left out of Overwatch 2's main game modes. It's the one-shot kill moves that will usually get everyone up in arms. At least here, it's a light-hearted wink to the past.