An Overwatch 2 Ramattra gameplay reveal trailer gives us a first look at how the Omnic tank will play in the FPS game. Blizzard has revealed all the juicy details about the 36th hero, who will be joining the roster along with the Overwatch 2 Season 2 release date. While we already had a decent idea of what to expect from Ramattra’s abilities, the ultimate and Nemesis form, getting to see one of Overwatch 2’s biggest characters in action for the first time is certainly a sight to behold.
Ramattra is a beefy tanky Omnic hero who spends most of his time in ‘Omnic form’, where he has a relatively modest 450 health and relies on a more hit-oriented playstyle that combines primary fire projectiles. of his Void Accelerator with a projected barrier to attack. enemies from range and protect the team from him. He can also fire nanospheres that explode on contact using Ravenous Vortex, generating a damaging force field that pulls enemies down and slows their movement speed.
Ramattra’s signature move is the ability to transform into a Nemesis form that boosts him up to 600 health and transforms him into a devastating punching machine that shoots out barrier-piercing shockwaves from his fists using an alternate primary fire called Pummel, while also raising his arms. with the secondary fire from him to significantly reduce frontal damage taken at the cost of movement speed.
Ramattra’s ult, Annihilation, also changes him into Nemesis form, causing a swarm of nanobots to spread out in front of him, dealing ongoing damage to any nearby enemies. Additionally, the nanobots will reduce the damage dealt by the enemy by 50%, giving Ramattra another way to protect himself and teammates from him.
The team describes Ramattra as “Overwatch 2’s first tempo tank,” and he certainly looks like a lot of fun to play based on this initial tease. The Overwatch 2 Season 2 roadmap lets us know that more details will follow in a five-part developer blog starting November 27. In the meantime, you can watch Ramattra’s gameplay reveal below:
If all of this has you itching to play as Ramattra, don’t get too excited just yet. It is expected that you will have to upgrade your Overwatch 2 season two battle pass to level 55 or purchase the premium track with Overwatch Coins, just like previous newcomer Kiriko. If you haven’t finished the Season One Pass yet, an Overwatch 2 Double XP Rolling Weekend should help you complete it over the Thanksgiving holiday. If you’re wondering how big Ramattra is, the developers at Blizzard have detailed how it features “one of the biggest models” created for the game so far.