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Overwatch is now $35 on any platform, as part of a sale taking place prior to the Black Friday and Cyber Monday insanity.

Now, we’ve all got that one friend. The one who has been waiting for Overwatch to go on sale because they “don’t believe in paying full price for a game.” Even worse, they probably complain whenever you want to talk with your friend group about the new character, Sombra, or the most recent set of buffs and nerfs. However, today is your day to make that friend put their money where their mouth is—Overwatch is on sale. And not just a tiny one, either—you can now pick up the hero-shooter for only $35. Thanks, Amazon!

Are you “that friend,” and now you’re worried if Overwatch is really worth it? Check out the EGM review to calm your nerves, then immediately buy the game.

Source: Amazon

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Now’s the time to pick up Overwatch on the cheap

The world of Overwatch could always use more heroes—even thrifty ones.

By Matt Buchholtz | 11/18/2016 02:00 PM PT

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Overwatch is now $35 on any platform, as part of a sale taking place prior to the Black Friday and Cyber Monday insanity.

Now, we’ve all got that one friend. The one who has been waiting for Overwatch to go on sale because they “don’t believe in paying full price for a game.” Even worse, they probably complain whenever you want to talk with your friend group about the new character, Sombra, or the most recent set of buffs and nerfs. However, today is your day to make that friend put their money where their mouth is—Overwatch is on sale. And not just a tiny one, either—you can now pick up the hero-shooter for only $35. Thanks, Amazon!

Are you “that friend,” and now you’re worried if Overwatch is really worth it? Check out the EGM review to calm your nerves, then immediately buy the game.

Source: Amazon

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About Matt Buchholtz

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Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded