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Overwatch's next hero is Ashe, a gunslinging western gang leader

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The Lego Overwatch sets are scheduled to start rolling out the door on January 1, 2019.

Introducing Ashe-leader of the Deadlock Gang and rebellious gunslinger who's not afraid to get her hands dirty. In it, he thwarts a train robbery attempted by the Deadlock Gang, a group of desert outlaws led by the new Overwatch hero.

The second character revealed was not given a gameplay trailer, nor did she show off any combat abilities in the cinematic. In addition to her main firearm, Ashe also has access to a stick of dynamite and a small shotgun that can cause massive pushback to both herself and her enemies.

"Ashe's semi-automatic rifle fires quick shots, or she can use her aim-down sights for a more damaging, precise shot". One thing is for sure though, the audience reaction to her and her Ultimate Bob-the-mustach'd-robot was overwhelmingly positive.

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In addition to the levitating Snowball and the Genji Sword, Overwatch's heroes and environments have been adapted into LEGO form.

This morning at BlizzCon, Blizzard debuted "Reunion", the latest Overwatch animated short.

What other merch does the future hold for Overwatch and Blizzard fans? This isn't the first time the two companies have worked together; a limited edition Bastion LEGO set was revealed a few weeks ago.

It's unknown when these heroes will be released, but Ashe shouldn't be too far off from going live. Like Ashe, Echo has some sort of connection to McCree, so I get the feeling we'll see her again.

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