Competitive and multiplayer level The escape It is one of the best articles we can find today. The title has many qualities that we often talk about, but the fact is that it has a backdrop and a story behind it that even though it's "hidden" is impressive, and that is that the game has a lot of elegance over other Blizzard games.
One of the people responsible for this is undoubtedly Michael Chu, who until today has been the main author of Overwatch and a member of Blizzard for the past 20 years. We say today that he was also in charge of announcing that he was leaving the company, and he did this with a statement showing:
Twenty years after first entering the doors at Blizzard, I moved on to the new entry! Overwatch has been a fun experience and one I will treasure forever. Thank you to everyone for your support over the years! https://t.co/rG4zPe9SGC
– Michael Chu (@westofhouse) March 11, 2020
Michael Chu will continue to tell the stories behind Overwatch
In this statement, Michel Chu describes the work done by Overwatch as an amazing experience that will stay with him. Of course, you can see how lucky they have been to tell amazing stories and br ing them to life, in addition to all the support they have received:
When I first stepped in through the doors of Blizzard Entertainment twenty years ago, my only dream was to help make the games I had spent so many hours of my life playing.
Overwatch has been a life-changing experience. I've always felt that the games and stories they tell have a unique ability to unite people, and that the empathy you feel by putting yourself in someone else's shoes can, in effect, close the gap between miles, cultures and nations.
I've heard stories of people learning a new language after listening to a debate line, people who were inspired to take a trip to a new place after "visiting" it in the game, and people meeting with colleagues across languages and boundaries to take the cause of making our world a better place.
In addition to working at Overwatch, Michael Chu has worked on other games such as Diablo, Warcraft, Nightwinter Nights, and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Yes Chu says he wants to continue telling these stories and build a world that connects people through games, so he will have to listen to his new projects.