Who doesn't like voice cords The escape? They let you say hello. They can help your teammates stay informed about your high percentage. If you play DPS, you can use it to send messages about how you need treatment until everyone's ears are closed like a cemetery. But soon, Blizzard will add a voice line feature that speaks to me on a personal level: the power of apology.
In new developer update video he was shot in the corner of his hometown depicting the obvious as a sculpture, a decorative bowl, and a sterile wall – one of those corners that raises the question “Why is that corner really, Jeff? What was your thought process? Please email me about this. I'm not joking. I really want to know ”-The escape Director Jeff Kaplan has announced that the performance of the beloved character line format will soon be added to the game. Every character will find dozens of new voice lines that players can perform when typing is too slow or they feel like jumping into a voice chat with their co-workers. You will be able to choose which ones you want on your mid-wheel interface. This will include requests for your teammates to come back, payments, and, with the ability to "apologize."
So far, there is only one The escape the hero has the power to apologize: Mei. Her “Peace! Sorry. I'm sorry. Sorry ”the vocal line is more flavorful than practical, and if we are real, the only thing that Mina should apologize for is that it is too annoying to play. But soon, all the characters will be able to apologize in their own words, with gusto and aplomb, so that no one will ask you "Why are you sorry?" when I made Tracer sadly sad after I completely burned one of his bombs, or let Reinhardt face shame after charging a rock, or Faroh quickly but humbly apologizing when I refused to play as Pharaoh. This is, to me, a person who feels a constant need, a very big apology for everything, a dream come true.
On that note, I'm sorry to include this post in which I say "I'm sorry" where I might have spent more time on Kaplan's discussion of competitive timing, gameplay notes, or new features of Workshop. To quote the awesome snow goblin I know and sometimes enjoy playing like: Sorry! Sorry. I'm sorry. Sorry.