The live PC version of Overwatch got a new patch update, version 184.108.40.206, on Wednesday afternoon. Those of you hoping it brought Symmetra's reworked abilities or the new Oasis control map will be left disappointed — but it did usher in some important new bug fixes. The patch should hit PS4 and Xbox One versions of Overwatch soon.
Overwatch update 220.127.116.11 patch notes
Here are the full patch notes from Blizzard's forums:
— Fixed a bug that prevented Ana from being selectable in the 1v1 Mystery Duel mode.
— Fixed a bug that gave Mercy ultimate charge while damage-boosting her allies when they weren't actively damaging enemies.
— Fixed a bug that prevented Reinhardt from deactivating his shield after being hacked by Sombra.
— Fixed a bug preventing Sombra from hacking Soldier: 76's sprint ability.
— Sombra will no longer receive credit toward her "on fire" meter when her EMP ultimate hits Symmetra's turrets.
— When multiple Sombras attempt to hack a health pack simultaneously, the player that started hacking first will control it.
— Fixed a bug preventing Sombra from seeing training bots through walls with her "Opportunistic" ability.
— Fixed a bug preventing Sombra's targeting reticle from "consistently expanding" while firing her primary weapon.
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