During the Orisa announcement, there were a number of changes made to the Blizzard game's lore, revealing that the Overwatch Doomfist gauntlet had been stolen. The current Doomfist, Ogundimu, is the third person to hold the Doomfist title. Developer Blizzard has updated the game's official website with new story details for Doomfist - an enigmatic character many believe will appear in the game.
In a blog post on The Times of Numbani, an in-universe blog, the publication revealed that the Talon organisation targeted a maximum security prison in order to free someone: "Akande Ogundimu, better known as Doomfist".
The post goes on, saying Doomfist was broken out of prison by "a black shadowy figure".
Since releasing just over a year ago, Overwatch has seen the addition of three new heroes to the award-winning multiplayer shooter's roster. The assailant overcame the Helix security guards, leaving over dozen deceased.
After escaping from the facility, the report says Ogundimu resurfaced in Numbani, where he easily destroyed the OR15 defense robots at the Adawe International Terminal and reclaimed the Doomfist.
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Actor Terry Crews, a self-professed fan of Overwatch and other Blizzard games, has frequently been linked to Doomfist and has lobbied Blizzard to allow him to voice the character. Medical records of the casualties reveal injuries and cellular degeneration matching other incidents involving the mercenary known as the Reaper, all but confirming the incursion as a Talon attack. Last Sunday, players found out that an error report contained the phrase "Overwatch 184.108.40.206 Doomfist / Summer Games".
Overwatch and Doomfist fans have been left a little bit puzzled by some odd activity from Blizzard overnight related to fabled hero Doomfist. However, it remains unclear whether the new Doomfist is a hero or a villain until Blizzard officially reveals the character.
Here's hoping this isn't another teaser setting up a new hero who isn't Doomfist.
When Overwatch introduced its 24th hero, the robot Orisa, they first teased it with a cryptic article posted on February 21.