One of Mei-Ling’s most recognisable strains in Overwatch was not truly written by Blizzard.
All characters in Overwatch have voice strains which you can solely hear this or that particular hero say. They normally provide completely different takes on the identical perspective, however each is claimed in a method you count on these characters to talk as.
The very well mannered and apologetic Mei’s “Sorry, sorry, I’m sorry” voice line doesn’t sound out of character for her, however the line wasn’t truly within the script. Senior sport designer Michael Chu revealed this on the first Tribeca Games Festival over the weekend, through Polygon.
“The actress [Zhang Yu] just made a mistake and was saying ‘Sorry, sorry, sorry,’” he instructed attendees when requested to call his favorite line from the sport. “And I turned to the engineer and asked, ‘Did you get that?’And he was like, ‘Yep,’ and I was like, ‘Send that to me.’”
Overwatch followers now know who to thank each time they use the road, both sincerely, or troll others.