The notorious Sombra Translocator bug in Overwatch has resurfaced as soon as once more, and it appears to be like prefer it’s nowhere close to fastened.
Earlier this 12 months, Overwatch gamers recognized a bug with Sombra’s Translocator that made killing her a a lot simpler course of.
In quick, when Sombra makes use of her Translocator to teleport to a special spot, an enemy participant can simply assault the place she was simply in and efficiently deal sufficient harm to kill her, regardless of how she theoretically ought to be on a special a part of the map. This downside was examined extensively by gamers, and lots of discovered it has nothing to do with ping.
Some reported that it’s extra obvious when dealing with off in opposition to melee-based opponents, however the challenge stays: there shouldn’t be any a part of her remaining within the earlier spot for it to be attacked.
There are a number of threads on Blizzard’s forums speaking in regards to the challenge, however it was dropped at mild once more not too long ago after a well-liked Reddit thread was revealed displaying a montage of Sombra getting killed because of this months-old bug.
This easy-to-exploit glitch meant that Sombra is sort of fully absence from the sport’s Competitive Play mode. Blizzard made a remark back in March in regards to the bug being troublesome to repair, and promised to proceed monitoring down a repair.
A couple of months later, it appears nothing has modified.