Doomfist is coming to Overwatch

Gwen Vasquez
July 9, 2017

Doomfist's real name is Akande Ogundimu from Oyo, Nigeria.

Fans were disappointed to discover that the new Overwatch character isn't voiced by Terry Crews. Then use the Seismic Slam, as this allows you to leap forward and smash opponents toward you.

In fact, Zarya's Graviton Surge to pull enemies into one area and Doomfist's Meteor Strike form a very deadly attack that could wipe out entire teams in a flash.

As players flood into the public test servers of Overwatch to find uses and counters for the new villain Doomfist, one player has found a rather interesting one: sitting down. However, due to the prosthetic limb he was deemed ineligible for martial arts competitions. Akande lost his arm during the Omnic Crisis, fortunately his company helped him recover and made him even stronger than before. He tried to devote himself to his business with the same zeal that he had for fighting, but he found nothing that could fill the void... until he was given a new opportunity by Akinjide Adeyemi, better known to the world as the second Doomfist, the Scourge of Numbani. However due to vastly differing views he killed his mentor and took the title of Doomfist, along with the massive gauntlet he now wields.

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The new Overwatch hero comes with unique skills as a brawler, and here are a few tips and tricks to maximize Doomfist and his abilities. He was imprisoned in a maximum-security facility for years, where he waited patiently for events he had incited to play out. He now presides over Talon's inner council and his goal is to start a conflict that will envelope all of humanity in a war.

Doomfist is a legendary figure in Overwatch lore, a big bad that used to rule over evil organisation Talon.

Last night we had a little go of Doomfist and he may become one of my favourite characters to play.

Doomfist is a close-range fighter, similar to Reinhardt, and unlike the other Overwatch heroes who have long-range attacks.

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