Overwatch players received news of an upcoming limited-time event during the last developer update video, with Tracer's Comic Challenge going live with the 15th September update, as Blizzard celebrates the most recent collaboration with Dark Horse Comics, publishing the first issue of a story centred around the British hero called Tracer - London Calling.
With sprays, icons, and even an Epic skin to collect either via playing the game or watching official partnered Twitch streams, it can get complicated to know which tasks net the rewards you're looking for.
Check our breakdown below for everything you need to know about Tracer's Comic Challenge.
Tracer's Comic Challenge in-game rewards
The first part of the LTM is quite simple: win games in Overwatch. They can be quickplay, ranked, or arcade matches, it doesn't matter, the only thing on your mind should be to rack up wins before the event ends next 28th September.
Here are the rewards you'll get for completing the challenge.
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The Epic skin not only features official art from the London Calling comic book but also adds special effects to Tracer's melee when she hits an opponent.
Tracer's Comic Challenge Twitch Drops - How to get
On top of the rewards for winning matches, fans that tune in to official Twitch streams can receive up to six different Tracer exclusive sprays. These are unique sprays due to the fact they come with sound effects. Here's the breakdown.
Here's a full list of partnered streams:
- Broadcaster I Spotlight Date I Time (PDT)
- Emongg Sept 15 (11:00 – 21:00)
- FRAN Sept 16 (16:00 – 21:00)
- xQc Sept 17 (08:00 – 16:00)
- TattedPoodle Sept 18 (14:00 – 18:00)
- KarQ Sept 19 (09:00 – 19:00)
- eskay Sept 20 (09:00 – 17:00)
- PVPX Sept 21 (06:00 – 14:00)
- Cuppcaake Sept 22 (07:00 – 14:00)
- kragiee Sept 23 (03:00 – 09:00)
- MissClick_Live Sept 24 (15:00 – 19:00)
- iddqd Sept 25 (12:30 – Sept 26 00:30)
- Salty Phish Sept 26 (09:00 – 13:00)
- JohnWLin Sept 27 (06:00 – 11:00)
- Bowie_ow Sept 28 (09:00 – 17:00)
Be sure to check Overwatch's Twitch directory often, as this is simply a suggested schedule, with many of the streamers having drops enable for far beyond their usual time, multiple days of the week.
To be selected for the Twitch drops, you must have your Twitch account linked with your Blizzard one, here's how to do it in case you're not sure.
- Log in to your Twitch account and go to your Twitch connections page.
- Click Connect next to Blizzard Battle.net and follow the instructions.
- Watch participating streamers to earn sprays and icons.