Overwatch” is gearing up for some major changes in the next few weeks. Following the Summer Games 2017, the competitive season will finally come to a close as Blizzard will prep for Season 6. Moreover, we’ll also be getting the Deathmatch arcade mode and the new map, Château Guillard. If that wasn’t enough, Blizzard’s also planning on releasing another map that they’ll officially reveal later this week at Gamescom 2017. They’re also looking into making some new characters changes – specifically for the Talon member, Doomfist.

Doomfist gets nerfed

While it might be a sad day for Doomfist fans, Blizzard is finally putting a limit on his killing spree.

This hero has been notorious for his one-punch attacks as he can easily kill a 200 HP hero with his Rocket Punch. Many fans, especially Support mains, have been expressing that the hero is way too powerful and he deserves a nerf. Like always, Blizzard has been listening to the outcry and they have toned down his infamous alternate fire ability.

According to Comicbook.com, the latest PTR patch requires you to have much more accuracy when launching his Rocket Punch. This skill in the live server is a bit too forgiving as you can still hit targets even if you aim a bit over to the left or right. In the PTR, however, your punch will whizz through the opponent if you don’t manage to make visible contact with your target. Expect plenty of missed punches once this nerf hits the live servers.

Numbani bug

Incidentally, the “Overwatch” Numbani map has gotten an exploit that causes the game to instantly end.

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Another Comicbook.com report claims that this bug only occurs in Numbani and even forces the player to restart their entire client just to get back in the game. Other players have complained about this exploit as it has affected plenty of competitive matches over the past few days. This strange bug is not only limited to PC players, however, as console fans have also been experiencing the same thing [VIDEO].

Blizzard has yet to comment on the ongoing issue, but there's a big chance that they might be working on a solution already. As a multiplayer game, “Overwatch” is no stranger to bugs as it gets new ones with every updated patch. In spite of this, the developers try their best to smooth out any game-breaking issues so players can enjoy the game without having to worry about these situations. For now, we’ll just have to wait for more information regarding what they have planned for “Overwatch.”