Ever since its release in late May last year, "Overwatch" has been one of the most popular Video Games. It is available on PC, as well as on both current-gen consoles, and its unique and competitive gameplay makes it fun to play. Blizzard has, without any doubt, done a fantastic job with this game. Whether you are talking about its concept or about frequent updates, everything about "Overwatch" seems amazing and it's not a surprise that it's so popular.

However, Blizzard might have something big in store for its popular first-person video game. Believe it or not, there is a chance that we see vehicles in "Overwatch." And no, this doesn't refer to vehicles that would be used as objects on the maps, but rather driveable vehicles players could use.

The idea sounds interesting, but also very odd considering what type of a game "Overwatch" is.

Vehicles in 'Overwatch'

Blizzard recently made a job posting on their website, stating how they need a gameplay engineer. The enginner the company is looking for would help create vehicles and build handling features. "Blizzard Entertainment is looking for a talented gameplay engineer to help create vehicles and build vehicle handling features in a robust first-person engine for an unannounced project," is the description of the job.

As the job posting states, the engineer would work "in a robust first-person engine." Sounds familiar?

While this posting is far from a confirmation that Blizzard Entertainment is working on another game or an "Overwatch" expansion, vehicles could be added in a separate game mode.

After all, many "Overwatch" players predicted that the video game would never get a deathmatch mode, yet Blizzard added it this year.

The project most likely won't be revealed soon, so we will have to wait and keep guessing what the game developer could do with vehicles. "Overwatch" has been amazing so far, so hopefully this is not going to be an over-the-top addition.

Winter Wonderland issues

In other news related to "Overwatch," players are wondering why two victory poses are missing from the game. Winter Wonderland 2017 promo post revealed toast victory poses for Sombra and Bastion, but they are nowhere to be found in Hero Gallery.

Blizzard may have forgotten to add these items, but they may have also decided to simply release them next year. Either way, players have 11 more days to acquire the event-exclusive items as Winter Wonderland 2017 ends on January 1 next year.