Junker Queen is the game’s first new tank in almost two years, and she’s a welcome addition. She’s a massive, slow-moving robot that can lay down suppressing fire, or charge into the fray and wreak havoc.
She’s also got a few tricks up her sleeve that make her even more dangerous.
And though the developers have said they’re looking to add more tanks in the future, it’s hard not to feel like the current state of Overwatch’s tank line-up is lacking. That’s where Junker Queen comes in. The game’s first new tank in almost two years, and she’s a welcome addition.
Junker Queen is a brawler who excels at both close range and long range fighting. She has a strong presence and can command the battlefield with her powerful attacks. Her close range attacks are particularly devastating, and she can easily kill opponents with her piercing strikes. However, she must be careful not to overextend herself, as she is vulnerable to counterattacks when she is not in the thick of the fighting. Junker Queen is a powerful brawler who can easily take down opponents with her ferocious attacks.
Junker Queen, has been generating a lot of buzz since her reveal. On paper, she shares a lot of similarities with another popular tank, Roadhog. Both characters are junk-themed and have access to a shotgun and a hook ability that can pull enemies toward them. However, there are some key differences between the two tanks that set them apart. For one, Junker Queen’s shotgun fires in a spread pattern, while Roadhog’s is a single-shot weapon. Additionally, Junker Queen can deploy scrap turrets that will fire at enemies and provide cover for her team, while Roadhog does not have any similar abilities. Ultimately, while Junker Queen may seem like a direct copy of Roadhog at first glance, she is actually a unique and powerful tank that brings something new to the table.
I’m not the only one who has been enjoying Junker Queen so far. In a recent interview, Assistant Game Director Aaron Keller said that the character has been “incredibly well received” by the community. He went on to say that the team is “really happy” with how she has turned out and that they are “exc