Apr 21, 2017 07:26 PM EDT By Charlie Monforte

Gamers uploading on YouTube their games in new event 'Insurrection' of 'Overwatch'

"Overwatch's" "Insurrection" has a heart-breaking plot in that agent Amelie Lacroix turns into Widowmaker in Talon's terrorist operation where she is set to kill her husband Gerard. And she did kill him.

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"Overwatch" has a new event "Insurrection" and gamers around the world have been uploading in the games they had on YouTube since just Thursday, more than a week when the event was launched April 11.

"Insurrection" has a heart-breaking plot in that agent Amelie Lacroix turns into Widowmaker in Talon's terrorist operation where she is set to kill her husband Gerard.

The heart-breaking sprays in "Insurrection" have pushed the once happy couple into warring and treacherous mode.

As Widowmaker, a heartless sniper, fails to immediately kill him, terrorists brainwashed her to become a sleeper agent who thinks only on serving the team. She becomes always on the attack mode.

Amelie replaced by Widowmaker soon successfully killed her husband two weeks after and after which Talon operatives programmed her not to have human emotion, turned her skin cold and blue to become a heartless assassin.  

Widowmaker becomes a villain in the new event where before she was a fighting sniper so vital in the anti-Talon operation of the "Overwatch" organization.

In "Insurrection" Widowmaker is no longer a hero among the heroes that the world needs to maintain peace in a war-torn world setting of the game.  

The "Overwatch" update was first released for PC platform and subsequently, it was released for PS4 and Xbox One just on Monday.

Fixes were immediately made as soon after bugs and glitches were complained over by "Overwatch" gamers.

Blizzard quality assurance lead Max Thompson admitted on the forum they made fixes relating specific stability issues, which caused the delay for players on PS4 and Xbox One.

On Reddit forum, there have been several comments on "Overwatch's" play on PC that raise a need for patches.

"Overwatch" was announced as still available for purchase on Gamepedia since it was released on May 24, 2016. It is a team-based multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment.

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