Overwatch 2 Players Say Orisa Requires The Least Skill To Master


Part of the Overwatch experience is always having something to complain about. After all, it’s never our fault when we’re on a losing streak, is it?

No, it’s because Sombra/Mei/Moira/WhoeverJustKilledYou is horrifically unbalanced, and requires zero skill to play. But for a change, we have someone else’s head on the chopping block today, as Overwatch players say that Orisa is far too easy to master right now.

This comes from the subreddit r/Overwacth, as one fan says they were able to climb from Bronze 3 to Platinum 2 in two weeks by playing as Orisa. Due to this, the player says that she requires “little to no brain power” – and many others are in agreement.

“I’ve been grinding competitively as Orisa [by] holding down left click,” says Reddit user Main-Sir6307. “I climbed from Bronze 3 to Platinum 2 in a little less than two weeks, and this is my first time ever playing Overwatch…Is there an easier hero?”

Others in the replies agree, believing that Orisa is at least the easiest Tank to play.

“I’m surprised people don’t complain about her javelin more. Six seconds of stun that can do 100 damage,” says iceLevia.

It definitely seems that Orisa’s javelin is the source of many players’ frustration with her, as Crypto_hawker explains: “Not to mention it’s pretty much instant use and super fast. [Sigma’s] rock has to charge up and travels slow. Javelin is op as hell.”

One user even compares it to Doomfist’s punch – just without the risk that comes with launching yourself into the enemy team. Indeed, it seems that fans want Orisa to be much less high reward when she isn’t also particularly high risk.

It seems that this sentiment is growing in the wake of Roadhog’s recent nerf, which causes him to deal far less damage with his hook ability than he used to. Since then, ‘hog isn’t able to one-shot Support heroes, or even Tracers, who have the least HP of any Hero in the game. Admittedly, Orisa’s javelin can’t either, but it can completely bring some abilities, including some ultimates, to a complete stop. The hook’s cooldown is also two seconds longer than the javelin, for some reason.

But of course, this is Overwatch, so there are plenty of other characters in the firing line here. Unsurprisingly, Moira is also named a low-skill Hero, with her detractors saying that all you have to do with her is hold down the attack button and scoop up kills. A few of her mains are throwing Mercy under the bus instead, saying she’s far more beginner friendly, especially since she requires little to no aim.

Despite this, it seems that many are targeting Orisa now that Roadhog has been dealt with. It remains to be seen if future updates address these complaints, but it would not be unexpected. After all, her current kit is new to Overwatch 2, so there’s still room to improve


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