We don’t know.
There have been rumors about a female Overwatch medic for some time now.
It’s possible we’ll see her in Overwatch 2 or the next expansion.
But what we do know is that Overwatch 2 will introduce the first female Overwatch player to the game.
And, if she is as strong as she claims, she’ll make for a strong ally.
“The first Overwatch medic will be a true warrior,” said Overwatch co-creator and Overwatch director Sean Murray in a press conference earlier this year.
“She will be the first Overwatch player who can heal people from the front lines, and her healing ability is unmatched in the game.”
The only reason we don’t see a female medic in the first expansion is that there’s currently no female character in Overwatch to represent them.
Overwatch 3 will feature a female healer, a healer that specializes in healing allies and other specializations, and a tank that specializes only in damage mitigation.
That said, we still don’t have a clear indication that this will be Overwatch 2’s first female medic.
“If you want to get a little more specific about that, the first two expansions will have female characters in the classes that are the most important to them,” Murray said.
“That means tanks, tanks, healers.
If you want a more specific example of that, that’s the Tank class in Overwatch, which is the first-person-shooter class in the entire game.
That class, the tanks, they have a healing ability.
The tanks, in the early game, were really important to the Overwatch story and the heroes that they were helping.
So, that class, in particular, had a healing power that we wanted to bring in.”
In addition to the female Overwatch character, there’s a female version of the sniper.
When we first heard about the female sniper, we were intrigued.
We thought it might be cool to see a sniper with her own kit.
However, Murray said it’s unlikely that the female character would have any special abilities other than being a sniper.
That would be a big departure from the way female characters are presented in other games, and Murray has said that he’s not interested in a gender-swapped character.
The reason for this is that, as a developer, Murray is not interested (or even aware) of gender differences in games.
In fact, he said, his goal with Overwatch is to make the player feel that the player is a person with a specific identity.
So, the only reason he would include a female sniper in the expansion is because he wants to create a character who can be a hero.
That means that he can’t have any abilities that would change her gender.
“I don’t want her to have a weapon that is a weapon,” Murray explained.
“And so we’re not going to be making any abilities, like she has a gun or a sword or something, because that would just be weird.”
So the only thing we know for sure about the upcoming female Overwatch Medic is that she’s a tank.
But that doesn’t mean she’s the only tank that’s been created.
Murray has also hinted at other female characters.
“There’s a character called The Witch that was designed by me,” Murray told GameSpot last year.
Murray told Polygon in 2017 that there was a female character that he was working on called Widowmaker, but that she was never finished.
This is the same story for Overwatch 2.
Murray said that there will be an Overwatch 2 female Overwatch 2 character, but it’s still a work in progress.
“We’re still working on it,” Murray added.
“It’s not going into the final game.
There’s not a single character we’re actually working on right now that we’re really excited about.”
We don’T Know for Sure If There’s a Female Overwatch Medic at All, but Murray is Still Very Confident We don’t think there’s much to be gained by asking “will there be a female hero in Overwatch 3?”
The only real answer we have is that Murray has already told us.
“I think there will definitely be a character in the Overwatch universe,” Murray assured us last year, before adding that we’d be seeing a female player in Overwatch.
“What I’m saying is that we’ve got a lot of people working on Overwatch 2 and there will certainly be a future female character.”
That said; it’s possible that we’ll never hear the truth about the first ever Overwatch medic.
Murray and co-founders Phil Robb and Jeff Kaplan did say at BlizzCon that there would be at least one female character for Overwatch 3.
It may not be a tank or a sniper, but the two of them are very excited about that possibility.
They’re also very excited that we can finally hear about the character we’ve been waiting for for so long.