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Blizzard World isn’t real just yet, but this Map of it sure is

This is a limited edition item with only 1,000 being made available.

Overwatch players collectively drooled, shouted “OMG YES!” and generally freaked out with crazed excitement when Blizzard first announced the new map Blizzard World. It goes without saying that every single one of Blizzard’s fans want this place to exist in real life. It’s Disney World but Blizzard themed, what’s not to love?

Well friends, while we’re not getting a real Blizzard World just yet, Blizzard taking us one small baby step closer by providing you with the opportunity to own a limited-edition Blizzard World art print on the Blizzard Gear store. Check it out.

Please really build this. Please really build this. Please really build this.

Blizzard’s description of the item states, “In Overwatch, heroes do battle in diverse locations around the world. From locales such as the Black Forest to Watchpoint: Gibraltar, each location is unique in both objectives and win conditions… and Blizzard World is no exception! Celebrate this unique Overwatch experience with this exclusive print today.”

The map’s matted with dimensions 10.5″ x 16″ and it comes with a Blizzard World Park Guide pamphlet/foldable park map. If you’re at all interested in owning one of these maps I strongly advise you not to wait. This is a limited edition item with only 1,000 being made. You can pick one up for yourself at the Blizzard Gear store.

Blizzard World is expected to be released to the Overwatch community this coming Tuesday, January 23rd. The patch being released on Tuesday includes over 100 new cosmetic items, including skins, sprays, player icons, emotes and more. Be sure to check back with us for more updates on Overwatch.


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