Although the studio certainly leans into cultural stereotypes, it's wary of overstepping that line.
This thought process extended to the characters' sexuality, too."In December we wanted to put a thank you out to our community," said Kaplan."So we made a comic book, written by Michael Chu, our lead writer, which was called Reflections.And what really started to fascinate me when I looked into this, as I read their charter, was this last sentence: 'We decided to act for feminism under her emblem, so that in 2060, someone like D.Va could actually exist.' ""In no way do we aspire to be a political game," he concludes.And the trend seems to be grizzled soldier dude and it made me think about just how different Overwatch was.
It's very different to have an LGBT character in the cover and also one who's a female, so it's something that we're pretty proud of."These design decisions have had an impact on the real-world, too.It's important to show normal things as normal, so they become more normal.A lot of people had expected other characters to maybe be representative of the LGBT community and maybe it wasn't Tracer.To us, what was important about Tracer was that she was this badass, time-travelling hero, first and foremost."I was preparing for this talk and I took a moment to study some of the shooters over the last 10 years and I was looking into these game, and these are some of my favourite games of all time...I started to notice a trend as I put the box covers together.Bisexual means that you are only attracted to girls and boys. Profile AYou could also get this result: For 20 % you are: You are bisexual. This sexuality is very broad - you can love whoever you want, in reality, boys and girls.