Surprise! A new character in 'Overwatch,' and PC's 'Player Unknown's Battlegrounds" gets an official release period, despite its success while it does its public bug test.

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One of the top dogs in PC gaming right now is PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds:

The game is a battle royale that brings the 'Hunger Games' to mind:

With the last player standing the winner. While in early access, a public test, it's already gained four million players.
Many PC games can stay in testing for years, but Brendan Greene, who is the "Player Unknown:" in an interview with gaming site Rock-Paper-Shotgun guarantees this game will be out of this phase by October.
Blizzard's 'Overwatch' surprised its community with the release of its latest character Doomfist. Game director Jeff Kaplan explains the playable super-villain:

Has a backstory of being able to destroy skyscrapers in a single punch:

Fans led a petition for actor Terry Crews was rumored to voice the character... and Twitter reacted when they  found his voice wasn't in it. with #NotMyDoomfist.
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Fans of 'Overwatch' have known about the mysterious character since before release, and had been petitioning for actor Terry Crews to voice the Nigerian character, who seemed very excited to do it. When found it out that he wasn't the voice, fans reacted on social media with the #NotMyDoomfist.