Overwatch's In-Game Lucio-Oh's Cereal May Soon Be a Reality

Overwatch's In-Game Lucio-Oh's Cereal May Soon Be a Reality

Now you can really have some Lucio-Oh's.

In Overwatch, one of my Lucio's assigned voice lines is a tag line for a fictional cereal brand: Lucio-Oh's. It's the DJ's own brand of cereal, and it even gets its own spray in Overwatch. This December, it seems, Lucio-Oh's is finally coming to life.

Lucio-Oh's box art, from One Food Service listing.

The blog The Junk Food Aisle caught wind of the new Overwatch cereal in a product listing, which includes box art and information on a special "Loot Boost" that comes with the cereal—which nets you an extra loot box the next time you level up. This is the latest news on the video game cereal front, with recent experiments such as Funko's own cereal line emerging, which includes familiar heroes such as Mega Man.

The cereal, though it may appear like Apple Jacks, is actually "sonic vanilla" flavored. While Blizzard nor Activision has officially announced the new cereal yet, the Loot Boost offer on the box sure is similar to another loot-related promotion between Overwatch and Kellogg's cereal, as noticed by Eurogamer, tipping towards this cereal collaboration being all the more likely. Lucio-Oh's will reportedly hit store shelves on December 3. Soon Overwatch's seasonal event will return too, you can see its revealed skins so far and more in our Overwatch Halloween Terror 2018 guide.

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Caty McCarthy

Senior Editor

Caty McCarthy is a former freelance writer whose work has appeared in Kill Screen, VICE, The AV Club, Kotaku, Polygon, and IGN. When she's not blathering into a podcast mic, reading a book, or playing a billion video games at once, she's probably watching Terrace House or something. She is currently USgamer's Senior Editor.

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