Mei is the Deadliest Winston Hunter In This Adorable Overwatch Comic

Mei is the Deadliest Winston Hunter In This Adorable Overwatch Comic

Mei, the deadliest game.

Blizzard is celebrating the holidays with a Winter Wonderland event this year. Unique to 2017 is a new, limited time, Yeti Hunt mode where a team of Meis hunt down one angry Yeti Winston. To celebrate the event, Blizzard put out a new holiday comic, and it makes a pretty compelling case that Mei might be Overwatch's deadliest hunter.

Titled, "Yeti Hunt," the comic by Robert Brooks and artist Omegawatt is a short, dialogue-free comic that illustrates the tense, but adorable, showdown between Mei and Winston. You can check out the full comic over at Blizzard's Overwatch comics portal here.

Credit: Blizzard Entertainment, Omegawatt

Funny enough, this comic actually reminds me of another Yeti Hunt comic on Twitter, this time a fancomic by artist @puptum. This comic is a bit darker than the official Yeti Hunt comic, though no less adorable. Basically, it feels like Mei's status as a feared hunter of Winstons is canon.

You can play Overwatch's Winter Wonderland event right now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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