​In the rush and excitement over ​the latest update to the Overwatch Public Test Region, which included ​Tracer's first nerf, the ​addition of Rialto​Hanzo's rework and Lucio buffs, Horizon Lunar Colony received an update that Blizzard accidentally pushed through to the PTR.

Overwatch principal designer David Adams ​confirmed on the Overwatch forums the changes were accidental and that they won't go live anytime soon.


"Well that wasn’t supposed to happen but there you go," Adams wrote. "We have some changes that we are still working on and testing for the map so what you are seeing here may not be final. Also as an FYI it won’t be released with the next patch and no eta for when it will be released as it is still a rework in progress."


Check out below how the updated map looks and what your favorite new features are!


The new map Rialto also went live on the PTR on Thursday. Game director Jeff Kaplan first introduced and confirmed Rialto's addition to the pool of escort maps during the Overwatch League. Rialto is a district of Venice, Italy. Kaplan explained that "the team has been dying to do a map in Italy so this was a great opportunity!"


Kaplan confirmed last week the map would go live this month.


"Rialto was home to Talon agent Antonio Bartalotti’s sprawling estate and the backdrop to the infamous “Venice Incident,” a turning point for Overwatch and Talon. The Italian government has taken great steps to preserve Venice, and the results are striking. Tourists visiting this picturesque town can sample the regional cuisine, enjoy a relaxing gondola ride, visit Galleria D’arte Omnica, or simply take in the sights with a stroll along the canal," the map's description read.


The oft-discussed Hanzo rework also went live in Thursday's PTR patch.


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