Overwatch Player Creates a Roller Coaster in Workshop

An Overwatch player created a rollercoaster in a workshop.
An Overwatch player created a rollercoaster in a workshop. / Photo courtesy of Blizzard

An Overwatch player created a roller coaster in the Workshop, proving once again, the players of Overwatch are more creative than the creators of Overwatch.

Workshop was easily the best addition of Overwatch, and while the content has slowed to a crawl as Blizzard focuses on Overwatch 2, Workshop creation has never stopped. Darwin has been one of the best creators, making racing tracks, and even had a feature written on him because of creativity.

Overwatch Player Creates a Roller Coaster in Workshop

Redditor ochotonida showed off the masterpiece, and even gave a tour of the ride itself. It's actually rideable, as players can jump on an Orisa who works as a seat. Until Overwatch 2 comes out, players are going to be busy in the Workshop, or trying new things. Like use a team of Wrecking Balls in Lucioball. As you can imagine, it was chaotic.

They were all swinging madly around the ball at high speed. This would be silly enough on its own, but things really kick off when the ball somehow gets launched into the air. Suddenly six giant flaming Wrecking Balls are rocketing around the stadium behind the ball, bouncing chaotically from floor to ceiling in an instant.

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