Surprise, you can still see Tracer's ass in Overwatch with her new pose


Asspocalypse 2016 has ended?

Remember when Blizzard decided to remove a pose for Tracer from Overwatch? You couldn't possibly forget, as the internet hasn't stopped arguing about it since it happened, blaming each other and just being all-around unpleasant.

Well, fret not, as the new pose has now been implemented and you can still see Tracer's buns in her unrealistically skintight suit. Let's be real: the problem isn't so much the original pose, but more the "so tight I can almost make out her asshole" clothing Tracer is wearing.

At least the new pose is more playful and fits Tracer's character, which was the main complaint that was voiced before the original was removed.

Overwatch's Tracer new over the shoulder pose after last week's request [NeoGAF via Kotaku]

Overwatch's Tracer new over the shoulder pose after last weeks request

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