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I haven't used him since the nerf. Been using Dva and Zenyatta a lot lately. Is he useless now? Before the nerf, it wasn't anything special to see a team full of him. Now I don't think I've seen a single person use him. Is he that bad, or other people are just that much better?
I'm thinking of using him, mainly for his armor, cause I hate when I'm only a team full of low health heroes. I'd love to give them my armor.
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I still use him in QP and in early level comp and solo queue comp on some of the assault maps but most notably I use him a lot on Hollywood. It's rare you'll run into Widow makers but the main concerns is Junkrat so you have to put it in a decent place. Then I spend most of the match shotgunning folks and throwing armor everywhere.
You get some armor! AND YOU GET SOME ARMOR!
Just tossing these gold plates all over the f***ing map.
The benefit is if I die, I save my Ultimate and unleash it, and that will help us retake the point most of the time.
However, sometimes I get steam rolled and the team is on point and I just switch to Zenyatta or something and shut the team down.
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This, and his rivet gun being so insane if you get good placement on your shots mean the nerf didn't really hurt people who utilized his kit properly. The only people who were hurt by his nerf are the s***ters who have no idea how to play the game and sit there in a random corner smacking the turret with their hammer all game.
His +75 armor drops are huge, and he still does massive damage with his alternative shotgun fire, especially when you use his ult. While his turret isn't as OP as before, it's still does decent damage and is a good annoyance to have. I still see him being used routinely on defense, and well at that.