Overwatch is loaded with memorable heroes, yet few need as much skill to use accurately as Doomfist. In any case, while the combo-focused Overwatch saint has a great deal of abilities at his disposal, a new clip highlights two players that are afraid to use them.
Doomfist is worked around chaining abilities together, and those that master his skills can use the legend adequately in one-on-one encounters. Rising Uppercut launches enemies into the air, Seismic Slam sees Doomfist hitting the ground, and Rocket Punch can see him dealing immense damage with his gauntlet assuming players are thumped into a wall. Notwithstanding, he also has a Hand Cannon, with his non-gauntlet hand allowing him to shoot shotgun pellets from his knuckles.
Considering that the Hand Cannon employed by Doomfist is modeled off a shotgun, it is all abOverwatch | Game Rantout dealing close range damage. While it can be powerful when worked into his punch-heavy combos, the weapon is borderline useless at long range. With the pellets spreading so a lot, they deal minuscule damage when connecting to a far-off target. In any case, this is exactly what makes a clip from Jeyzor so interesting, as two distinct Doomfists resort to using their Hand Cannons to battle each other from far away.
Taking place on the top degree of one of the buildings from the Overwatch map Ilios, this battle is jokingly described as the "most intense 1v1" players will at any point see. The battle seen in the clip is absolutely hilarious, as the two Doomfist players refuse to engage with each other in an appropriate battle. While the battle would be significantly speedier assuming the two were using their abilities, it is much more fun watching them fire their Hand Cannons for 15 seconds straight. With the players on opposite ends of a walkway, they are dealing less than 20 damage a shot, which ensures that the battle lasts a bit since Doomfist has 250 health.
Perhaps the funniest part of the clip is the kill feed in the upper right corner. Clearly, there is a lot of fighting going on elsewhere in the Overwatch match, probable on the goal. In any case, instead of these two Doomfist players running off to assist their team, they with choosing to spend their time fighting each other away from the point. While this probably frustrated their teammates, it resulted in some hilarious footage on par with other interesting Overwatch clips, and the 10,000 upvotes the post has gotten shows how much other gamers appreciated the video.
With Overwatch 2's release probably still far away, players should keep busy on the original game for quite a while. Alongside events like Overwatch Lunar New Year 2022, clips like these will go far to keeping discussion around the franchise alive.