Overwatch 2 players elated as the cow on Busan has finally been fixed

Overwatch 2 players elated as the cow on Busan has finally been fixed

Liam Ho

❘ Published: 2023-03-09T06:01:11

❘ Updated: 2023-03-09T06:01:20

Overwatch 2 players rejoice after noticing that the bloated cow on the Busan map now has the correct physics applied, allowing it to move as normal.

Overwatch 2’s colorful cast of heroes has an equally colorful cast of maps for players to battle. From the classic streets of London in the King’s Row map to the sunny beaches of Paraíso, there’s definitely no shortage when it comes to the variety of maps in Overwatch 2.

In addition to maps with different locations, almost all of them have cool easter eggs or bonuses, which reward players for exploring the map instead of opposing the objective.

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One of these maps in particular features a large inflatable cow above them. Busan is a checkpoint map, meaning there are three different stages that teams can play in. One of them is Downtown, which is exactly what players expect, an area in the center of Busan city, with busy streets and shops.

Downtown has a lot of neat easter eggs in it, including a train that runs past the point, an arcade machine that’s similar to the dance floor revolution, and even a full karaoke club where some heroes will sing if the players bring them to the microphone.

BlizzardBusan hosts one of the only spawn rooms with a built-in karaoke room.

However, the best easter egg in the entire Downtown Busan map is the huge inflatable cow outside one of the squad rooms. This massive bloated cow stares at the eggs, almost begging players to interact with it.

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Players shooting at the cow will appreciate how wavy the inflatable really is, and it’s pretty silly to watch it move as you shoot ammo into it. However, the cow inflator has been broken for quite some time, causing its physics to not move the way players have come to expect.

Fortunately, Blizzard was smart enough to know what the player base wanted and made sure to fix perhaps the most important aspect of the game. The cow movement physics were fixed in the latest patch released to the game, with the community absolutely delighted by the announcement. One user even posted a celebratory video of the cow dancing to the music.

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Blizzard loved the creativity of this tribute and even highlighted the video in a tweet on the official Play Overwatch Twitter page. Players were quick to thank Blizzard for all their hard work and were happy to see that peace was once again restored to Downtown Busan.

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