After weeks of speculation, and even a slight delay in his release, Blizzard has finally unveiled Sigma. As the game's 31st hero, Sigma is described as "an eccentric astrophysicist" who attempts to control the power of gravity. The character's entire theme seems to be centered around gravity. I've got you. The Origin Story covers Sigma's backstory, where he tries to break down just exactly what gravity is and harness the power of a black hole.
Near the end of the teaser, Sigma is shown standing alongside Widowmaker, Sombra, and Moira.
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Naturally, as all backstories go, Sigma's experiment backfires and appears to tear him in half. But here's the catch: Sigma is "unaware that he is being used as a living weapon". As always, we'll keep you updated as and when any more information becomes available about Sigma's abilities or when he'll get his introduction into the game.
Where the trailer takes a turn is that it constantly cuts between a younger and/or sane and calculated vision of Sigma to one that is more psychotic, not-well and/or potentially evil.
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