HEROES OF THE STORM'S Genji Spotlight Trailer Highlights Some Sick Combos!

HEROES OF THE STORM'S Genji Spotlight Trailer Highlights Some Sick Combos!

Blizzard released a new spotlight trailer for their upcoming character Genji. Hit the jump and check out Genji's combo and let us know what you think!

Blizzard's latest character Genji will be joining the Nexus as part of the Heroes of the Storm 2.0 release tomorrow. The new map, Hanamura Battleground will also be apart of the re-tooled Heroes of the Storm.

Genji brings some pretty epic abilities to take to the nexus! Check them out below!
  • Shuriken (Basic): Throws three shuriken in a spread pattern to deal damage. Three charges of this move can be stored, and its cooldown restores all three charges.
  • Deflect (Basic): For 1.25 seconds, Genji blocks damage and automatically fires back Kunai, dealing damage to the closest enemy.
  • Swift Strike (Basic): A forward dash that deals damage to enemies in the area of effect. The cooldown and mana cost of this ability is automatically replenished if an enemy hero dies within two seconds of being hit by this attack.
  • Dragonblade (Heroic): For eight seconds, Genji unleashes his sword, just like his Ultimate in Overwatch. In conjunction with Swift Strike, he can lunge forward to deal damage in a large arc. Swift Strike's replenish condition still applies.
  • X-Strike (Heroic): Unique to Heroes of the Storm, Genji slashes his target twice to deal damage. After 1.25 seconds, an area of effect deals additional damage.

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About Heroes of the Storm:

Heroes of the Storm (HotS) is a multiplayer online battle arena video game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment for Microsoft Windows and macOS. The game features heroes from Blizzard's franchises including Warcraft, Diablo, StarCraft, The Lost Vikings, and Overwatch.
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