Blizzard's upcoming team-based shooter finally has a release window. Overwatch, which recently entered private beta, will be coming to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 — yes, it's coming to consoles — in Spring 2016. The company additionally announced an Origins edition of the game which will feature (among other goodies) in-game items for virtually every other title in Blizzard's library.
Though it's traditionally only dabbled in console development, Blizzard found success porting Diablo 3 to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 (and then again when it released the Ultimate Evil Edition for Xbox One and PS4). It was also speculated that Overwatch might become a free-to-play game à la Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm. That's not the case — you can pre-purchase the game for PC now for $59.99.
Blizzard has additionally partnered with hardware maker Razer for Overwatch-licensed keyboard and mouse, both of which will launch around the time of the game.