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Can't Stop, Won't Stop! Lucio-Oh's Walmart Sales Now Open

December 17, 2018

By: Robert N. Adams

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If you're a fan of Overwatch and delicious cereal, there's great news today: Lucio-Oh's Walmart sales are now open!

Lucio-Oh's is a formerly fictional cereal based on Lúcio in Overwatch. What began as a spray and a voice line eventually evolved into a real-world product that was revealed to the world at Blizzcon 2018. It's genuinely a real cereal, and Lucio-Oh's Walmart sales just opened up very recently according to an eagle-eyed Redditor on the /r/Overwatch subreddit.


The reveal of the cereal also showed the world a pretty great commercial that tells you just how these delicious little circles are part of a balanced breakfast. Check out the commercial below!


Aside from getting some delicious cereal, you'll also get access to a code that gives you a "Loot Boost" in Overwatch. Loot Boosts are redeemed through Kellogg's Family Rewards and they're a bit better than just getting a solitary free loot box like you can with some other Kellogg's products. You'll get an additional loot box every time you level up for your next three levels! Other Kellogg's products like Pringles and Pop-Tarts afford you the opportunity to score a solitary free loot box with qualifying purchases.

Lucio-Oh's can be picked up on Walmart's website for around four bucks a box. Unfortunately, it's out of stock on the online store at the time of writing but it may very well be available in one of your local stores. (The fact that is now stocking the cereal is also a good sign that it's probably at other retailers, too.)


If you'd like to munch down on the latest edition of video games cereal, you can read more about the Lucio-Oh's Walmart deals by heading over to the product's page on

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Are you going to hop on the Lucio-Oh's Walmart deal? Do you think this video game cereal will actually be good? How long do you think it will stick around? Let us know in the comments below!

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!