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Unlock a LEGO Version of Bastion in Overwatch with Bastion's Brick Challenge

Published: September 19, 2019 5:46 PM

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Quick, name two cool things. If your answers were LEGOs and Overwatch then there's a mashup that's about to be real close to your heart. Until September 30th you can unlock a LEGO version of Bastion.

Called Bastion's Brick Challenge, the challenge is separated into two parts. Half of the rewards are dished out by playing, and winning, matches in the game, while the other half can be earned by watching people play Overwatch on Twitch. If you play and win rounds of Overwatch you can get some fun LEGO-themed goodies. At 3 wins you'll nab a pair of player icons, one depicting a LEGO version of Bastion and the other a LEGO version of his bird. At 6 wins you get a pair of sprays, one with LEGO Pharah and the other with LEGO Mercy. Finally, at 9 wins, you get the grand prize that is a LEGO costume for Bastion himself. You can see what the skin looks like in the video below, and it's sure a treat.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3XJ1cMIk-8

If you're ready to take a break from playing Overwatch, you can also earn some rewards by watching streamers play it on Twitch. If you watch 2 hours of streams you get rewarded with a spray that shows a LEGO version of D.Va. At 4 hours you get a pair of player icons, one with LEGO Tracer and the other with LEGO Widowmaker. Finally at 6 hours you get two more sprays and icons. One spray and icon shows a LEGO Genji, while the other spray and icon is LEGO Hanzo.

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While this is going on, the Blizzard Gear Store will be selling Overwatch LEGO sets at a discount. Almost all sets are currently 20% off, while the Omnic Bastion set is a full 50% off.

Overwatch is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, with a Nintendo Switch version currently in development. Bastion's Brick Challenge will run until September 30th.

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Do you think the LEGO version of Bastion is adorable? Think there's a chance we'll get a LEGO Overwatch game sometime soon? Is Reaper too cool for LEGOs? Let us know in the comments below!

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Developer
Blizzard Entertainment
Publisher
Blizzard Entertainment
Platforms
PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC
Release Date
May 24,2016
Genre
First Person Shooter
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