Overwatch 2 players were thrilled when the Cow on Busan was finally fixed

Liam Ho

❘ Published: 2023-03-09T06:01:11

❘ Updated: 2023-03-09T06:01:20

Overwatch 2 players are delighted after noticing that the inflatable cow on the Busan map now has the correct physics applied, allowing it to wobble like normal.

Overwatch 2’s colorful roster of heroes offers an equally colorful array of maps for players to battle on. From the classic streets of London on the King’s Row map to the sunny beaches of Paraíso, there’s definitely no shortage of variety for the maps in Overwatch 2.

Besides the maps with different locations, almost all of them have cute little easter eggs or bonuses that reward players who explore the map instead of contesting the objective.

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One of these maps in particular has a large inflatable cow above them. Busan is a Control Point map, meaning there are three different tiers that teams can play on. One of them is Downtown, which is exactly what players expect, a downtown-like area of ​​Busan with busy streets and shops.

There are loads of cute Easter eggs downtown, including a train that runs near the point, an arcade machine resembling the Dance Dance Revolution, and even a full-fledged karaoke club where certain heroes sing as the players play they bring microphone.

BlizzardBusan hosts one of the few spawn rooms with a built-in karaoke room.

However, by far the best Easter egg on the entire Downtown Busan map is the large inflatable cow in front of one of the team’s spawn rooms. This giant inflatable cow looks over at the spawn, almost begging players to interact with it.

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Players who shoot the cow will notice just how wavy the dinghy actually is, and it’s incredibly silly to see it wobble around while you fire your ammo at it. However, the inflatable cow has been bugged for quite some time, resulting in its physics not wobbling in the way players expect.

Luckily, Blizzard was smart enough to know what the player base wanted and made sure to fix arguably the most important aspect of the game. The cow’s wobbly physics have been fixed in the latest patch released for the game, with the community absolutely loving the announcement. One user even posted a celebratory video of the cow wiggling to the music.

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Blizzard loved the creativity of this thank you and even featured the video in a tweet on Play Overwatch’s official Twitter page. Players were quick to thank Blizzard for all their hard work and were happy to see that peace had returned to downtown Busan.