An Egyptian bazaar is not a place where you'd expect a battle. Securing victory will require improvisation.
Temple of Anubis
Temple of Anubis is one of the locations in . It is an Overwatch Assault map.
Nestled among the ancient ruins of the
Giza Plateau on the outskirts of Cairo, the Temple of Anubis is one of many new excavations in the area. While most believe that the site is of interest for archaeological reasons, it also hides the entrance to a research facility that extends deep beneath the earth. The facility is alleged to house an artificial intelligence, but the whole truth is known only to a select few. Not even the agents of Helix Security International, who guard the facility, know what they're protecting.
Overhead map Edit
Omnic Crisis, Overwatch's original strike team quarantined a God Program called Anubis in a research facility beneath the Giza Plateau. Its existence was never made public, and a team of Helix Security International guards was assigned to guard it.
, Anubis briefly broke free and began to take control of Mission Statement omnics in the area. Before it could breach Helix's firewalls, it was defeated by a team led by Pharah.
Easter Eggs Edit
In the attackers' first spawn, there is a tablet with Hearthstone open propped up in front of a folder with a photograph of Ana's Shrike skin.
A Zerg hydralisk skull is mounted on the wall of the vehicle in which attackers spawn at the beginning of the match.
The attackers' spawn vehicle has a murloc spraypainted on the side.
If a player hits the murloc's eye, it will make a noise.
Many hieroglyphs have the symbol of the Horde mixed in with them.
Early concept art focused on pairing traditional architecture with futuristic elements.
Patch changes Edit
August 9, 2016 Patch: Fixed a bug causing a portion of the city wall to display incorrectly on all graphics settings.
August 2, 2016 Patch: During subsequent Competitive rounds on Assault maps, the amount of time provided for team assembly has been reduced.
March 8, 2016 (beta) Patch: A new route has been added to reach the second capture point. The temple gate leading to the second capture point is now wider.
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