D.Va is Heroes of the Storm Next Addition To The Nexus

Overwatch’s D.Va is currently accessible in PTR for Blizzard’s MOBA Heroes of the Storm. With the recent release of the Nexus Challenge 2.0 event, Blizzard posted a new trailer to commemorate the occasion which hints that D.Va could be the next hero to be added into the Nexus. After much wait and anticipation, D.Va is finally here.

The Nexus 2.0 update that went live in April, along with the Nexus Challenge event, gave Overwatch players the opportunity to score D.Va based rewards in both games, like the Overwatch D.Va’s Officer skin and D.Va’s Busan Police Hovercycle mount for Heroes of the Storm.

Hana Song or D.Va, is the fifth Overwatch character to join the Nexus, banded together with other famed Overwatch heroes such as Genji, Lucio, Tracer and Zarya.

She will be coming at a later date after the test runs are over. But in the mean time you can team up with a friend and earn tons of loot in both Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm just by playing the game.

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