While Overwatch gears up for a new sequel at some point in the future, the series' toy and collectible line continues to grow stronger. Blizzard has recently launched its From The Vault store event, featuring a parade of collectibles. To see what that entails, we give a bunch of these goodies a hands-on look.
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Video Editor Greg Burke unboxes a handful of items from Overwatch's From the Vault store event. The contents include a Bastion Funko POP, a limited edition concept sketch of the Overwatch team, a Jinx hoodie, and a slew of Overwatch Hot Wheels toy cars. Every character seems to have their own vehicle of different size and design. The video caps off with a giant Meka figure for D.Va, offering a near picture perfect re-creation of her classic mech skin.
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