On September “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,” the official Overwatch Twitter page poked fun at a Naturo runner at the Storm Area 51 attack, but quickly spiralled out of command after millions of individuals replied to the case as “continuing.”

Area 51 as a mythical place where aliens and UFOs are placed and investigated under rigorous public privacy has a wealthy background in American culture. Despite being meant as a pun, the concept of having millions of individuals attack the building effectively had lawful assistance.

A Facebook screenshot of the case that has now been deleted.

“We will all gather at the tourist attraction of the Area 51 Alien Center and organize our admission,” read the initial message of the case. “We can move faster than their bullets if we run Naruto. Let’s see them, aliens. “While project designer Matty Roberts ultimately removed the incident and public authorities even advised individuals against trespassing, individuals from around the world still appeared at the case called” Alienstock “and the” Storm ‘ Area 51 Basecamp Experience “that had morphed into music festivals.

Amusingly and now famously, a festivalgoer performed one of the previously referenced “Naturo runs” during the hit of a report on live TV during a 13 Actions News report from the event.
The clip distributed rapidly over the internet and became gifs and memes.

Even the formal Overwatch Twitter entered the entertainment with their protagonist Moira’s clip doing her Naruto-inspired ride on the Anubis Temple chart along with her speech tag ‘ science will uncover the reality.’

Could this meme have more?

As previously reported by Dexerto, a unique new object appeared in the last patch of the game in Overwatch’s Ecopoint map.
The object, a snow globe of kinds with the term “GREY” on it came up with no background causing some to think that this might be an indication of a fresh map or announced champion in the near future.

Interestingly, with their large faces and black hair, the Greys are the same as the stereotypical alien species portrayed in science fiction. Would the next star of Overwatch be some kind of alien?
Is an alien too much of a strain for a match of speaking gorillas, robot monks, purple-skinned snipers, teleporters, and mech-sized hamster-piloted wrecking sticks? We’re going to have to continue and see.