Overwatch’s Mei is finally back after her Kiriko-induced leave of absence

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Mei, Overwatch 2’s Mr. Freeze-esque killer with a friendly and bumbling personality, is once again playable (opens in new tab) after 17 days’ unpaid leave. She’s the second legacy hero to be temporarily removed (opens in new tab) from the game since its launch October 4, with fellow day-one hero Bastion (opens in new tab) having been relegated to the sidelines last month due to exploits with his abilities.

Blizzard put Mei in the penalty box on October 31 after players discovered an exploit…

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