Recently Blizzard in Blizzard Carnival announced the “watchman pioneer 2” S10 season new hero “fearless (Venture)” live demo. Venture is the first non-binary gender hero in Overwatch 2, and is an output hero with a powerful drill that can be used to repel opponents and dig into the ground to avoid enemy attacks, proving his bravery in the hero lineup.
Fearless will use “they/them” as a personal pronoun. Non-binary people may fall between traditionally defined male and female expressions (neutral), identify with both or more than one gender (bi-sexual, tri-sexual, pan-sexual), identify as gender-neutral (gender-neutral, gender-neutral), move between two or more gender identities (gender-fluid), have other cross-gender related conditions, be otherwise undefined, or not define themselves, etc. Basically gender identity is separate from sexual or romantic orientation, and non-binary genders are just like cis-genders, with a variety of sexual orientations. Non-binary gender is not associated with a specific gender expression (e.g., intersex personality).
The emergence of the new character “Fearless” marks a deeper exploration of diverse roles in Watch Dogs 2. In the future, Overwatch 2 will bring more of these innovative designs and continue to enhance the gameplay experience.