Hasbro Will Design Overwatch’s Reaper Nerf Gun

Overwatch is releasing its very own official Nerf gun based on Reaper’s Hellfire shotgun.

The Nerf Rival Overwatch Reaper Wight Edition blaster will be developed in a collaboration between Blizzard Entertainment and the Nerf Rival brand from Hasbro. A few months ago, Blizzard Entertainment announced that they will be partnering up with Hasbro to bring Nerf gun replicas from Overwatch and Reaper’s shotgun will be the first of many nerf guns to come.

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The blaster is a close replica of the Overwatch’s Reaper shotgun and also a fully functional toy. It can hold eight of Nerf’s Rival rounds, equipped with indicators, spring-action mechanism and also a safety lock. Hasbro has yet to announce its price and since it is a Blizzard’s merchandise where quality is expected, the blaster toy might be a little bit pricey compared to other available nerf gun in the market.

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