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This set is awesome! Compared to the other sets it isn't the best but its a great small set and is very well detailed. The 2 figures it comes with are very well detailed and are very accurate to the game. I'd definitely recommend this set to any Overwatch fan or for someone who wants a small, very good set.
This set is really good. Like all the other Overwatch sets I've gotten so far, I got this for the people. They did not disappoint. Minifigs: Tracer: The printing is amazing on this. Her guns are surprisingly sleek and she had a double sided face with one smiling and one smirking. Her lightning backpack thing also fits with the character surprisingly well. I also love the new hair piece. A+. Widowmaker: This character is definitely my favorite from the set. Like Tracer, the printing is stunning. She also has two faces, one with a determined expression, and another with an aiming expression. She comes with a sniper rifle and a grappling hook. While the rifle is slightly oversized, it looks awesome and fits the character surprisingly well. A+. Builds: Drone: I'm assuming that in-game, this is not driven by people. However, in the set, it is. If you want it to be a drone, there are two 2x3 tiles that come with the set to cover up the seat. There are some cool building techniques and rare pieces involved in this build. There's also a little compartment in the back to store a power up that comes in the set. (not shown in any pictures.) It also comes with a docking/recharging plate that is printed very well. A-. Final thoughts: This is an excellent set. You get what you pay for and then some. The minifies are excellent and I hope to see more like this out soon.
This is a pretty good little set. If you're just looking to dip your toes in the Overwatch theme, this is not a bad way to do it. The minifigs are great, the set is accurate to the game, and it includes some cool parts, all for a decent price.
I enjoyed this build, and I think the figures are terrific, even allowing for the lack of arm printing. The set is let down a little by the reliance of stickers , especially for the detail on the curved wedge brick. The final model is quite swooshable, and it appears to be able to integrate further with the rocket to be built in 75975.
All in all, you're going to buy this set for the minifigs. The Overwatch line has 12 of the current 29 heroes (and 2 Bastion models, which I don't know if they count). I haven't heard any plans about a new line of Overwatch sets, so this may be all we're getting.
I have been looking forward to the Overwatch theme and am delighted to report that 75970 Tracer vs. Widowmaker certainly matches my expectations! Both characters are exceptionally popular and their minifigure incarnations look fantastic, featuring impressive printed detail as well as some new pieces. The pistol component could prove particularly useful given its plethora of attachment points.
Tracer vs. Widowmaker (75970) is a pretty decent set and the price point is on par of what we get with other licensed sets. The minifigures are the main draw here as they look pretty much perfect. The satellite drone payload is a nice addition and it doesn't look too bad either.
Easily one of my favourite sets of the series as it contains two really popular characters from the PC Game plus it is a great introductory set to non-LEGO fans who are fans of the game.
Rather than merely being an accessory for the larger 75975 Watchpoint: Gibraltar set that it is easy to assume that it would be, the Satellite Drone pleasantly surprises by working as a fun model in its own right. Add to that, two very desirable minifigures at a price that won't break the bank and 75970 Tracer vs. Widowmaker is a great value package that will probably still appeal more to Overwatch devotees than general collectors, but should be not be overlooked for anyone who is just a fan of neat, well-executed LEGO sets.