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Pink Mercy is back in Overwatch 2, and apart from ruining years of black market accounts, it vaulted the FPS onto Steam's best-sellers list

Blizzard announced that it would be bringing Pink Mercy back to Overwatch 2 a couple of weeks ago, but since then, we've seen quite a fallout in the community, with some devastated about the skin's return while others couldn't be happier. 

Pink Mercy is one of Overwatch 2's rarest skins. Originally sold as part of a charity drive for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the skin was only on sale for a short time, after which Blizzard said it would not be brought back. There are plenty of other skins that are hard to get—Lego Bastion was part of a short-lived collab with the Lego company, while Winston's Blizzcon Noire Skin was only around for a year before being canned. However, none of these other rare skins are as sought after by Overwatch 2 players because they aren't Mercy, and, well, they aren't pink. 

There are a couple of websites that sell accounts (which is not allowed under Blizzard's TOS, if you're wondering), and if you look at one of the popular ones, you can see a few that are over $1,000 and a fair few in triple digits, all of which have access to Pink Mercy. Believe it or not, those prices are down significantly from where they were just a few weeks ago: Before Blizzard announced that it would be bringing the Mercy skin back in aid of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation again, almost every account was worth thousands of dollars. But now, as the Pink Mercy skin will no longer be as rare as it once was, we've seen a drop from thousands of dollars for one of these accounts to hundreds. This is still a ridiculous amount of money to pay for an Overwatch account, but apparently it's been quite a blow to black-market sellers, nevertheless. 

But there are plenty of other players who are absolutely elated at the return of the skin. «I feel like a mob boss laughing in my executive chair watching the black market just completely crumble,» one player says in a Reddit thread. 

For the longest time, there was strange rhetoric attached to the skin as some

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