McCree is a Hero in Overwatch.
"Justice ain't gonna dispense itself."
McCree fires off a round from his trusty six-shooter. He can fan the Peacekeeper's hammer to swiftly unload the entire chamber.
Cooldown: 8 Seconds
McCree dives in the direction he's moving, effortlessly reloading his Peacekeeper in the process.
Cooldown: 10 Seconds
McCree heaves a blinding grenade that explodes shortly after it leaves his hand. The blast staggers enemies in a small radius.
Duration: 6 Seconds
Focus. Mark. Draw. McCree takes a few precious moments to aim; when he's ready to fire, he shoots every enemy in his line of sight. The weaker his targets are, the faster he'll line up a killshot.
- McCree is a good choice for the sidearm enthusiast. His revolver packs a punch, especially on headshots and using his flashbang on an approaching enemy can turn a defensive situation into an offensive one instantly. His overall fire rate lacks, outside of his fanning ability which suffers from poor accuracy at medium to long range so using his roll to evade and reload will be important to staying alive. Using his ultimate on clustered enemies can be especially devastating, resulting in multi kills if lined up properly.
Match up ranking
- Ranking is based on matchup
- Reaper (Strongest)
- Genji (Weakest)
Armed with his Peacekeeper revolver, the outlaw Jesse McCree doles out justice on his own terms.
McCree had already made a name for himself as a member of the notorious Deadlock Gang, which trafficked in illicit weapons and military hardware throughout the American Southwest, when he and his associates were busted in an Overwatch sting operation. With his expert marksmanship and resourcefulness, he was given the choice between rotting in a maximum-security lockup and joining Blackwatch, Overwatch's covert ops division. He chose the latter.
Although he was initially cynical, he came to believe that he could make amends for his past sins by righting the injustices of the world. McCree appreciated the flexibility afforded to the clandestine Blackwatch, unhindered by bureaucracy and red tape. But as Overwatch's influence waned, rogue elements within Blackwatch sought to bring down the organization and turn it to their own ends. Wanting no part of the infighting, McCree set off alone and went underground.
He resurfaced several years later as a gunslinger for hire. But while McCree's talents are sought after by parties great and small, he fights only for causes he believes are just.