'Overwatch' Fans Played 145 Million Uprising Matches

8.5 billion bad guys destroyed during Blizzard's co-op event

'Overwatch' players played a ton of the Uprising event Credit: Blizzard

Blizzard continues to prove that its regular content updates are keeping fans of its games coming back day after day, and today it proved just how effective the most recent four player co-operative Overwatch event Uprising was. In an infographic released on the game's blog, we can see that fans played 145.5 million games across PC and consoles, and that the Null Sector bad guys actually won 11 million more times than the heroes did.

According to this data, players also almost never survived Uprising on its highest difficulty setting, with only 0.6 percent of teams beat the Omnics on legendary in the standard mode (the variant with a set group of heroes working together). Even in the all-heroes version of Uprising, only 1 percent of teams won.

Blizzard's full infographic is below and includes average completion times, the number of loot boxes earned, the most crafted skins and more. It's interesting to note that the largest number of omnics destroyed in a single match was actually on the PlayStation 4 version of the game, and that console players overall destroyed more in a single game than PC players. Yay, aim assist?