|Title||Freedom Fighting DJ|
|Price||750 / 10,000|
|Release Date||February 14, 2017|
Lúcio, the Freedom Fighting DJ, is a ranged support hero from the Overwatch universe. From the streets of Rio to the clubs on King's Row, Lúcio's beats bring the party to life, and drive the people to action. Now he's on tour in the Nexus, ready to break it down, and to continue fighting for what's right.
Lúcio is a highly mobile support who constantly heals or grants movement speed to all allies around him.
Background[edit | edit source]This section concerns content exclusive to the Overwatch universe.
Lúcio is an international celebrity who inspires social change through his music and actions.
Lúcio Correia dos Santos grew up in Rio de Janeiro, in a poor and crowded favela that was hit hard by the financial upheaval following the Omnic Crisis. As Brazil began the long process of recovery, he wanted to find a way to lift the spirits of those around him. He found his answer in music and its power to bring people together and even help them forget their troubles, if only for a short time. He performed on street corners, in block parties, and as he got older, at a string of legendary underground shows.
But Lúcio's close-knit community was thrown into chaos when the multinational Vishkar Corporation secured a contract to redevelop large tracts of the city. Lúcio and his neighbors had been told that the development would improve their lives. However, that promise never became a reality. Vishkar imposed controls on the residents in the name of building a more orderly society: enforcing curfews, cracking down on what the company perceived as lawless behavior, and exploiting the populace as a cheap labor force.
Lúcio wouldn't stand for it. He stole Vishkar sonic technology that had been used to suppress the people, and he converted it into a tool to rally them to action. In a popular uprising, they drove Vishkar out of their neighborhoods. Lúcio's leadership made him a star overnight and a symbol for positive social change. His music skyrocketed in popularity. Whereas he had once performed locally, he was now filling arenas across the world.
With his newfound fame, Lúcio realizes that he has an opportunity to make a difference and change the world for the better.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Talents[edit | edit source]
❢ Reward: Increase Amped Speed Boost to 60%.
❢ Reward: Increase its radius by 20%.
Place a killable ward on the ground that gives nearby allies your Crossfade and Amp It Up auras (auras do not stack). Lasts 30 seconds. Max 1.
After a 1 second delay, grant yourself and all nearby allied Heroes an X point shield that decays to 0 over 6 seconds.
If your current Crossfade track is Speed Boost, slow nearby enemy Heroes by 40% for 3 seconds. If your current Crossfade track is Healing Boost, damage nearby enemy Heroes for X damage per second for 3 seconds.
Can only happen once per cast.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
Skins[edit | edit source]
| Lúcio Skins|
|Backstory: From the streets of Rio to the clubs on King's Row, Lúcio's beats bring the party to life, and drive the people to action. Now he's on tour in the Nexus, ready to break it down, and to continue fighting for what's right.|
750 / 10,000
Freedom Fighting DJ
|Backstory: Hip. Hop.|
|Backstory: Vishkar's sonic technology was a good starting point, but the pursuit of perfection in sound quality demands keeping up to date with the latest in audio equipment.|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Lúcio first appeared in Overwatch (2016).
- Lúcio is voiced by Jonny Cruz.
- Lúcio hails from southern Brazil, and is 26 years old.
- Lúcio's Ribbit skin is based on his Overwatch skin of the same name.
- The third tint of Lúcio's Ribbit skin is based in his Overwatch skin named HippityHop.
- Lúcio is the first Overwatch support hero in the game, the second being the much older Ana.
- Lúcio has a strong rivalry with Symmetra due to his history against Vishkar.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
General[edit | edit source]
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Videos[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- YouTube, accessed on 2017-02-03
[edit | edit source]
- Lúcio Hero Week
- Lúcio - Heroes of the Storm
- Lúcio - Overwatch
- Lúcio - Overwatch Wiki
- Lúcio Build Guide on Icy Veins
- Lúcio Balance Changelog - Heroes Patch Notes
- Lucio Sound Files - Sounds of the Storm