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Overwatch Lúcio-Oh's are now a real cereal coming later this year

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Overwatch Lúcio-Oh’s are now a real cereal coming later this year

A partnership with Kellogg’s brings the fan favorite DJ’s cereal to fans this December.

Blizzard revealed all sorts of exciting new content coming to their games during the opening ceremony of BlizzCon 2018. But their games aren’t the only new content for fans to enjoy, there’s now cereal too. Yes you read that correctly. Through a partnership with Kellogg’s, Lúcio-Oh’s cereal will be made available in December of this year.

The announcement was also shared on Twitter for those that weren’t able to watch the BlizzCon opening ceremonies.

https://twitter.com/PlayOverwatch/status/1058420725810253824

The concept for Lúcio-Oh’s was born out of an in-game spray, which quickly caught fire with fans that wanted Blizzard to make the cereal for real. Several online petitions were launched in support of Lúcio-Oh’s and shockingly enough it worked.

Last month fans got their first big hint that the cereal was actually happening for real when an online listing for Kellogg’s made Lúcio-Oh’s was discovered. The listing appears to have been accurate as it’s been confirmed that a sonic vanilla flavor exists, as well as a free loot boost (with purchase).

Fans lucky enough to be attending BlizzCon can sample the cereal throughout the event, while the rest of the world will have to wait until December to get their hands on it.

Lúcio-Oh’s wasn’t the only major announcement this weekend for Overwatch, Blizzard also announced the game’s 29th hero, Ashe.

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