Hanzo Dmg

With the Top 500 leaderboards for Season 10 finally being out and Overwatch’s Hanzo pretty much dominating the DPS meta, Blizzard Entertainment has announced a nerf to the recently introduced Storm Arrows. Lead designer Geoff Goodman revealed on the official forums that Storm Arrows’ damage per arrow would be reduced from 80 to 70. This change will go live in the upcoming patch.

The axe nature dmg proc scales with spell dmg if you have any on your gear whereas Hanzo sword is better for hp/mana regen from Seal/Judgement of Light/Wisdom My advice - use both - use the axe when you want to do damage and switch to Hanzo when you need to regen. “Hanzo main” is basically one of the meanest insults in the game, and your left nipple is always a little chilly. Well, at least the recent Hanzo rework was a success! This is probably the strongest Hanzo has ever been. In fact, he’s a little too strong, so the Overwatch developers are hitting him with a nerf.

According to Goodman, the change “Not only drops them out of one-shot territory for 200 hp heroes (w/ dmg boost), but also drops them out of one-shot range of 150 heroes such as Tracer and D.Va pilot.” So if you’ve been unable to properly react against a Hanzo as Tracer because of Storm Arrow spam, this will be some relief.

“The ability will still be very strong overall, but this change should help mitigate the most frustrating element of fighting against it,” said Goodman. The patch will go live on the Public Test Realm server soon. In the meantime, players will have to deal with Hanzo effectively dominating the meta thanks to his high damage against tanks, increased mobility thanks to Lunge and significant uptime of Dragonstrike.

At this point, it should be interesting to see which version of Hanzo (and Brigitte, for that matter) is played when Stage 4 of the Overwatch League commences.

'With every death comes honor. With honor, redemption.'
Hanzo Shimada
Genji (brother)
Mercenary, Assassin
Hanamura, Japan (formerly)
Shimada Clan (formerly)

Hanzo 'Hanzo' Shimada is a Damage class hero in Overwatch.

  • 2Extra Ability Information
  • 3Strategy


Hanzo nocks and fires an arrow at his target.
29.4 - 125 (depending on charge)
-30% (fully charged)
Hanzo Dmg
Hanzo launches an arrow that contains a sonar tracking device. Any enemy within its detection radius is visibly marked, making them easier for Hanzo and his allies to hunt down.
12 seconds
For the Arrow itself, see Storm Arrow (above)
9 meter radius
6 seconds
Hanzo’s next several arrows fire without charge-up time, but at reduced damage. Can be canceled manually.
10 seconds
Projectile Speed:
Fire Rate:
70 per arrow
100 m/s
5 seconds or until ammo is depleted.
Hanzo can double jump, allowing him to change direction mid-jump.
5 seconds
7.75 meters
Jump at walls to climb up them.
7.15 m/s (vertical)
Up to 4 meter vertical climb
Hanzo summons a Spirit Dragon which travels through the air in a line. It passes through walls in its way, devouring any enemies it encounters.
Damage (Dragons):
Initiation Arrow:
Cast Time:
Projectile Speed:
150 damage per second, per dragon
125 dmg, even if shot with Storm Arrow
2 seconds (initial animation + arrow)
20 m/s

Extra Ability Information[edit]

Dragon Strike[edit]

- Does not damage deployed objects such as turrets.

- If shot directly and the target is still, the damage will last for 3.3 seconds.

- The hitbox is actually both dragons, meaning the ultimate deals less damage at the edges, and combined at the center.

- Does up to 993.6 damage against a stationary target




Mastering his skills as a bowman and an assassin, Hanzo Shimada strives to prove himself as a warrior without peer.

The Shimada family was established centuries ago, a clan of assassins whose power grew over the years, enabling them to build a vast criminal empire that profited from lucrative trade in arms and illegal substances. As the eldest son of the family's head, Hanzo was bound by duty to succeed his father and rule the Shimada empire. From a young age, he was trained for that responsibility, displaying a natural aptitude for leadership and possessing an innate understanding of strategy and tactics. He also excelled in more practical areas: he was a prodigy in martial arts, swordplay, and bowmanship.

Upon the death of his father, the clan elders instructed Hanzo to straighten out his wayward younger brother so that he, too, might help rule the Shimada empire. When his brother refused, Hanzo was forced to kill him. This act broke Hanzo's heart and drove him to reject his father's legacy, ultimately leading him to abandon the clan and all that he had worked so hard to attain.

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Now, Hanzo travels the world, perfecting his skills as a warrior, attempting to restore his honor and put the ghosts of his past to rest.


Hanzo Damage Headshot

  • Voiced by Paul Nakauchi

Version History[edit]

Hanzo Dmg Hack

Balance Patch History
Patch VersionBalance Changes
September 1, 2016 Patch
  • Hanzo will now experience a 30% decrease in speed while aiming (formerly 40%)
  • Maximum projectile speed has been increased by 30%
  • Arrow size has been reduced by 33%
March 17, 2016 Patch[note 1]
  • Scatter Arrow
    • Fragments will no longer be calculated as a headshot against an enemy player
February 9, 2016 Patch[note 2]
  • Scatter Arrow
    • Now has a fixed spread pattern
  • Sonic Arrow
    • Can now stick to and move along with enemy targets and barriers
  • Dragonstrike
    • Hanzo can now turn while using Dragonstrike
  1. Developer comments: We wanted to reduce some of the more frustrating elements of Scatter Arrow while still maintaining its overall power level.
  2. Developer comments: These quality-of-life changes are intended to make some of Hanzo’s abilities work a little more intuitively.

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