On the official site, the Blizzard revealed some for the moves that Moira can take advantage of, as outlined below.
At BlizzCon 2017, Blizzard unveiled Overwatch's next map, hero, and a new animated short. A quick trailer shows what she brings to the table in battle. Her left hand expels biotic energy that can heal her allies, while her right hand shoots out energy that can damage enemies.
She's got to balance these, though: using the healing attack, she expends energy, which is then replenished with her damaging attack, which also heals Moira.More news: The 8 biggest PS4 game trailers from Paris Games Week
At BlizzCon, it was also announced that Moira is a two-star difficulty hero, making her notably more challenging to play than the current support fan favorite Mercy. "Biotic Grasp" is her new short-range healing and damage ability, while "Biotic Orbs" reach longer-ranges via a throwable gadget.
The new Overwatch character also has a number of interesting abilities to augment her mysterious history.
On top of Moira's announcement, we get another real treat, in the form of "Honor and Glory, " a brand new animated short starring Reinhardt, and showing a glimpse on his past.More news: Trump Tweets Feelings About Russia Investigation
Coalescence- Moira channels a long-range beam that both heals allies and bypasses barriers to damage her enemies.
The other piece of Overwatch news from the opening ceremony is a new themepark styled map called Blizzard World which features all their major franchises in one location. Blizzard World will be a hybrid map, meaning that the first part of the map will be capture point, and after the first point has been captured, will evolve into a payload map.More news: Australian court disqualifies Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce over citizenship