MEKA Mobile Exoskeleton

Mobile Exoskeletal Korean Army aka MEKA
Published: by Renier Delport
Collection(s): Exosuits, Games
Credits: Image probably belongs to Blizzard Entertainment

The Mobile Exoskeleton, or ‘Mobile Exoskeletal Korean Army’ aka MEKA as it say on the side, is an agile, fighting, futuristic mech from Blizzard‘s 2016 first person shooter game, Overwatch.

In the game, the MEKA is presented as a vibrant mech used by the young female character, D.Va (@CharletChung), to fight the forces of evil.

Although the game version of the mech is really difficult not to spot and (by default) comes in a very feminine pink version, this generation of MEKAs was developed by the South Korean government to fight off a “colossal omnic monstrosity” which terrorised their coastal cities from time to time.

The MEKAs come equipped with two fusion cannons, boosters and an attacking defense matrix/targeting array.

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Renier finds himself busy with creative web design and his websites, motorcycling, photoshopping, micro electronics, non-commercialised music, superhero movies, badass series and many other things that are not interesting to most people.