As much as it'd probably be funny to imagine Michael Chu dying inside while the higher ups force him to write the thing the fanbase actually likes, everything that involves actual writing from Overwatch has been shit at best, where they think shoveling bad things and trauma in a characters' plate is an interesting development/backstory and have done fuck-all with the setting.
At this point I'm more content with the sort of ethereal "here are two characters you know about, in a video game you put a few hours in, doing gay stuff, cuddling or whatever."
Emily was never as fulfilling as Amelie. I would've rather had more comics of Widowmaker and Tracer having violent showdowns and antagonistic exchanges than Tracer being gay with her own Moneypenny at home while she goes off shooting Korean teenagers in Egypt, or Pharah and Mercy being gay or whatever.
We've talked to death about how inconsistent they've been with Widowmaker, how every aspect of what makes her Widowmaker, is retooled and retconned as needed for whatever is going on, whether it be for a goofy in-game verbal exchange or some going-ons in a comic.
Imagine Tracer tracking Widowmaker in France, as she's leaving her husband's grave. Tracer can't comprehend how nonchalant Widow can be about committing heinous acts like assassinating a religious leader. Now imagine, Tracer has to reconcile her perception of Widowmaker, what she may or may not know about Amelie, and her witnessing a more human and vulnerable Widowmaker, and how she proceeds with this. The yuri fryers are revved up. Nothing they make will live up to what you're imagining.
It's the uncanny valley of yuri. Things are better when you have gaps to work with, like Touhou. Sure, it means we get lots of Pharah/Mercy working at Starbucks and singing Bruno Mars songs because your average tumblr girl won't know any classic rock songs outside of Journey, but you gotta take the bitter with the sweet.TF2 #7 when?