Jon Spector, Vice President and Commercial Director of Overwatch Franchise commented the likelihood of a third public test of shareware team shooter Overwatch 2.
According to Spector, the team is testing Overwatch 2 alone on a daily basis, but as of this writing, despite the community’s interest in the third “beta,” they have no intention of doing more public testing.
“Thanks to the valuable feedback from our alpha and two public beta tests, we can focus on releasing the best game possible on October 4th.”Spector insured.
Keep in mind that Overwatch 2 will bring some significant changes compared to the first part: the transition to the 5v5 format, a change in the distribution and monetization model, the processing of many old heroes and the addition of new ones.
With the launch of Early Access on October 4th, Overwatch 2 aims to be a full replacement for the original Overwatch. The sequel will be available on PC (Battle.net), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and Nintendo Switch.