Blizzard Entertainment at the request of the portal GamesRadar commented on players’ concerns about potential pricing for premium content in shareware team shooter Overwatch 2.
Keep in mind that in a recent poll, Blizzard asked Overwatch 2 players how likely they are to pay $45 for a Mythic skin and $25 for a Legendary, $10 for a weapon ornament, and Pay $5 for three sprays.
According to a Blizzard spokesperson, the values presented in the survey were randomly generated for each user and do not reflect the final pricing policy of the Overwatch 2 in-game store.
Keep in mind that in moving Overwatch 2 to a shareware distribution model, Blizzard abandoned loot boxes in favor of a Battle Pass. The developers will share their details and details of the shop shortly before launch.
Overwatch 2 Early Access and debut season launches October 4th on PC (Battle.net), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and Nintendo Switch. Blizzard does not intend to conduct a third public “beta” of the game.