Overwatch 2 developers talked about plans to develop the game

Overwatch 2 developers talked about plans to develop the game and announced the cancellation of loot boxes

As promised, on June 16th, publisher and developer Blizzard Entertainment issued Special broadcast in which he shared new details of his shareware team shooter Overwatch 2.

    Image Credit: Blizzard Entertainment

Image Credit: Blizzard Entertainment

Remember, Overwatch 2 Early Access and Season 1 begins October 4th this year on PC (Battle.net), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and Nintendo Switch. The developers promised continuous development and constant support.

New content for Overwatch 2 is released every nine weeks in the form of seasonal updates featuring additional heroes, maps, modes, skins (including mythical ones), and a Battle Pass (which replaces loot boxes).

    New heroes for Overwatch 2 are released every two seasons

Overwatch 2 developers promise cross-platform progress

Season 1 (starting October 4th) brings three characters (Sojorn, Vulture Queen, Support), a new mode, 6 maps, 30+ regular skins, and a Mythic and Battle Pass.

Season 2 (December 6th) includes a Tank Hero, a new map, a Battle Pass, over 30 normal skins and a Mythic skin. In 2023 the game is waiting for a PvE mode and even more characters, locations, modes and cosmetic items.

Among other things, the authors showed Vulture Queen Backstory Trailer and you short filmand also revealed that the upcoming beta will feature an Onslaught mode and four maps (New York, Rome, Monte Carlo and Rio).

Remember that the next phase of the Overwatch 2 closed beta test begins on June 28th and will take place not only on Battle.net, but also on the PlayStation and Xbox consoles. Sign up voluntarily available on the game website.

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