We’ve been hearing about Overwatch 2 since 2019, but nearly three years later, the game still hasn't been released. Through tumultuous development and terrible company-culture news out of Activision Blizzard, the Overwatch 2 development team has continued working on the game.
As revealed on Sunday, the competitive multiplayer component will launch into early access on October 4. Today, Blizzard gave fans an additional glimpse of what to expect when this highly anticipated shooter sequel launches.
We also hopped on a call with the Overwatch 2 team to learn more about what this news means for players. On October 4, when Overwatch 2’s PvP experience launches, players can transition from the original game to Overwatch 2.
Overwatch 2 may look familiar, but it makes fundamental changes from the first game, most notably the change from 6v6 to 5v5 matches, essentially flipping the meta on its head and placing a greater emphasis on the sole tank on each team.Read more on gameinformer.com