We thought that the final Overwatch Anniversary Remix event would be the final opportunity to spend in-game money on cosmetics, but Blizzard is opening up the vault one last time for the Overwatch Credits Last Chance Event from September 13 through October 2.
Rather than continue the loot box system from the original Overwatch, Overwatch 2's main system of getting new skins, sprays, voice lines -- and now, Heroes -- will be a Battle Pass.
The upcoming arrival of Overwatch 2 has given Blizzard the chance to revisit many aspects of its approach to the team shooter.
Kiriko is a new support hero coming to Overwatch 2, inspired heavily by the nine-tailed kitsune from Japanese folklore.
As Blizzard prepares to launch Overwatch 2 won't have loot boxes, and as Blizzard prepares for the game to launch on October 4, some changes need to be made to the current game to help ease the transition to a world without loot boxes.
Last year, Overwatch got a limited form of cross-play, which let you play the game with friends on other platforms (with a host of limitations) — but now the game's cross-platform features are getting a boost with cross-progression.
Tank players have a lot of change coming when Overwatch 2 officially launches, and one of the best changes is the addition of the new hero, Junker Queen.
Even though we now know Overwatch 2's PVP mode is launching on October 4, the beta test is still a hot ticket. The next round of PVP beta testing started today, June 28, 2022, but you'll still have to sign up to have the opportunity to jump in to the game early.
New content has been scarce in Overwatch 1, so Overwatch 2 is coming out of the gate with big promises for a steady schedule of content releases.
We've been waiting for it for a very long time, but now we finally know: Overwatch 2 releases on October 4, just a few months away.