Last month we talked about many of the different factions within the Overwatch universe that are looking to butt heads in Overwatch 2.
As we close out 2019, we look forward to 2020, where we're certain to learn more about Blizzard's plans for Overwatch 2.
Overwatch 2 is coming, though we don't know exactly when.
If, "all the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players," as the Bard says, in the world of Overwatch those players are the various heroes that we play.
I mean, we've spent the entirety of Overwatch getting to the point where there is an Overwatch to actually appear in the game named after them.
Whenever we talk about Overwatch patch notes or metas, there's another way to look at these mechanical tweaks.
Despite Overwatch 2 carrying the number of a sequel, a majority of the stuff included in it is available right now.
Rio de Janeiro and Toronto are new maps in Overwatch 2, but there may be some unannounced maps in the gameplay trailer too
Overwatch 2 promises a lot of things, but top of the list for some players will be the new locations we'll go to on new, exciting maps.
The next hero to join the Overwatch's universe, Sojourn, has surprisingly little story for how much fans of the game want her to be released and playable.
This BlizzCon has been packed chock full of great announcements and cool panels to go with them.