Overwatch League season two has begun and all the new features of the All Access Pass are available -- but is it worth it this year?
Overwatch League returns for Season 2 tonight at 6 p.m.
A pile of Overwatch League teams, players, and popular Twitch streamers are going to compete against each other starting this weekend in the Community Countdown event.
Overwatch League is coming back for Season 2 in just a few weeks, and the teams are in full-blown hype mode.
We already covered that players are now able to get both the Home and Away Overwatch League skins and will be able to do so for the new teams as soon as they are available, and that's pretty rad.
So, if you love watching the Overwatch League but feel like the Away skins that teams wear when playing on another team's home turf are cleaner and work better -- and I admit, there's something elegant about the white look with the accents of the team colors that I really like -- you'll be pleased to know that they're now available in Overwatch. The new skins have been added to the various team skins already in game, so if you've already bought, as an example, the Boston Uprising skins, you don't have to do anything else.
All of the Overwatch League away skins are coming to owners of the home skins in the next major patch!
Before the final bracket of the Overwatch World Cup began at BlizzCon 2018 conventional wisdom said the winner of the semi-final -- which would assuredly be between Team USA and Team South Korea -- would win the whole shebang.
The true competition having concluded, this weekend's Overwatch League All-Star event was all about fun, with one shining moment as Mickie won the first Dennis Hawelka award.
The playoffs are heating up, so the Overwatch League social media teams are in overdrive, creating new content for fans to disseminate to cheer for their favorite teams.