Overwatch 2, announced at BlizzCon 2019, will be adding a new gameplay mode to its spread of PVP map types.
Overwatch's holiday-themed maps might be available all year-round soon, according to Game Director Jeff Kaplan.
For the last two or so weeks (roughly since the Storm Rising update), there's been something strange happening in Overwatch's competitive mode.
From the Korean Overwatch Fan Festival, Jeff Kaplan gave an announcement that we'd be getting a new map, set in a futuristic version of the Korean city of Busan.
Today's Overwatch patch didn't add much new content, but it revamped two things which have been a big problem for a while: Symmetra and the Horizon Lunar Colony map.
Looks like the cat is out of the bag -- or more accurately, the gorilla's out of the research facility.
Update: We originally published just for our supporters, but with the release of the Thailand-based Ayutthaya map, we wanted to revisit the maps we'd still like to see.
Update: Blizzard World is live!
When Jeff "Jeff from the Overwatch team" Kaplan started waxing lyrical about California during the opening ceremony at BlizzCon 2017, I wasn't quite sure where he was going with it.
Overwatch has had an explosive first year -- over 30 million players have jumped into the fray since its release.