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Overwatch 2

Season Two of Overwatch 2 has arrived on Switch, and Nintendo have shared a launch trailer to commemorate the occasion. Most notably, Season Two brings with it a new playable hero, Ramattra, as well as a new escort map.

Learn more about the game with the overview below:

Overwatch 2 Ramattra


Original (11/4): Overwatch 2 has been trucking along since its launch a few weeks ago, and Blizzard has now unveiled Ramattra as the latest hero for its shooter. The news was announced during the Overwatch League Grand Finals just a short while ago.

Blizzard notes that Ramattra began as a war machine, but “shed his munitions for a shield to protect his people by promoting peace and tranquility.” Right now the company is focusing more on his backstory rather than his playstyle, but information about the latter should be shared pretty soon.

Overwatch 2 gameplay

Overwatch 2 started to launch on Switch yesterday, and a bit of gameplay has come in. Eight minutes of footage shows the title running on Nintendo’s console.

More information can be found in the following overview:

Overwatch 2 trailer

Overwatch 2 still has a few more days to go until it’s ready for primetime, but Blizzard has already come out with a launch trailer. Fans can get a look at both gameplay and CG scenes.

Learn more about Overwatch 2 with the following overview:

Overwatch 2 no loot boxes roadmap Season One and Two

Overwatch 2 received an October 4 release date a few days ago, and Blizzard has now followed up with a bunch of additional information about the shooter. The company has passed along details regarding its free-to-play nature, the fact that there won’t be loot boxes, the roadmap, and Season One and Two.

Here’s the full rundown:

Overwatch 2 release date

Overwatch 2 has a release date, and Blizzard has revealed that it will launch on October 4, 2022 in early access. Switch owners will be happy to hear that the title is also still releasing on Nintendo’s console.

Overwatch 2 features a new five-versus-five multiplayer format with cross-platform play and cross-platform progression. Blizzard says the game’s PvP “is designed to offer incredible and fresh competitive gameplay with a new, free-to-play model and major game updates such as new heroes, hero reworks, maps, modes, and premium cosmetics.”

Overwatch 2 delayed

Posted on 1 year ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 0 comments

Overwatch 2 has been delayed, with the title now looking like it may not be ready until at least 2023.

Speaking about the move, Activision Blizzard said during an investor presentation today:

Overwatch 2

Overwatch 2 was announced a couple of years ago, and the project is slowly coming along. You may remember that when the initial reveal took place, the game was confirmed for Switch. The good news is that nothing has changed on that front, and now we have a slight update from technical director John Lafleur.

During a Reddit AMA a little while back, Lafleur commented on the Switch version of Overwatch 2. While Blizzard is “working hard to make sure all of our platforms get the best experience, even in PvE”, when it comes to Nintendo’s console, he did admit that the hardware “is a little more challenging than some, and we’ll have to make some compromises there.”

Lafleur’s full words:

Overwatch 2

Overwatch 2 was unveiled at the end of 2019, but we haven’t seen the game since then. Blizzard finally provided a substantial update during BlizzConline today.

The team at Blizzard published a lengthy behind the scenes video that dives into the development process and gives players a sneak peek at the game. We’ve included it below.

Overwatch 2

Game Informer has posted a new video with Overwatch 2 lead writer Michael Chu. Below, Chu explains the setting of the story experience and the philosophy of the writing team as they head into untested waters with fan-favorite characters.

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