Overwatch 2 Unveiled With Enhanced Visuals, Cooperative PvE And Gameplay Looks Dope

Blizzard's Jeff Kaplan, a.k.a. Jeff from the Overwatch team, took the stage at BlizzCon 2019 and went over the changes coming with the sequel.

Blizzard showed off the new map type Push, revealing the symmetrical design and the marker-pushing robot that serves as Overwatch 2's ball of sorts. To stay completely up to date with all things Overwatch 2 visit the official Overwatch website. Lastly, although, the trailer started, and it was an extended and storied glimpse into Overwatch lore that started with Winston, Mei, and Tracer on a mission to Paris combating towards Null Sector, a terrorist group in sport lore. "We're looking forward to telling the next chapter of this epic story in-game, and we're excited to give players a whole-new kind of co-op experience built around progressing and customizing their favorite heroes-all while providing even more of everything they love about Overwatch today". Overwatch 2 will add a brand new hero in Sojourn, alongside a number of new heroes over the course of the sport's lifespan.

The PvE campaign is split into Story missions and Hero missions. Though, these customisations won't roll into PvP, they're strictly for use in the Story and Hero missions.

Fans will be able to customise their hero's abilities as they level up. All of the characters are getting remade artwork instructions. He also talked about Overwatch 2 offering a "shared multiplayer environment where no one gets left behind".

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It is an enormous announcement from Blizzard - the way forward for the corporate, and its esports packages, will probably run by way of Overwatch 2.

Kaplan's explanation about redefining a sequel entailed giving original players recognizable content to play with in Overwatch 2, while also introducing a lot of new stuff.

Again, there's no date just yet, but it's in development for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

  • Michelle Webb