Overwatch 2 stands to be a significant upgrade over its predecessor, but which heroes are in most need of a rework?
It’s probably three years too late, but Overwatch fans now finally have a much firmer and harsher penalty for leavers and quitters in Competitive Play.
It’s been a long time between drinks, but we may be set for some new Overwatch 2 if the latest tease is anything to go by.
It didn’t take long before Blizzard buckled to the pressure: Roadhog has been nerfed back down to the ground in Overwatch following a sudden thrust back into the meta spotlight.
Season 24 of Overwatch Competitive Play stands to be the most frustrating and divisive in the game’s history. Here’s what you need to know.
Blizzard could be set to unveil Overwatch 2 for the first time in more than a year at Blizzcon 2021, with rumours pointing to a beta and perhaps even a full release.
Let’s take a look at some hopes, dreams, features, changes and improvements I hope to see in Overwatch 2.
Moira and Support mains should prepare themselves for a significant change coming to Overwatch’s Experimental Mode, with the latest patch notes unearthing a staggering change to the popular Support hero’s kit.
There’s a new meta in town in Overwatch, and it’s shaking up things considerably. The latest patch brought with it a distinctive focus on ridding the competitive scene of shields, in particularly a double-shield team comp. That means the likes of Orisa and Sigma have been met by the Nerf fairy.
Overwatch 2 has had somewhat of a rocky history since its first unveiling at Blizzcon 2019 almost a year ago. Gameplay trailers and previews painted a heightened focus on PvE alongside the game’s traditional PvP offerings, but everything about what was on offer screamed “expansion” more than “sequel”. Recent reports of key writers leaving Blizzard, …