Contrary to what the name might imply, Overwatch 2 functions as less of a true sequel to the original Overwatch, and more of a universal expansion not unlike Riot Games' recent rollout for the 10th Anniversary of League of Legends.
Kaplan also made a point of emphasizing that Overwatch 2 is not neglecting PvP mode or original Overwatch players. These missions force players to defend cities against robot invasions, take on elite Talon agents, and battle various other "villainous forces". To expand on the story of the heroes, there will also be hero missions that players can partake in and upgrade their favorite characters. Players will face off against a multitude of enemies and will be able to level up their heroes and customize their abilities.
Blizzard has finally announced Overwatch 2, the next iteration of the developer's massively popular first-person hero shooter.
So what does Overwatch 2 have to offer?
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If the contents of the trailer didn't already tip you off, Blizzard confirmed that Overwatch 2 will feature a cooperative PvE story mode.
Blizzard Entertainment has announced Overwatch 2 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. Jeff Kaplan called it "a shared multiplayer environment where no one gets left behind". Among the new heroes are the previously-teased Echo and the brand new hero Sojourn. As the game aged, players received more dynamic PvE events, like April 2017's "Uprising". That means you'll keep your skins, player icons, sprays, emotes, and more!
The announcement came along with a new cinematic trailer that picked up Overwatch's story following Winston's recall.