The long-anticipated sequel to Overwatch will be released later this year, as revealed by Activision Blizzard.
Overwatch has planned a charity event next month to benefit the LGBTQIA+ community, and the game will be co-hosted by Twitch Rivals.
On April 26, 2022, the Overwatch 2 beta commenced, and not long after it began, Blizzard’s new team-based (FPS) first-person shooter broke the game’s initial iteration viewership record on Twitch.
Blizzard Entertainment, the makers of the Overwatch series, have announced that the Overwatch 2 beta access will be live on April 27.
The 2022 Overwatch season (season 5) is drawing closer, and the league has announced a rather interesting feature, co-streaming, aimed at improving inclusivity for fans.
Overwatch 2 is finally on the horizon, despite no official release date for the Blizzard Games first-person shooter. The sequel was announced on November 1 during BlizzCon 2019.