Overwatch 2 trailers, gameplay, characters and roadmap

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Overwatch 2, the sequel to Blizzard’s enormously popular team-based shooter, was first announced back at BlizzCon 2019, and updates on what to expect from the new era of Overwatch were thin on the ground for a long while. But, since then, Blizzard’s been dropping some big details on the game. 

We now know that Overwatch 2’s PvP component will be free-to-play and will release in early access this October, with PvE coming sometime in 2022. Blizzard has promised that each PvP season (each of which will last nine weeks) will introduce free seasonal updates, while every other PVP season will introduce a new hero. What’s more, each individual season will have its own battle pass. That’s right, loot boxes are gone.

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