Now you can play Overwatch 2


After much talk and a lot of workshop, it’s finally time – Overwatch 2 is here.

With three brand new heroes, ensembled has increased to a total of 35 heroes. Players can experience six new maps, the new game mode Push, as well as an updated competitive game mode. With more.

A new season pass lets you play few new things in-game, which includes new heroes that appear periodically, through gameplay.

Overwatch 2 is now available for free to play on PC, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Overwatch 2 will receive a significant amount of seasonal updates in the form of new heroes, maps, game modes, cosmetics, and much more.

Three new heroes

Log in today to play with the former secret support hero Kiriko. Along with the tank Junker Queen and the DPS Sojourn are the three women who will change the game plan. And with a new era coming, some new decorations are in order too. Also released today are updated skins for all heroes, a number of reworks of abilities, a new 5v5 format, a new ping system. In addition to everything mentioned before, we also get updated graphics and sound engine. Then we shouldn’t forget the 40,000 new replicas.

No loot box system

Buy a pulley, because suddenly it happens. With Overwatch 2 we get a new shop that replaces the old slot system, a free battle pass for all players and a Premium Battle Pass for sale.

However, we have not escaped microtransactions. If you want a Premium Battle Pass, it costs 1000 OC (Overwatch Coins), where 10 coins equals about one kroner. The pass therefore costs around SEK 110.

Season one

In the first season, the theme is cyberpunk, which provides a lot of goodies for both free and priced battle passes. Skins, emotes, victory poses, highlight intros, player icons, weapon charms, sprays, voice lines and more. With a Premium Battle Pass, players also get one Mythical skin – the first of its kind. Genji is the lucky one.

With season two, players will get a new tank (yet to be announced) and a new map. A season lasts for nine weeks, before the next unique theme and season takes over. If you are familiar with Destiny 2 do you know how it works.

However, development is still going strong and the long-awaited PvE mode is still in production. According to the plan, it will roll out sometime next year.