Observation 2 It is a long term project. Fans are looking forward to getting the game right, but it will take a long time to get out. Processing updates will also be rare, so fans should limit their expectations. However, it will be possible to try it Beta? And if so, will it be a closed beta or open beta?
Jeff Kaplan, Director of Overwatch 2, gave an interview to IGN and said that although Blizzard cannot promise to release frequent updates, he will be more regular moving forward. There may also be ‘interesting things’ he can talk about in March or April. But for now Blizzard feels unable to determine if there will be a beta version and if it will open or close.
Kaplan said, however, that given the current situation, it seems impossible to imagine that there will be no beta of Overwatch 2 at some point, but he does not want to commit to that for now.
Therefore, for the time being, Overwatch 2 is not making promises. Of course it’s a good way to not unnecessarily raise fans’ expectations, but players definitely won’t want to know that there is still a lot of uncertainty. But we know that Rome and New York will inspire two new maps, here’s the video from BlizzCon 2021.
Finally, we’re pointing out that Metallica’s performance was censored by Twitch, and the result is comic.