Blizzard Overwatch 2 showcase presents meta shift and new cards
Blizzard s Overwatch came out in 2016 and became the basic game in the kind of hero shooting game now very competitive with the competition of paladins and some other games that have usually fallen from the radar over time. With its fun, intense and varied gameplay at each game, Overwatch has attracted many attention and now has a respectable Esport League via the Overwatch League. In 2019, Blizzard Entertainment announced that Overwatch 2 would soon arrive at the fans and would include a solo campaign as well as multiplayer mode changes, cards, heroes and other content. Developers organized a flow of two hours to present the latest updates and enhancements of Overwatch 2. Despite the introduction of maps and a major change in multiplayer, the team did not indicate the expected release date for Overwatch 2.
The biggest change, which has surprised a lot and has been a major discuss point, is that the continuation will move the PVP game modes in 5v5, which essentially means that there would be a tank, two dps and two characters of support. The excluding character has now been removed. This is a fundamental change and many are both interested and worried about how meta and gameplay will be affected. The developers indicated that the change was based on the shield mechanics of some of the available tanks and that the Char s characters would also receive a buff to remove the need for a second tank.
In addition to the major meta-change and some indices on the changes to the hero capabilities such as Mei, the team presented three new cards, including New York, Rio de Janeiro and Monte Carlo, while giving fans a better overview of Toronto, a card that was announced in 2019.
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