Closed alpha testing for PvP in Overwatch 2 begins today in select regions and includes Blizzard staff, Overwatch League experts, and a few other select groups to help prepare for extensive testing. than.
Then in late April, the first PvP beta will be available for PC in select regions. This closed beta will include a larger group of testers, who will be asked to provide feedback on the game. The goal for this phase is to test new features, content, and systems before moving on to stress testing servers with a broader player base in future tests.
The first PvP beta will include 5v5, the new hero Sojourn, four new maps, a new Push mode, a hero remake, and a new Ping system.
Those interested can sign up to claim access to Overwatch 2 PvP Beta 1 now on the game’s official website. Players will be given access in stages, and more will be added with upcoming beta phases.
Along with beta testing, Blizzard also announced that they will be changing their release strategy with the game by separating the PvP and PvE experiences from each other. This will get you new PvP content sooner, while the team continues to work in PvE.
Overwatch 2 was announced at BlizzCon 2019, where it was revealed that all cosmetics and progressions from the original game will be carried forward to the player. The game will feature a new game mode called Push, set in Toronto, more PvE and story content with promised story missions, and all 31 heroes, plus much more , is being updated interface.
The game will feature the hero Sojourn and many new heroes. Overwatch 1 and 2 players can play together in a shared PvP multiplayer environment as Blizzard promised the sequel that “no one will be left behind.”
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